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Re: quick update on biblio curation / tagging

From: Yolanda Gil <gil@isi.edu>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 2010 12:54:45 -0700
Cc: "<public-xg-prov@w3.org>" <public-xg-prov@w3.org>
Message-Id: <78138553-9EAC-41B6-B427-2C6515EF4E3A@isi.edu>
To: pmissier@acm.org
Hi Paolo:

Thanks for your reminder message, and for cleaning things up!

To drive the process, I thought I would look at the scenarios and  
point out the most pressing tagging needs.  Each scenario is linked to  
citations we have in the 30+ use cases that we collected and that  
inspired it.  I had previously compiled the related work that was  
cited in the use cases [1], so this message does some proactive  
prompting and tasking for biblio tagging.

For the News Aggregator scenario:

- there is only one paper referenced, I contributed the use case so I  
will do it.
- there are no other papers cited in the use cases,
- for the use cases that led to this scenario there are many pointers  
to existing technologies.  This brings up a good point: do we add  
their URLs to Mendeley or deal with them separately?  It seems it  
would be nicer to handle them and tag them the same way, but I don't  
know if Mendeley will support that.

For the Disease Outbreak scenario:

- there are papers cited by use cases contributed by Satya, Luc,  
Simon, Paolo, and James.  Would you please tag the papers that you  
brought up?

For the Business Contract scenario:

- papers cited or mentioned by Jim, James, Kai, and Olaf.  Would you  
please tag those?

There are other papers mentioned in [2] that were brought up in use  
cases by Olaf, Paolo, Jun, Irini, Aleksey, and myself.  Again, let's  
at least tag all these papers, particularly to scenarios if we can do  
that.

I would suggest that we all get more tagging done and that on the  
Friday telecon we start querying the collection for each scenario to  
see what obvious citations and tags may be missing.  Paolo: to  
facilitate this, is there a way to put a link a query URL for Mendeley  
to the wiki page for each scenario?  My goal is to move towards a  
point where we can start to see the gaps and the relevant prior work  
for each scenario through a few simple queries to Mendeley.

Happy tagging!

Yolanda


[1] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/prov/wiki/Related_Work_Across_Scenarios
[2] http://www.w3.org/2005/Incubator/prov/wiki/Related_Work_Across_Scenarios#Related_Work_from_Other_Use_Cases





On Jul 14, 2010, at 7:36 AM, Paolo Missier wrote:

> Hi,
> I have been trying to clean up the public Mendeleay collection and  
> here is the situation:
>
> - I merged the shared collection with the public collection. the  
> shared collection is now gone
> - I reviewed 66 entries that had evidently been imported  
> automatically. Some of them were junk, some were duplicates, but  
> quite a few were good entries after cleaning
>
> - initially we had 87 "approved" entries. After adding the cleaned  
> upo entries and removing the dups, we now have 110 entries that are  
> "ok" for citation, although not perfect.
>  they are here: http://www.mendeley.com/research-papers/collections/418902/prov-xg-public-bibliography/
>  The authors on this list are invited to edit their own paper  
> entries!!  please take a look and find yourself :-)
>
> note: this does not include the recent IPAW procs, which are still  
> in the making.
>
> - Tagging: only 24 entries have been tagged. 76 to go.
>  I plotted the current distribution of tags usage here: http://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0Ak69UO5fDWWpdDFsZ1J5dFQ2YmNXc3g4Rm1yMHVKblE&hl=en&authkey=CKH5zZ0K
>  (hopefully the link is visible)
> please contribute!!
>
> thanks  and regards, -Paolo
>
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