Using OWL and Description Logics-Based Classification for Reasoning in Biomedical Applications

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Anatomic reasoning tasks—such as inferring the consequences of penetrating injuries—is challenging because of the complexity and richness of anatomic knowledge. Applications that use ontologies for reasoning tend to be complex and difficult to maintain because the knowledge used to guide reasoning is embedded in the application code. Our hypothesis is that… (More)
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@inproceedings{Rubin2005UsingOA, title={Using OWL and Description Logics-Based Classification for Reasoning in Biomedical Applications}, author={Daniel L. Rubin and Olivier Dameron and Mark A. Musen}, year={2005} }