Vaidurya: A multiple-ontology, concept-based, context-sensitive clinical-guideline search engine

@article{Moskovitch2009VaiduryaAM,
  title={Vaidurya: A multiple-ontology, concept-based, context-sensitive clinical-guideline search engine},
  author={Robert Moskovitch and Yuval Shahar},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={
          11-21
        }
}
We designed and implemented a generic search engine (Vaidurya), as part of our Digital clinical-Guideline Library (DeGeL) framework. Two search methods were implemented in addition to full-text search: (1) concept-based search, which relies on pre-indexing the guidelines in a clinically meaningful fashion, and (2) context-sensitive search, which relies on first semi-structuring the guidelines according to a given ontology, then searching for terms within specific labeled text segments. The… CONTINUE READING

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