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Transforming the study of organisms: Phenomic data models and knowledge bases

Anne E. Thessen, Ramona L. Walls, Lars Vogt, Jessica Singer, Robert Warren, Pier Luigi Buttigieg, James P. Balhoff, Christopher J. Mungall, Deborah L. McGuinness, Brian J. Stucky, Matthew J. Yoder, Melissa A. Haendel (+1 others)
2020 PLoS Computational Biology  
The rapidly decreasing cost of gene sequencing has resulted in a deluge of genomic data from across the tree of life; however, outside a few model organism databases, genomic data are limited in their  ...  Some phenotypic and trait data are available in a semantic language from knowledge bases, but these are often not interoperable.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the organizers and sponsors of the 2019 US2TS Conference held at Duke University who created space for this discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008376 pmid:33232313 pmcid:PMC7685442 fatcat:d36yhdezgnbblbj4sy62jiqw3m

Transforming the study of organisms: Phenomic data models and knowledge bases [article]

Anne E. Thessen, Ramona L. Walls, Lars Vogt, Jessica Singer, Robert Warren, Pier Luigi Buttigieg, James P. Balhoff, Christopher J. Mungall, Deborah L. McGuinness, Brian J. Stucky, Matthew J. Yoder, Melissa A. Haendel (+1 others)
2021
The rapidly decreasing cost of gene sequencing has resulted in a deluge of genomic data from across the tree of life; however, outside a few model organism databases, genomic data are limited in their  ...  Some phenotypic and trait data are available in a semantic language from knowledge bases, but these are often not interoperable.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the organizers and sponsors of the 2019 US2TS Conference held at Duke University who created space for this discussion.  ... 
doi:10.34657/5073 fatcat:qn453aa37vdzpgs6qzyog5ss54

The future of humans as model organisms

Garret FitzGerald, David Botstein, Robert Califf, Rory Collins, Keith Peters, Nick Van Bruggen, Dan Rader
2018 Science  
Because we are the model organisms" (1) .  ...  With machine learning and kinetic and structure-based modeling approaches, one could then identify signatures of NSAID-induced cardiovascular risk and test their predictive efficacy at the individual level  ...  The future of humans as model organisms Garret  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.aau7779 pmid:30093589 fatcat:k2ja5dnfd5bulkt2cbup4ai7zi

From Galvanism to Electrodynamics: The Transformation of German Physics and Its Social Context

Kenneth L. Caneva
1978 Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences  
Weber's attitude toward abstraction and the use of physical models in mathematical physics was characteristic of the transformation tak ing place in German physics.  ...  transformation of the social fabric.  ...  now considered to be the most stable and secure thing, namely, science, is transformed in nineteenth-century Germany of two contrasting ideologies whose characteristics closely correspond to those of  ... 
doi:10.2307/27757377 fatcat:2h6xzjgfyvdphjnwhb3mwyjk5e

Conceptual modelling of organizations

Eduard Maltsev
2016 Naukovì Zapiski NaUKMA: Ekonomìčnì Nauki  
The article offers an approach to the modelling of organizations that uses three types of representation: behavioural, normative and conceptual.  ...  This approach allows to create meaningful organizational models that adequately represent the complexity of modern organizations and may be useful in the management system development and strategic decision-making  ...  Further studies are related to the use of concep tual models of individual, organization and society.  ... 
doi:10.18523/2519-4739112016124825 fatcat:xcgwfonw5raehcvwqappylzvhy

The transformation of a recent Japanese new religion: Ōkawa Ryūhō and Kōfuku no Kagaku

Trevor Astley
1995 Japanese Journal of Religious Studies  
The first section will show the transformation of Kofuku no Kagaku from a study group to a religious organization by tracing the development of the entry requirements and study system.  ...  To this end I shall, first, offer an outline of the leader, the organization, and the membership, and, second, trace the development of the group, looking at the transformations that have taken place in  ...  Similarly, study of his prophetic utterances in Nosutoradamus senritsu no keiji and elsewhere reveals very little original interpretation of Nostradamus.  ... 
doi:10.18874/jjrs.22.3-4.1995.343-380 fatcat:3bh6y4mohzaz5nifvubtqc3pzu

Examining Experiential Learning and Implications for Organizations

Alina Waite
2018 International Journal of Human Resource Development Practice Policy & Research  
The scholarly literature on experiential learning has soared since the 1980s, yet evidence-based data on its use and practice in organizations remain limited.  ...  The goal of this study was to fill the research void by examining empirical graduate-level research using a bounded qualitative metasynthesis framework.  ...  This study is the first to contribute evidencebased data on the benefits of experiential learning in the context of organizations to the HRD literature.  ... 
doi:10.22324/ijhrdppr.3.105 fatcat:3kuwmyeuo5fa7gc5hf4wo4xoqm

Synergistic Impacts of Organic Acids and pH on Growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa: A Comparison of Parametric and Bayesian Non-parametric Methods to Model Growth

