From Ontology to Semantic Similarity: Calculation of Ontology-Based Semantic Similarity

@inproceedings{Gan2013FromOT,
  title={From Ontology to Semantic Similarity: Calculation of Ontology-Based Semantic Similarity},
  author={Mingxin Gan and Xue Dou and Rui Jiang},
  booktitle={TheScientificWorldJournal},
  year={2013}
}
Advances in high-throughput experimental techniques in the past decade have enabled the explosive increase of omics data, while effective organization, interpretation, and exchange of these data require standard and controlled vocabularies in the domain of biological and biomedical studies. Ontologies, as abstract description systems for domain-specific knowledge composition, hence receive more and more attention in computational biology and bioinformatics. Particularly, many applications… CONTINUE READING
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