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SQWRL: A Query Language for OWL
A method for detecting core faults includes positioning a magnetic yoke near at least one tooth of the core, and measuring a signal resulting from the injected magnetic flux and using the measured signal to detect core faults.
Supporting Rule System Interoperability on the Semantic Web with SWRL
This paper describes the development of a configurable interoperation environment for SWRL built in Protege-OWL, the most widely-used OWL development platform, and integrated the popular Jess rule engine into this environment, thus providing one of the first steps on the path to rule integration on the Web.
A Method for Representing and Querying Temporal Information in OWL
- M. O'Connor, Amar K. Das
- Computer ScienceInternational Joint Conference on Biomedical…
- 20 January 2010
The approach uses a lightweight temporal model to encode the temporal dimension of data and uses the OWL-based Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) and the SWRL-based OWL query language SQWRL to reason with and query the temporal information represented using the model.
DataMaster – a Plug-in for Importing Schemas and Data from Relational Databases into Protégé
DataMaster is presented, a Protege plug-in that supports the importing of schema structure and data from relational databases into Proge and can be used with any relational database with JDBC/ODBC drivers.
Mapping Master: A Flexible Approach for Mapping Spreadsheets to OWL
The developed language, called M2, overcomes shortcomings with existing mapping techniques, including their restriction to well-formed spreadsheets reminiscent of a single relational database table and verbose syntax for expressing mapping rules when transforming spreadsheet contents into OWL.
Writing Rules for the Semantic Web Using SWRL and Jess
An open-source rule editor for SWRL that operates within the Protege OWL Plugin, the most widely-used OWL development platform, and provides a mechanism that allows third-party rule engines to be tightly integrated with the editor.
RASTA: A Distributed Temporal Abstraction System to Facilitate Knowledge-Driven Monitoring of Clinical Databases
A temporal reasoning system called RASTA is described that uses a distributed algorithm that enables it to deal with large data sets, and the algorithm also supports a variety of configuration options, enabling RASA toDeal with a range of application requirements.
Implementing clinical practice guidelines while taking account of changing evidence: ATHENA DSS, an easily modifiable decision-support system for managing hypertension in primary care
The ATHENA Decision Support System (DSS), which operationalizes guidelines for hypertension using the EON architecture, has physical and logical data independence from the legacy Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) supplying the patient data, so it can be integrated into a variety of electronic medical record systems.
NCBO Ontology Recommender 2.0: an enhanced approach for biomedical ontology recommendation
- M. M. Romero, C. Jonquet, M. O'Connor, J. Graybeal, A. Pazos, M. Musen
- Computer ScienceJournal of Biomedical Semantics
- 18 November 2016
A new version of the NCBO Ontology Recommender, which suggests relevant ontologies for annotating biomedical text data, combines the strengths of its predecessor with a range of adjustments and new features that improve its reliability and usefulness.
Knowledge-based bioterrorism surveillance
An argument for knowledge-based surveillance is presented, a prototype of BioSTORM, a system for real-time epidemic surveillance is described, and an initial evaluation of this system is shown applied to a simulated epidemic from a bioterrorism attack.