Amina Annane

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Even if multilingual ontologies are now more common, for historical reasons, in the biomedical domain, many ontologies or terminologies have been translated from one natural language to another resulting in two potentially aligned ontologies but with their own specificity (e.g., format, developers, and versions). Most often, there is no formal(More)
This paper presents a novel background knowledge approach which selects and combines existing mappings from a given biomedical ontology repository to improve ontology alignment. Current background knowledge approaches usually select either manually or automatically a limited number of different ontologies and use them as a whole for background knowledge.(More)
Knowledge Management Systems are a special class of information systems that support the knowledge management processes. One of the most important barriers that could compromise the KMS implementation is the cost related to the acquisition and the maintenance of the required IT infrastructure. This paper presents how cloud computing could be an alternative(More)
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