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April 1, 2014  |  By and

Science_Editor_Article_SmallUsing Semantic Enrichment to Improve Your User Experience and Your Bottom Line

Originally published in Science Editor, Spring 2014

Scholarly publishers – especially those in the STM fields – are increasingly enriching their content with an array of metadata with the aim of ensuring that content is distributed broadly, adaptable for multiple purposes, and rendered interoperable with other relevant content. The options available continue to grow, and the value added to content grows as well. Semantic enrichment is an additional class of metadata that further improves the utility, discovery, and interoperability of content.


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