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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
The increasing availability of repositories of peer-reviewed scientific literature, like Scopus and WOS, and the growth of Open Access data providers and specialized search engines offer to the users a huge amount of data, which is often difficult to connect and aggregate in sharable formats. Furthermore the deriving bibliographic metadata represent an interesting resource for research evaluation and for highlighting the groups and the progress in specific areas. In order to build reasoneddoi:10.1007/978-3-030-01379-0_6 fatcat:3bngpfyxf5ff5hn6frtyhddkzm