Demonstrating a linked data platform for finite element biosimulations of cochlear mechanics
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Mehdi, Muntazir , Khan, Yasar , Freitas, Yasar , Jares, Joao, Hasapis, Panagiotis , & Sahay, Ratnesh (2015). Demonstrating a Linked Data Platform for Finite Element Biosimulations of Cochlear Mechanics. Paper presented at the 14th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, 11-15 October.
Biosimulations employ Finite Element Method (FEM) to simulate complex biological systems in order to understand different aspects of human organs. The applications of FEM biosimulations range from human ear cochlear mechanics, cardiovascular, to neurovascular research. Performing these large Finite Element (FE) simulations, comparison and analysis of multiple simulation experiment results, and visualization of large FEM numerical data is a time consuming hectic job for domain experts - mainly because simulations are performed in an isolated environment. In this paper, we demonstrate a linked data platform to dispatch simulations on biosimulation models for the inner-ear (cochlear) mechanics in an integrated non-isolated environment.