Welcome to the
OpCit project working
results site. The purpose of this site is to demonstrate the latest results
of open citation analysis and reference linking
being performed using data from papers in the arXiv.org physics archives.
This site is for project
evaluation only. It is not part of the arXiv service,
although we are working with arXiv developers to find a way in which
the Opcit citation and reference linking data can be added to the service, or in which arXiv users can be linked to our service.
V. 2.1 Citation and Reference Linking: second evaluation demonstrator (March 2002)
(Almost) the whole archive - linked! With reference links and citation analysis. The Opcit project links
each of the 150,000+ papers in the arXiv physics archives to every other
paper in the archives that it cites. Also - this is the clever part - discover what other papers cite a chosen paper.
Due to changes in the management of the underlying databases, V. 2.1 is a more robust and reliable version of the V. 2.0 Citation and Reference Linking demo, originally announced in August 2001.
Superseded and no longer fully operational, but still illustrates the principles of the original approach to reference linking used by the project.
We are grateful to our
colleagues at arXiv.org, and the maintainers of the arXiv
mirror at Southampton University, for permission to use their services
in this project.
Papers from arXiv are converted to PDF for this demonstrator? Find out how and why.
This page is produced and maintained by
Zhuoan Jiao and
for the Open Citation project
OpCit Project Working
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