[uf-discuss] hCite nesting
jeff at jeffmcneill.com
Wed Oct 17 03:32:19 PDT 2007
Take for example CiteSeer, a collection of the metadata for 767,558
documents. An example metadata page has a number of bibliographies
embedded in it, including:
[A] Documents which cite the current document
[B] Documents which share citations with the current document
[C] Documents which are similar based on textual content
[D] Other documents which are being cited by those citing this
current document (A)
[E] Citations from the current document, and
[F] Documents from the same site as the current document
Note that these metadata pages also have ratings (1-5 stars),
summaries, bibTeX entries, and citation statistics.
On the ACM website, a given article has a link to 'find similar
articles', which is in essence an annotated bibliography.
It seems that rel (rev being deprecated), with a bit of semantics,
could distinguish the various kinds and instances of citation in a
given document. There seem to be the following:
[i] works cited
[ii] works citing
[iii] works sharing citation
[iv] works otherwise akin (non-reference-based)
In the case of [D] above, we have a nested relationship of [ii]:[i],
namely the works cited from those works citing this one.
On 10/14/07, Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis <bhawkeslewis at googlemail.com> wrote:
> Jeff McNeill wrote:
> > Question: is there a set of semantic
> > containers that could identify a bibliography within a given document,
> > as well as a collection of bibliographies across documents?
> What's wrong with...
> <ul class="bibliography"></a>
> <link href="foobar" rel="bibliography"> (from each document in the
> Benjamin Hawkes-Lewis
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