The Library Journal two days ago informed about an interesting patent granted to the Social Network ResearchGate: „ResearchGate Granted U.S. Patent 10,282,424: ‚Linking Documents Using Citations‘„. The abstract describes the patent as follows…
„Aspects of the present disclosure relate to linking documents using citations. A server accesses a stored document in a data repository. The server determines a set of candidate citing documents that cite the stored document. The server obtains, for each candidate citing document from the set, first information representing an impact of the candidate citing document taken as a whole and second information representing a citation context within the candidate citing document. The server determines a subset of citing documents, from the set of candidate citing documents, based on the obtained first information and the obtained second information. The server provides a digital transmission of the stored document, including visible indicia of the subset of citing documents, for display at a client device.“
Sounds to me like automated citation analysis enriched with semantic intelligence.
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