Speaker Alex Wade
Affiliation Microsoft Research
Host Scarlet Schwiderski-Grosche
Date recorded 4 July 2012
Microsoft Academic Search is a free service developed by Microsoft Research to help students and researchers quickly and easily find academic content, researchers, institutions, and activities. Academic Search indexes millions of academic papers from publishers, repositories, and the web, and surfaces key relationships between and among subjects, content, and authors in a manner that highlights the critical links that help define scientific research. This talk will cover the confluence of machine learning, entity extraction, and information retrieval research from our various Microsoft Academic Search indexes and integrates repository content, authors, and institutional level information; and the underlying composite data may be utilized by repositories and other applications via an application programming interface (API)
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