Unifying heterogeneous and distributed information about marine species through the top level ontology MarineTLO

@article{Tzitzikas2015UnifyingHA,
  title={Unifying heterogeneous and distributed information about marine species through the top level ontology MarineTLO},
  author={Yannis Tzitzikas and Carlo Allocca and Chryssoula Bekiari and Yannis Marketakis and Pavlos Fafalios and Martin Doerr and Nikos Minadakis and Theodore Patkos and Leonardo Candela},
  journal={Program},
  year={2015},
  volume={50},
  pages={16-40}
}
Purpose – Marine species data are scattered across a series of heterogeneous repositories and information systems. There is no repository that can claim to have all marine species data. Moreover, information on marine species are made available through different formats and protocols. The purpose of this paper is to provide models and methods that allow integrating such information either for publishing it, browsing it or querying it. Aiming at providing a valid and reliable knowledge ground… CONTINUE READING

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