Browse by Subject "ontologies"
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(iSchools, 2013-02)With the proliferation of bio-ontologies in the molecular biological community, concern remains about their quality. There are a number of frameworks and models have been developed to assess the quality of Gene Ontology, ...
(2006-12-01)Two important technological trends are converging: 1) The first involves the change in researcher behavior that is occurring in response to the use of comprehensive indexing and navigation environments such as Google Scholar ...
(2010-02-03)Students' demand for rich, multimedia content to be incorporated into their learning process has driven teachers to use online resources. With its accessibility and explosive growth of content, the NSDL repositories are ...
(Oxford University Press, 1993)We examine the claim that "text is an ordered hierarchy of content objects"; this thesis was affirmed by the authors, and others, in the late 1980s and has been associated with certain approaches to text processing and the ...
Standard Domain Ontologies: The Rate Limiting Step for the Next Big Change in Scientific Communication (2007-04-27)The long awaited emergence of high-function scientific publishing may, finally, be near. There will soon be the tools, structured data, and communication infrastructure that will allow researchers to use new and innovative ...
(2016-02-28)Taxonomy is the branch of science concerned with classi- fying organisms: drawing the line between cats and dogs, fish and fowl, animals and vegetables. Modern taxonomic work is built on a hundreds-year-old tradition of ...