Modeling Life Science Knowledge with OWL 1.1

@inproceedings{Dumontier2008ModelingLS,
  title={Modeling Life Science Knowledge with OWL 1.1},
  author={Michel Dumontier and Natalia Villanueva-Rosales},
  booktitle={OWLED},
  year={2008}
}
The OWL 1.1 specification has created new opportunities for the design of increasingly expressive and useful ontologies in the modeling of life science knowledge. Here, we describe the application of expressive features in the design of an ontology of basic relations and how, in combination with an upper level ontology, they can be used to guide the formulation of life science knowledge. We report on our experiences to enhance existing ontologies so as to facilitate knowledge representation and… CONTINUE READING

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