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On Using Conceptual Data Modeling for Ontology Engineering
An ontology engineering-framework that enables reusing conceptual modeling approaches in modeling and representing ontologies, and an ontology-engineering tool that implements the ideas presented in the paper.
Properties of the 120,000- and 95,000-dalton actin-binding proteins from Dictyostelium discoideum and their possible functions in assembling the cytoplasmic matrix
- J. Condeelis, M. Vahey, J. Carboni, J. Demey, S. Ogihara
- BiologyThe Journal of cell biology
- 1 July 1984
The cell cortex of Dictyostelium amebae contains an actin-rich cytoplasmic matrix. Changes in geometry of this matrix are believed to regulate protrusive activity and motility of the cell cortex. Two…
A Markup Language for ORM Business Rules
This paper adopts the well-known CM technique of ORM, which has a rich complement of business rule specification, and develops ORM-ML, an XML-based markup language for ORm, and gives a complete formal definition ("grammar") of ORm-ML as an XML Schema.
A Conceptual Markup Language That Supports Interoperability between Business Rule Modeling Systems
This paper adopts the well-known CM technique of ORM, which has a rich complement of business rule specification, and develops ORM-ML, an XML-based markup language for ORM that can save these ORM schemas in a more machine exchangeable way that suits networked environments.
Less frequent dosing of erythropoiesis stimulating agents in patients undergoing dialysis: a European multicentre cost study
Calculated variable costs involved with the process of delivering erythropoiesis stimulating agents in European dialysis practices show ESA administration has quantifiable labour and material costs which are affected by dosing frequency.
Symposium on Cellular Locomotion held in Noordwijkerhout on 12–15 May 1981 at the Annual Meeting of the European Tissue Culture Society
A self-configuring semantic decision table For parameterizing an ontology-based data matching strategy
- Yan Tang, R. Meersman, J. Demey
- Computer ScienceFIFTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RESEARCH…
- 19 May 2011
An ontology-based data matching strategy, which has been developed and used for competency matching in the fields of human resource management and eLearning/training, is used to demonstrate how semantic decision table (SDT) can be used.
Regional PACS and Radiation Dose
- E. Bellon, T. Deprez, B. V. D. Bosch
- Medicine, Political ScienceInternational Journal of Computer Assisted…
The experience in extending the PACS of the university hospital to a number of other hospitals and on migrating from the legacy systems are reported on.
Strategies for sharing images in a hospital network