Modular Ontology Design Using Canonical Building Blocks in the Biochemistry Domain

@inproceedings{Thomas2006ModularOD,
  title={Modular Ontology Design Using Canonical Building Blocks in the Biochemistry Domain},
  author={Christopher J. Thomas and Amit P. Sheth and William S. York},
  booktitle={FOIS},
  year={2006}
}
The field of BioInformatics has become a major venue for the development and application of computational ontologies. Ranging from controlled vocabularies to annotation of experimental data to reasoning tasks, BioOntologies are advancing to form a comprehensive knowledge foundation in this field. With the Glycomics Ontology (GlycO), we are aiming at providing both a sufficiently large knowledge base and a schema that allows classification of and reasoning about the concepts we expect to… CONTINUE READING
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