Jennifer D’Souza, a Postdoctoral Researcher at the TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology in the R&D Department, will present "Semantic Publishing of Scientific Contributions in the Open Research Knowledge Graph."
Jennifer D’Souza is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the TIB Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology in the R&D Department. Her research interests mainly include developing supervised machine learning techniques for natural language processing to facilitate text mining and automated information extraction. Her current primary research theme is knowledge graph construction from scientific text by NLP methods. Aside from this, she is also interested in scientometrics.
The transfer of knowledge has not changed fundamentally for many hundreds of years: It is usually document-based-formerly printed on paper as a classic essay and nowadays as PDF. With around 2.5 million new research contributions every year, researchers drown in a flood of pseudo-digitized PDF publications. As a result research is seriously weakened. In this article, we argue for representing scholarly contributions in a structured and semantic way as a knowledge graph. The advantage is that information represented in a knowledge graph is readable by machines and humans. As an example, we give an overview on the Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG), a service implementing this approach. For creating the knowledge graph representation, we rely on a mixture of manual (crowd/expert sourcing) and (semi-)automated techniques. Only with such a combination of human and machine intelligence, we can achieve the required quality of the representation to allow for novel exploration and assistance services for researchers. As a result, a scholarly knowledge graph such as the ORKG can be used to give a condensed overview on the state-of-the-art addressing a particular research quest, for example as a tabular comparison of contributions according to various characteristics of the approaches. Further possible intuitive access interfaces to such scholarly knowledge graphs include domain-specific (chart) visualizations or answering of natural language questions.
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This event is sponsored by Center for Informatics Research in Science and Scholarship