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An Ontology for Clinical Trial Data Integration

Ratnesh Sahay, Dimitrios Ntalaperas, Eleni Kamateri, Panagiotis Hasapis, Oya Deniz Beyan, Marie-Pierre F. Strippoli, Christiana A. Demetriou, Thomai Gklarou-Stavropoulou, Matthias Brochhausen, Konstantinos Tarabanis, Thanassis Bouras, David Tian (+5 others)
2013 2013 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics  
We address two key challenges in developing an ontology-based clinical terminology (1) an ontology building methodology for clinical terminologies that are separated in global and local layers; and (2)  ...  One of the main features of SEHR is layering and adaptation of local clinical terminologies with the upper-level BFO.  ...  Deus for her reviews and valuable discussions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/smc.2013.553 dblp:conf/smc/SahayNKHBSDGBTBTAAGHD13 fatcat:tdbj7lsyczfjvmu5kn7dawdcb4

Cultural Adaptivity for the Semantic Web [chapter]

Katharina Reinecke
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our research explores the possibilities for factoring culture into user models, working towards cultural adaptivity in the Semantic Web.  ...  The paper shows how we have based our approach on research findings from related fields, outlining the connection between the cultural user and domain model ontologies, and a test environment.  ...  The Portal Adaptation Ontology [13] , for example, includes a user profile ontology as well as an adaptation ontology that holds knowledge about the adaptation process.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76298-0_75 fatcat:4sccjfx2obhmvdtk2syh2qrmnq

Ontology Engineering Revisited: An Iterative Case Study [chapter]

Christoph Tempich, H. Sofia Pinto, Steffen Staab
2006 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Ontologies often need to be built in a decentralized way, ontologies must be given to a community in a way such that individuals have partial autonomy over them and ontologies have a life cycle that involves  ...  In this paper, we revisit mature and new ontology engineering methodologies.  ...  Local Adaptation Roles: The actors involved in the local adaptation step are users of the ontology.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11762256_11 fatcat:5i7ihsw6dfearlrr52xyrtmll4

Ontology Engineering and Evolution in a Distributed World Using DILIGENT [chapter]

H. Sofia Pinto, C. Tempich, Steffen Staab
2009 Handbook on Ontologies  
Ontologies often need to be built in a decentralized way, ontologies must be given to a community in a way such that individuals have partial autonomy over them, ontologies have a life cycle that involves  ...  an iteration back and forth between construction/modification and use and ontologies should support the participation of non-expert users in ontology engineering processes.  ...  Output: The result is an ontology with the main concepts of the domain. Once an initial ontology is (1) built and released, users will start to adapt it locally for their own purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92673-3_7 dblp:series/ihis/PintoTS09 fatcat:q45t4nvch5fxbphyofth2k2tgi

A Methodological Approach for Ontologising and Aligning Health Level Seven (HL7) Applications [chapter]

Ratnesh Sahay, Ronan Fox, Antoine Zimmermann, Axel Polleres, Manfred Hauswrith
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The use of ontologies for interoperable healthcare applications has been advocated by domain and knowledge representation specialists.  ...  This paper addresses two main areas of an ontology-based integration framework: (1) an ontology building methodology for the HL7 standard where ontologies are developed in separated global and local layers  ...  Local adaptation. The final Local adaptation step takes as input: HL7 global and local ontologies; and has as output: Extended global and local ontologies meeting local requirements.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23300-5_9 fatcat:pqtk4sgzkbdnhnqvvswft6apvu

An intelligent connector based framework for dynamic architecture

Xin Peng, Wenyun Zhao, Liang Zhang, Yijian Wu
2005 The Fifth International Conference on Computer and Information Technology (CIT'05)  
Ontology is introduced to provide the common base for communication and auto-adaptation. The domain ontology also provides a knowledge base for event inference and service assembling.  ...  An intelligent connector based framework for dynamic architecture is proposed, in which the global agent and connector agents can perform auto-adaptation on the system-level and component-level respectively  ...  The domain ontology Domain ontology clarifies the domain's structure of knowledge and enables knowledge sharing [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/cit.2005.73 dblp:conf/IEEEcit/PengZZW05 fatcat:3tai5zz3fvb6llynb7bvylowlu

Decentralized Case-Based Reasoning for the Semantic Web [chapter]

Mathieu d'Aquin, Jean Lieber, Amedeo Napoli
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
An ontology is used for the conceptualization of a particular domain and for knowledge exchange.  ...  Each context of a contextualized ontology is used for representing a particular viewpoint, containing the domain knowledge and the adaptation knowledge needed for solving a particular type of problem.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11574620_13 fatcat:6jgdzqu46jfqrj47ihstefdkya

Towards Adaptation and Evolution of Domain-Specific Knowledge for Maintaining Secure Systems [chapter]