Francesca M. L. Bushell, Peter D. Tonner, Sara Jabbari, Amy K. Schmid, Peter A. Lund
2019 Frontiers in Microbiology  
The effects of different organic acids vary with pH, concentration, and the specific organic acid used, but no studies to date on any opportunistic pathogens have examined the detailed interactions between  ...  at different concentrations and pH, with a high level of replication for a total of 162,960 data points.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS SJ gratefully acknowledges support from the Wellcome Trust (grant code: 1516ISSFFEL9) for funding a parameterisation workshop at the University of Birmingham (UK), the Biotechnology and  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2018.03196 pmid:30671033 pmcid:PMC6331447 fatcat:jeuqknwjbze7pme6bbgwppybly

Adaptive segmentation of plant images, an integration of color space features and self-organizing maps

Mahmood Golzarian
2011 2011 International Conference on Multimedia Technology  
Nine color features of three color models of normalized Red Green Blue (RGB), Hue Saturation and Intensity (HSI) and L*a*b* made up the feature map.  ...  In this study, we used Kohonen's self organizing map (SOM) algorithm for segmentation of plant images using image series of two complexity levels; images taken in a controlled environment of plant facility  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT We would like to thank the Australian Plant Phenomics Centre for providing us with the plant images for this research.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icmt.2011.6001833 fatcat:npoqqs3fn5aehd2chukyjatdga

Learning while (re)configuring: Business model innovation processes in established firms

Hans Berends, Armand Smits, Isabelle Reymen, Ksenia Podoynitsyna
2016 Strategic Organization  
They are grateful to Tomi Laamanen, Mohammad Rezazade Mehrizi, and seminar participants at University of Liverpool and Johannes Kepler University Linz for comments and input during the development of this  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ...  The identification of mechanisms was based on the iterative combination of prior literature and our empirical data.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1476127016632758 pmid:28596704 pmcid:PMC5447949 fatcat:rxlmqi63wjbe7ixxzhynf2t32u

Migration as a Source of Suffering in the Context of the Biographical Experience of the Process of Transformation in Poland. Case Study of Weronika's Life History

Joanna Wygnańska
2019 Qualitative Sociology Review  
The article focuses on the case study of the life history of Weronika, a person biographically experiencing the consequences of the transformation process in Poland.  ...  This experience is related to the time of socialization and education, which was difficult for the narrator, and the consequence of which is shown in the text in connection to the narrator's persistence  ...  What is important, based on the knowledge of the whole interview with Weronika, it can be concluded that the thus far stages of the disease have been normalized by the narrator.  ... 
doi:10.18778/1733-8077.15.4.06 fatcat:jgxk2den6rafln3raegmlkx5om

Titelei/Inhaltsverzeichnis

1975 Knowledge organization  
the phenome na under study.  ...  data were found important and adopted as keywords.  ...  The following data are given for each title: author / title I place and year of original edition / place, publisher, and year of the reprint / number of pages / ISBN I cover / price.  ... 
doi:10.5771/0943-7444-1975-1-i fatcat:i4mqr2a4djfxdp63qk4x3bfsfi

Intelligent control systems. I. Quantum computing and self-organization algorithm

L. V. Litvintseva, S. V. Ul'yanov
2009 Journal of computer & systems sciences international  
, controllability, and robustness) is the goal of application of the quan tum self organization control algorithm for knowledge bases used in the control loop.  ...  based on the decomposi tion of knowledge bases.  ...  and correctness of the designed data base [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1134/s1064230709060112 fatcat:lfq46jm6qrgmzf2fbdw6emfhae

The adoption of cloud computing in business organizations for an immediate tactical advantage or making it part of their long-term strategic I.T. plan

Miriam Bahna
2020 Hungarian Agricultural Engineering  
the promotion cycle because it will reshape the method of delivering services of data innovation.  ...  The Information Technology (IT) business ceaselessly endeavours to enhance regarding deploying products or offering services with the approach of new technology, and cloud computing is quickly moving in  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to show the acknowledgment of Szent Istvan University and the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship to support the research work  ... 
doi:10.17676/hae.2020.38.23 fatcat:bhkcg67ptzf4nbhel72zdh3y7e

Bioinformatics: Organisms from Venus, Technology from Jupiter, Algorithms from Mars

Bart De Moor, Kathleen Marchal, Janick Mathys, Yves Moreau
2003 European Journal of Control  
This year 2003 marks the 50 th anniversary of the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA, the basic building structure of all living organisms, by Crick and Watson, in the 1 page landmark paper  ...  We discuss the basics of the technology, how to preprocess the data, and how classical and newly developed algorithms can be used to generate insight in the biological processes that have generated the  ...  Therefore the knowledge models of different data sources need to be integrated.  ... 
doi:10.3166/ejc.9.237-278 fatcat:w26h4jvugjg35abzgqctb2yubi
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