Using schema transforation pathways for biological data integration

@inproceedings{Fan2008UsingST,
  title={Using schema transforation pathways for biological data integration},
  author={Hao Fan and Fei Wang},
  year={2008}
}
In web environments, proteomics data integra-tionin the life sciences needs to handle the problem of data conflicts arising from the het-erogeneity of data resources and from incom-patibilities between the inputs and outputs of services used in the analysis of the resources. The integration of complex, fast changing bio-logical data repositories can be potentially sup-ported by Grid computing to enable distributed data analysis. This paper presents an approach addressing the data conflict… CONTINUE READING

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