Um framework para extração automática de informações em patentes farmacêuticas
ResumoThe management of pharmaceutical patents often involves laborious manual searches due to the extensive details in documents on the invention’s claims and methodology/results explanation. In order to address this challenge, we have proposed PATopics, a comprehensive framework designed to extract pertinent information from textual data within patents. PATopics utilizes this information to construct relevant topics, establish correlations with useful patent characteristics, and present the gathered insights through a user-friendly web interface. To evaluate the effectiveness of our framework, we conducted a study involving 4,832 pharmaceutical patents associated with 809 molecules patented by 478 companies. We analyzed the framework’s performance based on the requirements of three user profiles: researchers, chemists, and companies. The results highlighted the practicality and usefulness of PATopics in the pharmaceutical domain, showcasing its ability to assist users from diff erent backgrounds in navigating and extracting valuable insights from patent information.
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