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Deep Web Technologies Releases WorldWideScience.org Application for SciVerse Hub

Deep Web Technologies, a provider of federated search technologies, announced that working in close cooperation with OSTI, the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information and the operating agent for WorldWideScience.org (WWS), and Elsevier, it released a WWS application for SciVerse Applications. Elsevier's Application Marketplace & Developer Network features a marketplace that allows researchers to select and create applications that enhance research and search results obtained from the new SciVerse Hub.

“The WWS application for the SciVerse Hub allows researchers to seamlessly search WWS content within SciVerse Hub,” said Rafael Sidi, vice president, Application Marketplace and Developer Network at Elsevier. “Our collaboration with DWT benefits researchers by increasing accessibility to WWS content and enhancing research productivity.”

The WWS application provides a new way of accessing WWS resources. It can be found in the SciVerse Applications and used in conjunction with SciVerse Hub. By entering search terms in the Hub query box, users can search WWS in parallel with SciVerse Hub content, thereby exposing researchers to high-value content from around the world that they might not otherwise discover.

Using the SciVerse Hub search query, the WWS application displays relevance-ranked search results in a parallel frame. Clicking on any of the links in the application will take the researcher to the publisher of the article or web page. Opening the application in the larger (Canvas) view will show the WWS site directly within SciVerse Hub. The WWS application is available for free to all registered SciVerse users.

Source: Deep Web Technologies 



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