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Jacob Jett
Post-doctoral Researcher

Jacob Jett
I employ formal methods to examine issues in the conceptual foundations of information access, organization, and retrieval, especially with regards to web and data semantics. Knowledge representation techniques and modeling exercises, such as ontology development and conceptual modeling, represent a sizable area of overlap in my research.

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Phone: 217-244-2164
Fax: 217-244-3302
Email: jett2@illinois.edu

CIRSS Publications

Lee, J.-H., Shim, Y., & Jett, J. (2015, June). Analyzing user requests for anime recommendations. Poster presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN. Read more

Nurmikko-Fuller, T., Page, K., Willcox, P., Jett, J., Maden, C., Cole, T., Fallaw, C., Senseney, M., & Downie, J. S.  (2015, June).  Building Complex Research Collections in Digital Libraries: A Survey of Ontology Implications.  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN.  Read more

Lee, J.-H., Jett, J., & Perti, A.  (2015, June).  The Problem of "Additional Content."  Paper presented at the Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2015, Knoxville, TN. Read more

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Past CIRSS Events

May 8, 2020
The Center for Health Informatics, WHO, and COVID-19
The Center for Health Informatics is currently working on more than a dozen projects related to COVID-19 with WHO, the Pan American Health Organization, Mayo Clinic, CUPHD, and other organizations.  …

October 21, 2015
The HathiTrust Research Center Workset Ontology
Abstract:The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) enables computational access to the HathiTrust corpus, a digital library of over 14.2 million books and other materials digitized by the Google Books pro…

March 11, 2015
Workset Creation for Scholarly Analysis (WCSA) Project Update
The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) enables computational access to the HathiTrust corpus, a digital library of millions of books and other materials digitized by the Google Books project and other …

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