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Summary table

|| Block || Description ||
|| Annotation || Each record contains a set of metadata that follows the Dublin Core standard. Minimally required fields are Title, Creator, Identifier and Date ||
|| Background || Background, describing the positioning of the research, ongoing issues and the central research question  ||
|| Contribution || Contribution, describing the work the authors have done: any concrete things created, programmed, or investigated ||
|| Discussion || Discussion, contains a discussion of the work done, comparison with other work, and implications and next steps ||
|| Entities || Throughout the text, entities such as references, personal names, project websites, etc. are identified inside LATEX as footnotes or references. The entities can be mined and turned into RDF, where the triple contains the section of the paper containing the entity, the entity URI, and the type of link (reference, person, project) ||
|| Core sentences as abstract || There need not be an abstract in an ABCDE document - instead, the author denotes core sentences within the B,C and D sections, which are compiled through a macro to form a structured abstract. ||


Added by Paolo Ciccarese on January 31st, 2010

  • From the perspective of the SWAN Discourse it could be possible to add a new element to the ABCDE model. Such element would be similar to the existing element called 'Core sentences as abstract' but will refer to sentences that could be used to compile the scientific discourse of the document. In fact, I can imagine the abstract being shorter than the actual complete scientific discourse embedded in the publication. (TO BE COMPLETED)

Name (replace with own name)

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