Content abstraction is the process of creating a condensed version of a full text article or other technical and research documents. An abstract will provide an indication to the reader of the core themes discussed in the full text. This is used as a document surrogate by publishers to promote the delivery and sales of full text documents.
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This discusses what the article indicates in terms of topic and methodology, without providing the key content present in the article. E.g.: Product reviews, book, book chapter abstracts etc.
It provides a condensed view of the entire content in the full text document, culling out the key topics and concepts covered. E.g.: Abstracts of technical articles, technical standards and specifications.
Abstracts created in a structured format with pre-defined headings that truly represent the way the full text is organized. E.g.: Abstracts of clinical trials and medical case reports.
Enhanced / Value Added Abstracts
Abstracts that pick out the key knowledge that are helpful for decision making. E.g.: English abstracts of patents that extract the key patentability parameters like novelty, use and advantage.