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Towards A Semantic Web by Liam Magee, Mary Kalantzis, Bill Cope

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Describing knowledge domains: a case study of biological ontologies

Liam Magee

In the past decade, the development of standardised and machine-processable controlled vocabularies has been a fertile field of research in the life sciences. Understandably, development of the semantic web has attracted significant attention from parts of the medical and life science community. A nexus of government, academic and corporate sources has funded the construction of semantic web ontologies for a range of biomedical and biological vocabularies, including: clinical terms (SNOMED), genetic sequencing (Gene Ontology), proteins (PRotein Ontology) and general ontology repositories (Open Biological and Biomedical Ontologies). Even several of the upper-level ...

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