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Wiley partnership adds Scope to metadata

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ConSCIse, Scope eKnowledge Center’s content abstraction solution, will be used to create abstracts and keywords for Wiley’s science, technology, medicine and scholarly books. Scope’s ConSCIse is said to offer publishers and other information providers an opportunity to enhance discoverability of content by providing keywords and keyword-rich abstracts/summaries via a semi-automated platform.

It generates abstracts and keywords from professional and scholarly literature, including books, book chapters, journal articles, patents, conference proceedings and clinical summaries. ConSCIse combines proprietary software in the form of natural language processing rules and subject matter expert curation.  

Antonia Seymour, VP and director for STMS books, commented, 'Our business objective is to enhance the discoverability of our book chapter content in Wiley Online Library. We need high-quality keywords and abstracts for each chapter, but without any delay in the existing online publication schedule.