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Cameron, R. D. (1997). A Universal Citation Database. First Monday, 2(4). doi:10.5210/fm.v2i4.522
Shotton, D. (2013). Publishing: Open citations. Nature, 502(7471), 295–297. doi:10.1038/502295a
Identifiers from ORCID, DOI, and ISSN, services from CrossRef
... and a large number of third-party databases build on these identifiers
NCBI manages their own identifiers...
Markup for display
Markup for archiving
JATS XML can be redisplayed in interesting ways
Articles extracted from BHL should be archived (e.g., PubMed Central)
Do we need markup?
Just need to extract entities and assertions
Questions are paths in the knowledge graph
Markup for citation linking
Easy markup use cases
archive of articles
What do I want?
extract named entities, identifiers, localities
extract relationships (e.g., these names are synonyms)
in other words, extract edges in the knowledge graph
Do we need markup, or is indexing good enough?
Markup for archiving, or better still, for version controlled editing
Does markup generate knowledge?
If so, what have we learnt to date from marked up literature?
Who builds the knowledge graph?