This work presents the bioMine system, a full‐text natural language search engine for biomedical literature. bioMine provides search capabilities based on the full‐text content of documents belonging to a database composed of scientific articles and allows users to submit their search queries using natural language. Beyond the text content of articles, the system engine also uses article metadata, empowering the search by considering extra information from picture and table captions. bioMine is publicly released as an open‐source system under the MIT license.
Computational Intelligence – Wiley
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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