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Problems and Solutions with Integrating Terminologies into Evolving Knowledge Bases

Rickard, K. L. and Mejino, Jose L V and Martin, Richard F and Agoncillo, Augusto V and Rosse, Cornelius (2004) Problems and Solutions with Integrating Terminologies into Evolving Knowledge Bases. In Proceedings, MedInfo 2004, pages pp. 420-424, San Francisco, CA.

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Abstract

We have merged two established anatomical terminologies with an evolving ontology of biological structure: the Foundational Model of Anatomy. We describe the problems we have encountered and the solutions we have developed. We believe that both the problems and solutions generalize to the integration of any legacy terminology with a disciplined ontology within the same domain.

Item Type:Conference Paper
Keywords:Terminology integration, Knowledge representation, Ontology, Anatomy, Neuroanatomy, medinfo2004
Projects:Foundational Model of Anatomy, Human Brain Project
Subjects:SIG Publications
ID Code:160
Deposited By:Hinshaw, Kevin
Deposited On:12 October 2004