Composite annotations: requirements for mapping multiscale data and models to biomedical ontologies
2009) Composite annotations: requirements for mapping multiscale data and models to biomedical ontologies. In Proceedings, Engineering in Medicine and Biology Conference, Montreal. (
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Abstract—Current methods for annotating biomedical data resources rely on simple mappings between data elements and the contents of a variety of biomedical ontologies and controlled vocabularies. Here we point out that such simple mappings are inadequate for large-scale multiscale, multidomain integrative “virtual human” projects. For such integrative challenges, we describe a “composite annotation” schema that is simple yet sufficiently extensible for mapping the biomedical content of a variety of data sources and biosimulation models to available biomedical ontologies.
|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Projects:||Ontology of Physics for Biology|
|Deposited By:||Franklin, Joshua Daniel|
|Deposited On:||26 February 2010|