The myGrid ontology: bioinformatics service discovery

@article{Wolstencroft2007TheMO,
  title={The myGrid ontology: bioinformatics service discovery},
  author={Katy Wolstencroft and Pinar Alper and Duncan Hull and Chris Wroe and Phillip W. Lord and Robert Stevens and Carole A. Goble},
  journal={International journal of bioinformatics research and applications},
  year={2007},
  volume={3 3},
  pages={303-25}
}
(my)Grid supports in silico experiments in the life sciences, enabling the design and enactment of workflows as well as providing components to assist service discovery, data and metadata management. The (my)Grid ontology is one component in a larger semantic discovery framework for the identification of the highly distributed and heterogeneous bioinformatics services in the public domain. From an initial model of formal OWL-DL semantics throughout, we now adopt a spectrum of expressivity and… CONTINUE READING
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