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Intelligent document retrieval from heterogeneous cardiology literature sources: use of an automated notification robot learning from his user

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4 Author(s)
Berger, T. ; Heart Center Leipzig, Germany ; Kottkamp, H. ; Ramming, J. ; Elsner, C.H.

Information management becomes harder with the increasing flood of information. The user needs systems which take a preselection of the information provided and which report periodically to him on their own. The described project retrieves its content from the Pubmed Knowledge-Base at the NCBl and diverse internal datasources of an in-house document-management solution and links to the corresponding (online) documents. Only for Medline a similar approach is performed by services like and http://www. The special feature of the here described work is the learning/grading function of the software, which allows the semi-automatic improvement of the user (search) profiles. Some of the basic components of this project are shared as open-source with partners.

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Computers in Cardiology, 2003

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21-24 Sept. 2003