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Extending inner-ear anatomical concepts in the Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA) ontology
The inner ear is physically inaccessible in living humans, which leads to unique difficulties in studying its normal function and pathology as in other human organs. Recently, biosimulation model has gained a significant ...
Where to search top-K biomedical ontologies?
(Oxford University Press, 2018-03-20)
Motivation Searching for precise terms and terminological definitions in the biomedical data space is problematic, as researchers find overlapping, closely related and even equivalent concepts in a single or multiple ...
Improving data workflow systems with cloud services and use of open data for bioinformatics research
(Oxford University Press, 2017-04-16)
Data workflow systems (DWFSs) enable bioinformatics researchers to combine components for data access and data analytics, and to share the final data analytics approach with their collaborators. Increasingly, such systems ...
A deep learning approach to genomics data for population scale clustering and ethnicity prediction
The understanding of variations in genome sequences assists us in identifying people who are predisposed to common diseases, solving rare diseases, and finding corresponding population group of the individuals from a ...
Heterogeneity and Context in Semantic-Web-Enabled HCLS Systems
The need for semantics preserving integration of complex data has been widely recognized in the healthcare domain. While standards such as Health Level Seven (HL7) have been developed in this direction, they have mostly ...