Leveraging Semantic Fingerprinting for Building Author Networks

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With the rise of ORCID and other universal databases of researchers and institutions, it is increasingly crucial for publishers to sort out their own data containing named entities.

The following Data Harmony User Group meeting (DHUG) 2014 talk, presented by Bob Kasenchak, a Project Manager at Access Innovations, Inc., details the company’s approach to named entity disambiguation (NED), which includes a taxonomy-based solution in addition to algorithmic processes. This presentation includes a case study.

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