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Ontologies in Medicine (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics)

by Domenico M Pisanelli

  • 104 Want to read
  • 17 Currently reading

Published by I O S Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine: General Issues,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • General,
  • Research,
  • Expert systems (Computer scien,
  • Knowledge representation (Info,
  • Knowledge representation (Information theory),
  • Medical informatics,
  • Ontology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages165
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12317579M
    ISBN 101586034189
    ISBN 109781586034184

    An innovative and modern integration concept from computer science (or more specifically the area of Semantic Web) is the so-called Enterprise Knowledge Graph (EKG) Galkin, Auer, Kim, et al. The Handbook on Ontologies provides a comprehensive overview of the current status and future prospectives of the field of ontologies. The handbook demonstrates standards that have been created recently, it surveys methods that have been developed and it shows how to bring both into practice of ontology infrastructures and applications that are.

    The LHNCBC Medical Ontology Research project encompasses basic research on biomedical terminologies and ontologies and their applications to natural language processing, clinical decision support, translational medicine, data integration and interoperability. In the past few years, our research has focused on the integration, dissemination, quality assurance and applications of drug ontologies. Books shelved as ontology: Being and Time by Martin Heidegger, Naming and Necessity by Saul A. Kripke, The Democracy of Objects by Levi Bryant, The Myth.

    Progress and Challenges in Precision Medicine presents an insightful overview to the myriad factors of personalized and precision medicine. The availability of the human genome, large amounts of data on individual genetic variations, environmental interactions, influence of lifestyle, and cutting-edge tools and technologies for big-data analysis have led to the age of personalized and. The National Center for Biomedical Ontology was founded as one of the National Centers for Biomedical Computing, supported by the NHGRI, the NHLBI, and the NIH .


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Ontologies in Medicine (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics) by Domenico M Pisanelli Download PDF EPUB FB2

The aim of this book is both to review fundamental theoretical issues on ontologies and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ontological approach by illustrating real case studies. The first paper shows the usefulness of an ontological approach for solving some problems arising in medicine.

This book introduces the key concepts and applications of ontologies and ontology languages in bioinformatics and will be an essential guide for bioinformaticists, computer scientists, and life science three parts of Ontologies for Bioinformatics ask, and answer, Ontologies in Medicine book pivotal questions: what ontologies are; how ontologies are Cited by: Ontologies in Medicine (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics) [Domenico M.

Pisanelli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. It is generally acknowledged by the scientific community that ontologies may give a significant contribution to the design and implementation of better and more interoperable information systemsCited by: It is now widely acknowledged that ontologies can make a significant contribution to the design and implementation of information systems in the medical field.

The aim of this book is both to review fundamental theoretical issues in ontology and to demonstrate the practical effectiveness of Price: $ COVID Resources.

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The aim of this book is both to review fundamental theoretical issues on ontologies and to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ontological approach by illustrating real case studies.

The first paper (by Pisanelli and Gangemi) show the usefulness of an ontological approach for solving some problems arising in. Ontologies in medicine: The use of ontologies in medicine is mainly focussed on the representation and (re-)organization of medical terminologies. Physicians developed their own specialized languages and lexicons to help them store and communicate general medical knowledge and.

In focusing on the political spaces where water ontologies meet, our approach is not designed to uncover or depict any individual ontology; rather, it is an approach that focuses on the practical and political implications of enabling or silencing diverse worlds, and calling into question the ontological assumptions that underpin dominant forms of water governance.

"The LHNCBC Medical Ontology Research project encompasses basic research on biomedical terminologies and ontologies and their applications to natural language processing, clinical decision support, translational medicine, data integration and interoperability.".

In computer science and information science, an ontology encompasses a representation, formal naming and definition of the categories, properties and relations between the concepts, data and entities that substantiate one, many or all domains of simply, an ontology is a way of showing the properties of a subject area and how they are related, by defining a set of concepts and.

What are Ontologies. An ontology is a formal description of knowledge as a set of concepts within a domain and the relationships that hold between them.

To enable such a description, we need to formally specify components such as individuals (instances of objects), classes, attributes and relations as well as restrictions, rules and axioms. Ontologies are used in many disciplines, but are most commonly associated with Artificial Intelligence (AI), and possibly Natural Language Processing (NLP) applications.

However, a less likely application of ontologies, and an area of interest for me is with Data Integration and Knowledge Management systems. A set of interoperable ontologies covering the infectious disease domain.

At the core of the set is a general Infectious Disease Ontology (IDO-Core) of entities relevant to both biomedical and clinical aspects of most infectious : Marisa Conte.

Ontologies and Medical Terminologies: /ch The term “Ontology” was popularized in Computer Science by Thomas Gruber at the Stanford Knowledge Systems Lab (KSL). Gruber’s highly influential papersAuthor: James Geller.

Ontologies, as the foundational component of semantic technologies, provide a framework for the "standardization of concepts and relationships used to describe and represent an area of knowledge", in order to support interoperability and facilitate access and reuse of knowledge (W3C).

About the Book. This first general textbook An introduction to ontology engineering has as main aim to provide the reader with a comprehensive introductory overview of ontology engineering.

A secondary aim is to provide hands-on experience in ontology development that illustrate the : Maria Keet. Guideline Representation Ontologies for Evidence-Based Medicine Practice: /ch An ontology in the context of guideline representation is a specification of conceptualizations that constitutes evidence-based clinical practice by: 3.

Conversely, The BioPortal comprises a higher rate of ontologies useful in different branches of medicine. Out of its ontologies, 85 are categorized as health-related. This includes 8 related to neurological disorders, 5 related to immunology.

There are general ontologies such as the Pediatric Terminology, Ontology of Pneumology, Infectious Cited by: 5. This book addresses the important, 2,year-old challenge of how to soundly formalize the content and organization of scientific knowledge.

As a user and teacher of ontological methods in medicine and engineering I have for years warned my students that the design of domain ontologies is a black art with no theoretical foundations and few practical principles.

An ontology is a formal description of concepts and relationships that can exist for a community of human and/or machine agents. The notion of ontologies is crucial for the purpose of enabling knowledge sharing and reuse.

The Handbook on Ontologies provides a comprehensive overview of the current. Ontologies of specific interest to the philosophy of medicine include, for instance: (1) the ontological revolution which made modern science, in general, possible, (2) Cartesian dualism which makes modern medicine, in particular, possible, (3) the monogenenic conception of disease which has informed clinical medicine for a century or so and."Graham’s The Politics of Pain Medicine is an exemplary integration of rhetorical studies, science and technology studies, and material ontologies of human being.

With careful and textured analyses of research and medical efforts aimed at remediating the ineluctably interconnected biological, psychological, and social dimensions of pain, Graham both articulates and effects an ontological.The Artificial-Intelligence literature contains many definitions of an ontology; many of these contradict one another.

For the purposes of this guide an ontology is a formal explicit description of concepts in a domain of discourse (classes (sometimes called concepts)), properties of each concept describing various features and attributes of the concept (slots (sometimes called roles or.