Grid-based dynamic electronic publication: A case study using combined experiment and simulation studies of crown ethers at the air/water interface.
Esther R Rousay, Hongchen Fu, Jamie M Robinson, Jeremy G Frey, Jonathan W Essex
School of Chemistry, University of Southampton,
Highfield, Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK

Abstract The Publication@Source Paradigm and Challenges Body Molecular Dynamics Simulations Comparisons and Conclusions Acknowledgements Appendix:The TriScapeRDF browser References Glossary Search
Introduction Introduction .2 Introduction .3 Introduction .4 Implementation of Publication@Source Implementation of Publication@Source .2 Implementation of Publication@Source .3 Implementation of Publication@Source .4

Implementation of Publication@Source .4

As part of the demonstration two online versions of this paper were constructed. One web site delivers the content from a content management system (CMS), which allows efficient navigation round the sections of the paper. As the individual pages are dynamically produced they are compared against a glossary and links are placed in the text. These enable the reader to obtain more information on these terms via a short description in a pop-up window together with a link to more details. In the future we would pass the text against an ontology derived, for example, from the IUPAC Gold Book (an XML version of which is under construction).

The RDF or ?semantic grid? version of the paper shows a rendering of the text in HTML, similar to the CMS version. The differences are most apparent when the links from expressions, data in tables or figures are followed. The semantic version of the paper "understands" the relationship between sections of the paper, the data and results derived from that data and provides examples of the linking described above.


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