CiteSeerX & ChemXSeer: Lessons for Cyber-infrastructure and Web

author: Lee Giles, Pennsylvania State University
published: Dec. 4, 2007,   recorded: September 2007,   views: 4181


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E-science or cyberinfrastructure have become crucial for scientific progress and open source systems have greatly facilitated design and implementation. CiteSeer, a search engine and digital library for academic documents in computer and information science, was one of the first cyberinfrastructure projects to show the promise of improved search and access for scientific information. For chemistry we propose the ChemXSeer (funded by NSF Chemistry) architecture, a portal for academic researchers in environmental chemistry, which integrates the scientific literature and search with experimental, analytical and simulation datasets.

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