Populating ontologies in biomedicine and presenting their content using multilingual generation

  title={Populating ontologies in biomedicine and presenting their content using multilingual generation},
  author={Vangelis Karkaletsis and Alexandros G. Valarakos and Constantine D. Spyropoulos},
This paper discusses the use of ontologies for the representation and management of domain and language-specific knowledge in the field of biomedicine. It outlines a methodology for the semi-automatic population of domain knowledge from relevant corpora exploiting natural language processing and machine learning techniques and proposes the combination of ontology population with natural language generation techniques for rendering the content of the populated ontologies in different natural… CONTINUE READING


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