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A Human Experience Realist Ontology in Basic Formal Ontology

James D. Smith
2016 Knowledge organization  
Four measurable and observable entities are identified as upper-level and universal in the domain of human experience. All other entities and abstractions are shown to emerge from these.  ...  A four by four matrix of the universals creates ten phenomena-based categories that systematically map the domains codified in the Dewey Decimal Classification.  ...  Fourthly, money is the entity used among modern humans to communicate value and facilitate the creation and maintenance of the division of labor and knowledge society.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-2016-7-502 fatcat:5s7aepmb6bcsdfbwzqpwoh7gcq

Mining the pharmacogenomics literature--a survey of the state of the art

U. Hahn, K. B. Cohen, Y. Garten, N. H. Shah
2012 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
Therefore, publications span the intersection of research in genotypes, phenotypes and pharmacology, a topic that has increasingly become a focus of active research in recent years.This survey covers efforts  ...  Finally, we consider some of the novel applications that have already been developed in the field of pharmacogenomic text mining and point out perspectives for future research.  ...  Interest in this area of research is gaining pace both on the side of the database curation community [194] as well as on the academic side.  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbs018 pmid:22833496 pmcid:PMC3404399 fatcat:por4dnthkrcxjdsir6uc64kdaq

Text mining techniques for patent analysis

Yuen-Hsien Tseng, Chi-Jen Lin, Yu-I Lin
2007 Information Processing & Management  
The issues of efficiency and effectiveness are considered in the design of these techniques.  ...  However, they are lengthy and rich in technical terminology such that it takes a lot of human efforts for analyses.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is supported in part by NSC under the grants numbered: NSC 93-2213-E-030-007-and NSC 94-2524-S-003-014-.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2006.11.011 fatcat:fhfo53y2qjd2rjpbosnd6m75zm

Object-oriented and conventional analysis and design methodologies

R.G. Fichman, C.F. Kemerer
1992 Computer  
underlying object-orientation as a programming discipline go back two decades, it's only in the last few years that objectoriented analysis (OOA) and object-oriented design (OOD) methodologies have begun  ...  could arrive at the same results [as Coad and Yourdon's OOA methodology produces] using different methods; but it has also been our experience that the thinking process, the discovery process, and the communication  ...  domain entities.  ... 
doi:10.1109/2.161278 fatcat:ailtjelzcbcmjog7rkt7da5vne

Natural Language Processing methods and systems for biomedical ontology learning

Kaihong Liu, William R. Hogan, Rebecca S. Crowley
2011 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
While the biomedical informatics community widely acknowledges the utility of domain ontologies, there remain many barriers to their effective use.  ...  One important requirement of domain ontologies is that they must achieve a high degree of coverage of the domain concepts and concept relationships.  ...  We thank Karma Lisa Edwards and Lucy Cafeo of the University of Pittsburgh for expert editorial assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2010.07.006 pmid:20647054 pmcid:PMC2990796 fatcat:hnyc5k4iobdzpatclwihaiw4wu

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Paolo Bolettieri, Fabrizio Falchi, Claudio Lucchese, Yosi Mass, Raffaele Perego, Fausto Rabitti, Michal Shmueli-Scheuer
2009 Italian Research Conference on Digital Library Management Systems  
The DLS is capable of (i) ingesting or importing publication objects, i.e. metadata records and/or payloads, from other domains in the form of "simple" compound objects (digital objects with no relationships  ...  In this case the records are describing entities, i.e. publications, whose digital payload is not stored within the DLS.  ...  Donna Youngs of the Department of Investigative Psychology of the University of Liverpool for many interesting discussions, which inspired the development of the models presented in this paper, and also  ... 
dblp:conf/ircdl/BolettieriFLMPRS09 fatcat:k3n4ffi4bfbwjgyooga22rummq

Davao Conyo invasion: A morpho-semantic analysis

Darla Regine Salve Mojica, Maria Guadalupe M De Leon
2022 International Journal of Research Studies in Education  
The respondents were the 179 grade six students from Zone two of New Corella District in the Division of Davao del Norte who were chosen through random sampling.  ...  This study aimed to determine which domain in the social support significantly influenced the learning and development of grade six students.  ...  and academic writing.  ... 
doi:10.5861/ijrse.2022.152 fatcat:6qwrcpagjnfvzl644zp7eleq24

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Guangya Chen, Shengjie Li, Jiuping Xu, Xinmin Yang
2018 Journal of Optimization Theory and Applications  
We thank Mr Jef Lay for developing the OCR error correction tool shown in Figure 2 .  ...  We would like to thank Sebastian Walter for his help in the experiments. Acknowledgments The work was funded by JISC through the Digital Infrastructure programme, Managing Research Data call.  ...  In our case, an immediate challenge that presented itself was recognizing when noun phrases should be mapped to TUIs, rather than being mapped to entities in the knowledge base.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10957-018-1316-3 fatcat:6mmzisl7jbhsvi5dhblc3jqimq

