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Automated Hypothesis Generation Based on Mining Scientific Literature
September 25, 2014
6:47 am
feroliver
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Hi everyone,

I would like to share this paper that for me was very interesting: KnIT system.pdf

It is about a new system that IBM is developing to help scientist.

From the abstract " Keeping up with the ever-expanding flow of data and publications is untenable and poses a fundamental bottleneck to scientific progress. Current search technologies typically find many relevant documents, but they do not extract and organize the information content of these documents or suggest new scientific hypotheses based on this organized content. We present an initial case study on KnIT, a prototype system that mines the information contained in the scientific literature, represents it explicitly in a queriable network, and then further reasons upon these data to generate novel and experimentally testable hypotheses." 

 

I hope will be of interest.

Saludos para todos!

Fernando

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