UMLS to DBPedia link discovery through circular resolution

@article{Cuzzola2018UMLSTD,
  title={UMLS to DBPedia link discovery through circular resolution},
  author={John Cuzzola and Ebrahim Bagheri and Jelena Jovanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association},
  year={2018},
  volume={25},
  pages={819–826}
}
Objective The goal of this work is to map Unified Medical Language System (UMLS) concepts to DBpedia resources using widely accepted ontology relations from the Simple Knowledge Organization System (skos:exactMatch, skos:closeMatch) and from the Resource Description Framework Schema (rdfs:seeAlso), as a result of which a complete mapping from UMLS (UMLS 2016AA) to DBpedia (DBpedia 2015-10) is made publicly available that includes 221 690 skos:exactMatch, 26 276 skos:closeMatch, and 6 784 322… 

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