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The end of Privileged Knowledge ? Barend Mons. SHARED Originally an EC project with 3 African and 3 European countriesOriginally an EC project with 3.

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1 The end of Privileged Knowledge ? Barend Mons

2 SHARED Originally an EC project with 3 African and 3 European countriesOriginally an EC project with 3 African and 3 European countries One year conceptual phase:One year conceptual phase: SHARED knowledge is Double KnowledgeSHARED knowledge is Double Knowledge SHARED data are shared responsibility,SHARED data are shared responsibility, not SHARED´s responsibilitynot SHARED´s responsibility Everybody wants coordination, but…..Everybody wants coordination, but….. Nobody wants to be coordinatedNobody wants to be coordinated ……….Ownership of source information……….Ownership of source information

3 SHARED-derived technology Information Mediation technologyInformation Mediation technology Thesaurus based concept extractionThesaurus based concept extraction Conceptual FingerprintsConceptual Fingerprints Deep linking into remote resources on the linking into remote resources on the WWW. Now called: Collexis TechnologyNow called: Collexis Technology

4 Reference Knowledge Source Construction C (Schilder’s disease) diffuse sclerosis (crisp) sclerosis, sudanophilic cerebral (dxplain) Schilder's Disease (read) Encephalitis periaxialis diffusa (mesh) leukoencephalitis, subacute (dxplain) DiffuseC14044,.. ScleroseC14044,.. SudanophilicC14044,.. CerebralC14044,.. SchildC14044,.. DiseaseC14044,.. EncephalitisC14044,.. PeriaxialiC14044,.. DiffusaC14044,.. LeukoencephalitisC14044,.. SubacuteC14044,.. IKA

5 Conceptual Fingerprint C C C C C C

6 Fingerprint Operations contents fingerprints average author/person fingerprints Bush Gore average organization fingerprint contents, author and organization fingerprint databases can be queried.

7 Collexis technology Some characteristic performance issues:Some characteristic performance issues: seconds per page for abstraction seconds per page for abstraction (5000 pages per hour, per day)(5000 pages per hour, per day) Size of 1 CFP: bytes (50 concepts)Size of 1 CFP: bytes (50 concepts) Matching: 1 million CFP…..40 millisecondsMatching: 1 million CFP…..40 milliseconds

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15 Scientists/experts Collection Rooms Professional writers Update dossiers Policy Makers

16 SHARED plan for LAC Sub-network lead by BIREMESub-network lead by BIREME Linking existing databases (Collexis 3.0)Linking existing databases (Collexis 3.0) Major provision of CFP’s from VHL contentMajor provision of CFP’s from VHL content Co-development of applications with BIREME, CNPq and Grupo StelaCo-development of applications with BIREME, CNPq and Grupo Stela

17 AIMS :AIMS : By 2003: 70 % of all health literature CFP- linkedBy 2003: 70 % of all health literature CFP- linked As many Libraries and Research Councils as possible contributingAs many Libraries and Research Councils as possible contributing Development of professional writer networkDevelopment of professional writer network 50% of all SHARED participants personal home page with their papers linked to their projects.50% of all SHARED participants personal home page with their papers linked to their projects.

18 Conclusion The end of privileged knowledge is near Thank you and congratulations to VHL For being in the lead the process.


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