DCL Announces its Collaboration with Elsevier to Enrich Millions of Documents for the Scopus Database

« Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), an industry leader in organizing and converting content into digital formats, announced today its collaboration with Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, as their new partner in a multi-year conversion initiative to enrich and enhance content on the Scopus database (…)

The immediate goal is to enrich content coverage and the density of linked citations for the Elsevier archive within the Scopus database, consisting of approximately 2.5 million articles published prior to 1996. DCL has created an automated process to split citations into component parts and create fully tagged, fully searchable citations up to the latest industry best practices. The scalable process, tailored to Elsevier’s requirements, is capable of processing millions of records consistently and accurately. The added granularity of the data will allow articles to be more findable and increase the number of times work is cited – a boon for numerous academics, scientists, and technology professionals who depend on Elsevier for professional development (…) »

source > dclab.com, 16 juillet 2014