• Corpus ID: 9527305

Semantic mashup of biomedical data 1

@inproceedings{2008SemanticMO,
  title={Semantic mashup of biomedical data 1},
  author={},
  year={2008}
}
  • Published 2008
  • Computer Science
As the diversity and quantity of Web-accessible data in the biomedical domain grow, there are increasing benefits in empowering end-user scientists, working on their own, to integrate the various sources of data. Traditionally, significant programming effort has been required to parse and integrate heterogeneous datasets prior to enabling scientists to answer interesting questions. The heterogeneity includes different data formats, information models, and terminologies. Recently, a new breed of… 

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