Knowledge engineering tools for reasoning with scientific observations and interpretations: a neural connectivity use case

@inproceedings{Russ2011KnowledgeET,
  title={Knowledge engineering tools for reasoning with scientific observations and interpretations: a neural connectivity use case},
  author={Thomas A. Russ and Cartic Ramakrishnan and Eduard H. Hovy and Mihail Bota and Gully A. P. C. Burns},
  booktitle={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2011}
}
We address the goal of curating observations from published experiments in a generalizable form; reasoning over these observations to generate interpretations and then querying this interpreted knowledge to supply the supporting evidence. We present web-application software as part of the 'BioScholar' project (R01-GM083871) that fully instantiates this process for a well-defined domain: using tract-tracing experiments to study the neural connectivity of the rat brain. The main contribution of… CONTINUE READING
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