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Porphyry 2001: Semantics for Scholarly Publications Retrieval

Abstract : We describe the design and algorithms of Porphyry 2001, a scholarly publication retrieval system. This system is intended to meet library user studies which advocate human interpretation and social interactions. The metaphors we used are annotations and publication (making public). We first discuss about different philosophical approaches to semantics and choose the more suited to scholarly work: the one considering a transitory, hypothetical and polemical knowledge construction. Then we propose an overview of Porphyry 2001: an hypertext system based on a dynamic structure of user annotations. The visualization and evolution of the structure (a dynamic directed acyclic graph) is made more efficient by the use of an ad hoc browsing algorithm.
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Aurélien Bénel, Sylvie Calabretto, Andrea Iacovella, Jean-Marie Pinon. Porphyry 2001: Semantics for Scholarly Publications Retrieval. ISMIS 2002: Foundations of Intelligent Systems, 2366, Springer, pp.351-361, 2002, Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, ⟨10.1007/3-540-48050-1_39⟩. ⟨hal-02363472⟩



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