Posts Tagged Helen Parkinson

Review of Reference and Application Ontologies

on January 22, 2010 by Mikel Egana Aranguren in Peer Review, Comments (0)

This is a review of the paper Reference and Application Ontologies. This paper describes the difference between reference and application ontologies, especially w.r.t. the motivation for using application ontologies. […]

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Table of Contents

on by Helen Parkinson in Meta, Comments (0)

What is an ontology Upper level ontologies Ontologies for sharing, ontologies for use Community driven ontology development Reference and application ontologies Ontological annotation of data Semantic integration in the […]

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Review of community driven ontology development Authors: Frank Gibson and James Malone

on by Helen Parkinson in Peer Review, Comments (0)

Community Driven Ontology Development Sweeping statement ‘collaboration and community involvement should be maximised within the life-cycle of an ontology‘ – why? Costs vs. benefits. Mixed skill sets, who should […]

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Review of Upper Level Ontologies Author: Frank Gibson

on by Helen Parkinson in Peer Review, Comments (0)

Upper Level Ontologies References to ontologies which use the upper level ontologies cited BFO, DOLCE etc would be useful, as would some examples of ontologies that use these, and […]

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Reference and Application Ontologies

on by Helen Parkinson and James Malone in Under Review, Comments (6)

James Malone and Helen Parkinson European Bioinformatics Institute, Cambridge, CB10 1SD, UK Introduction An application ontology is an ontology engineered for a specific use or application focus and whose […]

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Ontogenesis: Who’s here?

on by Duncan Hull in Meta, Comments (1)

Who’s here? The following is an alphabetical list of people currently attending the Ontogenesis Blogging a Book Experiment. Sean Bechhofer, University of Manchester Michel Dumontier, University of Carleton Mikel […]

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Ontological Annotation of Data

on January 21, 2010 by Helen Parkinson in Under Review, Comments (3)

An introduction to annotation of data using ontologies with examples from the bio-medical domain.

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