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Biomedical ontologies are heavily used to annotate data, and different ontologies are often interlinked by ontology mappings. These ontology-based mappings and annotations are used in many applications and analysis tasks. Since biomedical ontologies are continuously updated dependent artifacts can become outdated and need to undergo evolution as well. Hence there is a need for largely automated approaches to keep ontology-based mappings up-to-date in the presence of evolving ontologies. In thisdoi:10.1016/j.csbj.2016.08.002 pmid:27642503 pmcid:PMC5018063 fatcat:r23f4wbdfraj7ni4vws32sjk5u