Springer Science+Business Media and TEMIS, a semantic content enrichment company, have extended their strategic collaboration on semantic enrichment and linking of content for the SpringerLink platform.
Springer and TEMIS have long collaborated on facilitating information access on the SpringerLink portal by offering navigational tools to customers searching for the scientific content most relevant to their topics of interest. TEMIS’ Luxid Content Enrichment Platform leverages a combination of linguistic and statistical methods to calculate semantic relatedness among the millions of publications accessible on SpringerLink. The approach enables the automatic recommendation for each available article or book chapter of a selection of highly relevant, semantically related documents, without requiring specific editorial efforts, according to the companies.
They add that the goal of the recent extension of the partnership is to link not only documents to each other, but also to concepts originating from structured domain-specific vocabularies and to key topics derived from the documents’ content.