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Knowledge Organization at the Interface
The Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL) currently hosts more than 150 thousand titles, and 57 million OCRscanned pages on biodiversity literature dating back to the 16th century. While great research efforts have been conducted to extract taxonomic names in BHL's literature the issue of name reconciliation has yet to be studied. Through the use case of Theobroma cacao, commonly known as chocolate plants, this research aims at presenting a framework to reconcile species names in BHL by mergingdoi:10.5771/9783956507762-88 fatcat:exzpq3fupjhbzolpjzyujm6oga