Using Compact Coevolutionary Algorithm for Matching Biomedical Ontologies

@article{Xue2018UsingCC,
  title={Using Compact Coevolutionary Algorithm for Matching Biomedical Ontologies},
  author={Xingsi Xue and Jie Chen and Junfeng Chen and Dongxu Chen},
  journal={Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience},
  year={2018},
  volume={2018}
}
  • Xingsi XueJie Chen Dongxu Chen
  • Published 8 October 2018
  • Computer Science
  • Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience
Over the recent years, ontologies are widely used in various domains such as medical records annotation, medical knowledge representation and sharing, clinical guideline management, and medical decision-making. To implement the cooperation between intelligent applications based on biomedical ontologies, it is crucial to establish correspondences between the heterogeneous biomedical concepts in different ontologies, which is so-called biomedical ontology matching. Although Evolutionary… 

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