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dc.contributor.authorNovacek, Viten
dc.contributor.authorHandschuh, Siegfrieden
dc.contributor.authorDavis, Brianen
dc.identifier.citationVit Novacek, Loredana Laera, Siegfried Handschuh, Brian Davis "Infrastructure for Dynamic Knowledge Integration -- Automated Biomedical Ontology Extension Using Textual Resources", Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 41(4), 2008.en
dc.description.abstractWe present a novel ontology integration technique that explicitly takes the dynamics and data-intensiveness of e-health and biomedicine application domains into account. Changing and growing knowledge, possibly contained in unstructured natural language resources, is handled by application of cutting-edge Semantic Web technologies. In particular, semi-automatic integration of ontology learning results into a manually developed ontology is employed. This integration bases on automatic negotiation of agreed alignments, inconsistency resolution and natural language generation methods. Their novel combination alleviates the end-user effort in the incorporation of new knowledge to large extent. This allows for efficient application in many practical use cases, as we show in the paper.en
dc.subjectDynamic ontology integrationen
dc.subjectOntology evolutionen
dc.subjectOntology alignment and negotiationen
dc.subjectOntology learningen
dc.subjectBiomedical ontologiesen
dc.subjectKnowledge acquisitionen
dc.subject.lcshKnowledge acquisition (Expert systems)en
dc.subject.lcshLifecycle, Humanen
dc.titleInfrastructure for Dynamic Knowledge Integration -- Automated Biomedical Ontology Extension Using Textual Resourcesen
dc.contributor.funderKnowledge Weben

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