Vigilancia Tecnológica Cientifica de Ciclos Biogeoquímicos
AbstractThe use of new tools is needed in order to study the geosciences, where gathering information related with different variables is required. This activity implies the use of human and financial resources; nevertheless, each year many losses are registered because of the use of resources in the development of previously invented technologies. This fact and the growing amount of information at patent offices and Proquest databases, encouraged the design of a tool capable of classifying this kind of information.
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