Fast, Cheap and Out of Control: A Zero Curation Model for Ontology Development

@article{Good2005FastCA,
  title={Fast, Cheap and Out of Control: A Zero Curation Model for Ontology Development},
  author={Benjamin M. Good and Erin M. Tranfield and Poh C. Tan and Marlene Shehata and Gurpreet K. Singhera and John Gosselink and Elena B. Okon and Mark D. Wilkinson},
  journal={Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing. Pacific Symposium on Biocomputing},
  year={2005},
  pages={
          128-39
        }
}
During two days at a conference focused on circulatory and respiratory health, 68 volunteers untrained in knowledge engineering participated in an experimental knowledge capture exercise. These volunteers created a shared vocabulary of 661 terms, linking these terms to each other and to a pre-existing upper ontology by adding 245 hyponym relationships and 340 synonym relationships. While ontology-building has proved to be an expensive and labor-intensive process using most existing… CONTINUE READING
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