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Resource:ABCDE Format: Publishing Semantic Conference Papers

Name: Resource:ABCDE Format: Publishing Semantic Conference Papers
Description: The abcde format is a proposal for a simple, structured format for conference papers in computer science, that is based on LaTeX. Each paper consists of three sections: Background, Contribution, and Discussion, and three added elements: A = Annotation, Dublin Core annotation; E = Entities, these are RDF-formatted entities of interest, including references, and (no contribution to the acronym) Core Sentences: these are sentences that are marked up by the author to be core elements. They can be extracted to form a structured abstract.
Other Name(s): The ABCDE Format: Publishing Semantic Conference Papers
Abbreviation: ABCDE Format
Parent Organization: Utrecht University; Utrecht; Netherlands
Resource Type(s): Standard specification
Resource: Resource
URL: http://www.w3.org/wiki/images/5/51/HCLSIG$$SWANSIOC$$Actions$$RhetoricalStructure$$models$$abcde$abcde_example.htm
Id: nif-0000-02794
Related to: Beyond the pdf
Link to OWL / RDF: Download this content as OWL/RDF

Curation status: Curated

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DefinitionThe abcde format is a proposal for a simpl The abcde format is a proposal for a simple, structured format for conference papers in computer science, that is based on LaTeX. Each paper consists of three sections: Background, Contribution, and Discussion, and three added elements: A = Annotation, Dublin Core annotation; E = Entities, these are RDF-formatted entities of interest, including references, and (no contribution to the acronym) Core Sentences: these are sentences that are marked up by the author to be core elements. They can be extracted to form a structured abstract. e extracted to form a structured abstract.
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LabelResource:ABCDE Format: Publishing Semantic Conference Papers  +
ModifiedDate15 May 2012  +
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RelatedToBeyond the pdf  +
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SynonymThe ABCDE Format: Publishing Semantic Conference Papers  +