given comment: C4O, the Citation Counting and Context Characterization Ontology (C4O) allows the characterization of bibliographic citations in terms of their number and their context. It provides the ontological structures to permit the number of in-text citations of a cited source (i.e. the number of in-text reference pointers to a single reference in the citing article's reference list) to be recorded, and also the number of citations a cited entity has received globally, as determined by a bibliographic information resource such as Google Scholar, Scopus or Web of Knowledge on a particular date. Moreover, it enables ontological descriptions of the context within the citing document in which an in-text reference pointer appears, and permits that context to be related to relevant textual passages in the cited document.
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