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The access to medical information (journals, blogs, web-pages, dictionaries, and texts) has been increased due to availability of many digital media. In particular, finding an appropriate structure that represents the information contained in texts is not a trivial task. One of the structures for modeling the knowledge are ontologies. An ontology refers to(More)
Ontologies provide a structural organizational knowledge, they support the exchange and sharing of information. Moreover, one of the main benefits of using ontologies is the ability to infer new knowledge that allows the development of more realistic applications such as semantic search, automated reasoning, classification, query answering, among others.(More)
Finding an appropriate structure that represents the information contained in texts is not a trivial task. There are different structures for modeling the knowledge, such as: ontologies, taxonomies, thesaurus, and semantic networks. Ontologies are especially useful because they support the exchange and sharing of information. An important task in ontology(More)