History[ edit ] CiteSeer and CiteSeer. CiteSeer's goal was to actively crawl and harvest academic and scientific documents on the web and use autonomous citation indexing to permit querying by citation or by document, ranking them by citation impact. At one point, it was called ResearchIndex.
History[ edit ] CiteSeer and CiteSeer. At one point, it was called ResearchIndex. CiteSeer became public in and had many new features unavailable in academic search engines at that time.
Autonomous Citation Indexing automatically created a citation index that can be used for literature search and evaluation. Citation statistics and related documents were computed for all articles cited in the database, not just the indexed articles.
Reference linking allowing browsing of the database using citation links. Citation context showed the context of citations to a given paper, allowing a researcher to quickly and easily see what other researchers have to say about an article of interest. Related documents were shown using citation and word based measures and an active and continuously updated bibliography is shown for each document.
However, these versions of CiteSeer Citeseer research papers difficult to maintain and are no longer available. Because CiteSeer only indexes freely available papers on the web and does not have access to publisher metadata, it returns fewer citation counts than sites, such as Google Scholarthat have publisher metadata.
CiteSeer had not been comprehensively updated since due to limitations in its architecture design. To overcome some of these limitations, a modular and open source architecture for CiteSeer was designed - CiteSeerx.
CiteSeerx  is a public search engine and digital library and repository for scientific and academic papers primarily with a focus on computer and information science. Released init was loosely based on the previous CiteSeer search engine and digital library and is built with a new open source infrastructure, SeerSuite, and new algorithms and their implementations.
It was developed by researchers Dr. Isaac Councill and Dr. It continues to support the goals outlined by CiteSeer to actively crawl and harvest academic and scientific documents on the public web and to use a citation inquery by citations and ranking of documents by the impact of citations.
Recently, a table search feature was introduced. CiteSeerx also shares its software, data, databases and metadata with other researchers, currently by Amazon S3 and by rsync.
Current features[ edit ] Automated information extraction[ edit ] CiteSeerx uses automated information extraction tools, usually built on machine learning methods such ParsCit, to extract scholarly document metadata such as title, authors, abstract, citations, etc.
As such, there are sometime errors in authors and titles. Other academic search engines have similar errors. Focused crawling[ edit ] CiteSeerx crawls publicly available scholarly documents primarily from author webpages and other open resources, and does not have access to publisher metadata.
As such citation counts in CiteSeerx are usually less than those in Google Scholar and Microsoft Academic Search who have access to publisher metadata. Usage[ edit ] CiteSeerx has nearly 1 million users worldwide based on unique IP addresses and has millions of hits daily. Annual downloads of document PDFs was nearly million for Other SeerSuite-based search engines[ edit ] The CiteSeer model had been extended to cover academic documents in business with SmealSearch and in e-business with eBizSearch.
However, these were not maintained by their sponsors. An older version of both of these could be once found at BizSeer. IST but is no longer in service. Another had been built for robots.
All of these are built on the open source tool SeerSuitewhich uses the open source indexer Lucene.CiteSeer was the first digital library and search engine to provide automated citation indexing and citation linking by autonomous citation indexing.
CiteSeer was developed in at the NEC Research Institute, Princeton, New Jersey, by Steve Lawrence, Lee Giles and Kurt Bollacker. (a) CiteSeer xGrowth (b) CiteSeer Statistics Fig (a) The growth in the number of crawled documents as well as in the number of documents (or research papers) indexed by CiteSeer x between Abstract.
CiteSeer, a public online computer and information science search engine and digital library, was introduced in and was a radical departure from the traditional methods of academic and scientific document access and analysis. ResearchIndex is a scientific literature digital library that aims to improve the dissemination and feedback of scientific literature, and to provide improvements in functionality, usability, availability, cost, comprehensiveness, efficiency, and timeliness.
Research papers available on the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) are often poorly organized, often exist in forms opaque to search engines (e.g. Postscript), and increase in quantity daily.
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