Thomas Ruhroth, Stefan Gärtner, Jens Bürger, Jan Jürjens, Kurt Schneider
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper, we present an approach allowing the stepwise adaptation from domain-to project-specific knowledge based on OWL ontologies.  ...  For this purpose, we define a basic set of adaptation operators which allows effective and frugal changes.  ...  For this purpose, global ontologies must be adapted to a specific domain or system which is known as adaptation, integration, or matching.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13835-0_17 fatcat:epjye7x3lbgynb53b4tgbjsrku

Context Modeling And Context-Aware Service Adaptation For Pervasive Computing Systems

Moeiz Miraoui, Chakib Tadj, Chokri Ben Amar
2008 Zenodo  
In this paper we will propose a generic service ontology for context modeling and a context-aware service adaptation based on a service oriented definition of context.  ...  The most interesting methods for modeling context are those based on ontology however the majority of the proposed methods fail in proposing a generic ontology for context which limit their usability and  ...  For a specific domain there are many correct ontologies not just one; it depends on the understanding of such domain by the ontology designer and his point of view on the domain.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1086015 fatcat:t2755co6svaifey4m7dlpsm7lq

A Construction of the Adapted Ontology Server in EC [chapter]

Hanhyuk Chung, Joong-min Choi, Jun-ho Yi, Junghyun Han, Eun-seok Lee
2000 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Ontology is an essential element for the agent system. The agent can share its knowledge and communicate with each other with it.  ...  In this paper we have constructed an Ontology Server, which provides ontology adapted in electronic commerce (EC), and have applied it to comparative shopping system.  ...  On the contrary, if its description is too detailed, it is hard to gain fully efficiency for the real use Ontology feature Our goal for an ontology adapted in EC, makes the ontology have some particular  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44491-2_51 fatcat:6jp3zdvddvfujbxplg3h3rbmtq

OntoEdit Empowering SWAP: a Case Study in Supporting DIstributed, Loosely-Controlled and evolvInG Engineering of oNTologies (DILIGENT) [chapter]

Sofia Pinto, Steffen Staab, York Sure, Christoph Tempich
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Thereby, the objective of this harmonization is to avoid the worst incongruencies by having users share a core ontology that they can expand for local use at their will and individual needs.  ...  of different vocabularies/ontologies.  ...  In particular we want to thank Immaculada Salamanca and Esteve Lladó Martí from IBIT for the fruitful discussions and the other people in the SWAP team for their collaboration towards SWAPSTER.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25956-5_2 fatcat:jk6ubzal5zbm3o36t4k5cnjowm

Multilingual information delivery based on a domain ontology

Nauris Paulins, Irina Arhipova, Signe Balina
2014 Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies - CompSysTech '14  
This approach is based on a domain ontology, which allows to annotate and retrieve learning resources in a language independent way.  ...  Interlingua content delivery in e-learning courses could be effective learning content adaption method for delivering information for much wider audience.  ...  Ontology usage for educational content annotation can be used for reasoning across multiple domains.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2659532.2659626 dblp:conf/compsystech/PaulinsAB14 fatcat:idjad6pbvbcz5eapl6slve2az4

Ontology Design for Thailand Travel Industry

Sanya Khruahong, Xiaoying Kong, Doan Hoang
2015 International Journal of Knowledge Engineering  
The primary contribution of this paper is a new approach to design ontology for Thailand travel industry on both general information and specific dynamic local information using Domain Ontology Graph (  ...  In this paper, we design an ontology for Thai travel industry to support an intelligent finding of these local events and their constraints using semantic web.  ...  Ontology for Thailand travel industry is designed into two types: travel domain ontology and travel task ontology.  ... 
doi:10.18178/ijke.2015.1.3.033 fatcat:a6guqqsoqbchvlwq7jfvinibxy

The DILIGENT knowledge processes

Denny Vrandečić, Sofia Pinto, Christoph Tempich, York Sure, John Davies
2005 Journal of Knowledge Management  
During the evolution of ontologies, arguments need to be exchanged about the suggested changes. Identifies those kind of arguments which work best for the discussion of ontology changes.  ...  Research implications -DILIGENT recognizes ontology engineering methodologies like OnToKnowledge or Methontology as proven useful for the initial design, but expands them with its strong focus on the user-centric  ...  Users were locally adapting the taxonomy for their own purposes.  ... 
doi:10.1108/13673270510622474 fatcat:cxcna5lkabcyngqhacb6sr6juu

Knowledge Discovery in an Agents Environment [chapter]

Manjula Patel, Monica Duke
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
and openly available • Investigation of individual terms as well as whole vocabularies for adaptations, local usages and relationships with other vocabularies • Interoperability -Harmonisation of semantics  ...  Motivation • Proliferation of metadata schemas (developed in closed environments, tower of Babel situation for applications) • Disclosure -adaptations by practitioners and communities of practice not readily  ...  element sets (not other application profiles) • may specify dependencies e.g. mandate schemes • may adapt existing definitions for local purposes • may declare rules for content (usage guidelines) • may  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25956-5_9 fatcat:mpru3x33gvecnefi5elosmpvfu
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