Iza Fajri, Shanshan Zai, Siti Aminah


With the constant development of information and digitization, the proportion of digitization in scientific research publications is increasing day by day. On the one hand, the rapid growth of digital scientific research data and academic literature has provided many facilities for academic exchanges among scientific research users. On the basis of systematically combing the relevant theories of semantic publishing and information resource integration, this paper summarizes the current situation of information resource aggregation in academic journals and the significance of digital resource aggregation. Secondly, this paper illustrates the important role of semantic information resource integration in semantic publishing of academic journals. Taking Elsevier semantic publishing
model as an example, it focuses on the resource query and resource utilization under semantic publishing. Final adoption with the comparison of web of science database and the analysis and evaluation of the results of resource aggregation verify the feasibility of the semantic based digital
resource aggregation method in the digital publication of academic journals.

Keywords: Semantic Publishing; Semantic Web, Digital Resource, and Aggregation elsevie

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