NEW YORK, Feb. 25 (GenomeWeb News) –Thomson ISI and NEC Laboratories are getting together to create a citation index for Internet-based scholarly resources, the companies said today.

NEC will provide its CiteSeer technology and Thomson will provide editors to create a tool that will index Web-based documents such as pre-prints, proceedings, and "open access" research publications. The index is expected to be available in early 2005 after a pilot study this year, the companies said.

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