A collaborative workflow for building ontologies: A case study in the biomedical field

@article{Gacitua2009ACW,
  title={A collaborative workflow for building ontologies: A case study in the biomedical field},
  author={Ricardo Gacitua and Peter Sawyer and Mercedes Arg{\"u}ello Casteleiro and Julio Des and Rogelio Perez and Maria Jesus Fernandez Prieto and Hilary Paniagua},
  journal={2009 Third International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science},
  year={2009},
  pages={121-128}
}
Much medical knowledge is contained within available literature, such as clinical guidelines and protocols. Recently, an interest has been developed in automatic content extraction to construct ontologies of this knowledge to make it more widely available. With groups of domain experts distributed geographically, and the growing amount of medical literature, an important challenge is to develop collaborative workflows to support ways for domain experts to contribute in the ontology learning… CONTINUE READING

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