Placenames of indigenous origin in Acre-Brazil

Rozangela de Melo Martins da Costa, Alexandre Melo De Sousa
2021 Domínios de Lingu@gem  
This study aims to trace a profile of toponyms of indigenous origin in the rural area of Acre, analyzing toponymic motivations related to fauna, flora and hydrography in Acrean geographic features.  ...  This corpus – collected in the maps provided by IBGE, with a scale of 1: 250,000 and 1:1,000,000 – was based on the theoretical-methodological proposal by Dick (1990, 1992), especially regarding the taxonomic  ...  As for the morphological composition of toponyms, Dick (1990) classifies them in three types: simple toponym (or simple specific element), compound toponym (or compound specific element) and hybrid toponym  ... 
doi:10.14393/dl46-v15n2a2021-2 fatcat:eq44taqpazeqharodyosqlxtby

Linked open data to represent multilingual poetry collections. A proposal to solve interoperability issues between poetic repertoires

Elena González-Blanco, Gimena del Rio, Clara Martínez Cantón
2016 Zenodo  
Th is paper describes the creation of a poetic ontology in order to use it as a basis to link different databases and projects w orking on metrics and poetry.  ...  It has been built on the model of the Spanish digital repertoire ReMetCa, but its aim is to be enlarg ed and improved in order to fit under every poetic system.  ...  In 2012, the first author continued his research on OLiA in the context of PostDoc fellowship at the Information Sciences Institute of the University of Southern California funded by the German Academic  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2551595 fatcat:4nbzl534ebgnbort742fhfoqam

EWALUACJA DYSKURSU PRAWNEGO: GATUNKI TEKSTÓW PRAWNYCH

Donata BERŪKŠTIENĖ
2016 Comparative Legilinguistics  
The analysis of genres of legal texts contributes to the overall understanding and construction of legal discourse in general and legal texts in particular.  ...  Being a complex type of discourse, legal discourse is realized through legal texts written in legal language, which are regarded as specialpurpose texts different from other kinds of texts in respect of  ...  In other cases, 'text' is viewed as an individual piece of written or spoken communication and 'discourse' as a sequence of texts belonging together due to a common subject domain or due to a single author  ... 
doi:10.14746/cl.2016.28.5. fatcat:jpxwr2zi2naploaodc4c7xaj2u

Machine Assistance in Collection Building: New Tools, Research, Issues, and Reflections

Steve Mitchell
2006 Information Technology and Libraries  
, and the potential for transformation of the library community.  ...  Awareness of this technology and its current capabilities, promises, limitations, and probable major impacts needs to be generalized throughout the library management, metadata, and systems communities  ...  Education of the U.S Department of Education; the Librarians Association of the University of California; and the Computing and Communications Group of the University of California at Riverside for current  ... 
doi:10.6017/ital.v25i4.3353 fatcat:toynfnok6nbcnm36kkgk7pn4ji

Salsa/Bhangra: Transnational Rhythm Cultures in Comparative Perspective

Ananya Jahanara Kabir
2011 Music and Arts in Action  
The dance-music complexes known as "Salsa" and "Bhangra" have not been subjected to any comparative academic scrutiny, despite clear parallels in their respective histories as cultural processes born out  ...  Undoubtedly, it is the academic and cultural embedding of Salsa within a Hispanophone postcolonial paradigm, and of Bhangra within its Anglophone counterpart, that has prevented serious comparative work  ...  The latter's tendency towards racial exclusivity has been replicated in diasporic communities which have to contend with the politics of race disguised thinly as multiculturalism, compounded by the post-imperial  ... 
doaj:de4227bcf41146d9ad39b0ef83229d77 fatcat:pbnxvafyffdflagab7wsgxwixe

'Power Differences' and 'the Power of Difference': The Dominance of Secularism as Ontological Injustice

Erin K. Wilson
2017 Globalizations  
Recent religious studies and international relations scholarship has highlighted secularism as a critical element in dominant modes of identity, power, and exclusion in global politics.  ...  Specifically, I argue that secularism's dominance constitutes an ontological injustice, where both alternative non-secular visions of the world and visions of alternative non-secular worlds are subordinated  ...  Special thanks to Kim Knibbe for introducing me to the political ontologies literature in anthropology and  ... 
doi:10.1080/14747731.2017.1308062 fatcat:g7orvktz7jar3dzkwgs7cqasua

The Frontiers of Intellectual Property: Expanded Protection versus New Models of Open Science

Diana Rhoten, Walter W. Powell
2007 Annual Review of Law and Social Science  
[A] well-organized society should assure to such workers the efficient means of accomplishing their task, in a life freed from material care and freely consecrated to research.  ...  We debate whether current changes represent a transition or transformation in the relations between science and property.  ...  The combination of ample funding and open access was consistent with the Mertonian view of communal public science. This era came to a crashing halt in the 1980s, however.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev.lawsocsci.3.081806.112900 fatcat:2zssj7vg4bg23nqr4fzfaao7pq
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