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NoSQL technologies from an STM publishing perspective
 

NoSQL technologies from an STM publishing perspective

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The disruption of traditional scholarly publishing by the Internet is leading to a host of changes in the requirements, standards and workflows for content acquisition, production and management ...

The disruption of traditional scholarly publishing by the Internet is leading to a host of changes in the requirements, standards and workflows for content acquisition, production and management technologies in use by scientific, medical and technical (STM) publishers in the 2010's. This presentation will discuss how NoSQL technologies impact these changes by offering a range of solutions that enabling the development of next-generation systems for scholarly publishing. A taxonomy of use cases in STM content management will be presented with a mapping into current NoSQL solution categories, and specific reference made to three key areas of relevance to publishing: support in NoSQL stores for search, semantic enhancement of content, and text analytics. The discussion will be illustrated with work in this area currently underway at Elsevier.

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