Towards a standard ontology metadata model

Hua Min, Stuart Turner, Sherri De Coronado, Brian Davis, Trish Whetzel, Robert Freimuth, Harold R. Solbrig, Richard Kiefer, Michael Riben, Grace A. Stafford, Lawrence Wright, Riki Ohira

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Abstract

Bio-ontologies are becoming increasingly important in semantic alignment for data integration, information exchange, and semantic interoperability. Due to the large number of emerging bio-ontologies, it is challenging for naïve ontology users to search, select, and adopt a "right" ontology for their applications. Therefore, it is important to have a consistent terminology metadata model and a resource for discovering appropriate ontologies or other resource for use in annotating data. This paper aims to seek a common, shareable, and comprehensive method to create, disseminate, and consume metadata about terminology resources.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalCEUR Workshop Proceedings
Volume1747
StatePublished - 2016

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Ontology
Terminology
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Data integration
Interoperability

Keywords

  • Metadata, ontology metadata model
  • Ontology

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  • Computer Science(all)

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Min, H., Turner, S., De Coronado, S., Davis, B., Whetzel, T., Freimuth, R., ... Ohira, R. (2016). Towards a standard ontology metadata model. CEUR Workshop Proceedings, 1747.

Towards a standard ontology metadata model. / Min, Hua; Turner, Stuart; De Coronado, Sherri; Davis, Brian; Whetzel, Trish; Freimuth, Robert; Solbrig, Harold R.; Kiefer, Richard; Riben, Michael; Stafford, Grace A.; Wright, Lawrence; Ohira, Riki.

In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings, Vol. 1747, 2016.

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Min, H, Turner, S, De Coronado, S, Davis, B, Whetzel, T, Freimuth, R, Solbrig, HR, Kiefer, R, Riben, M, Stafford, GA, Wright, L & Ohira, R 2016, 'Towards a standard ontology metadata model', CEUR Workshop Proceedings, vol. 1747.
Min H, Turner S, De Coronado S, Davis B, Whetzel T, Freimuth R et al. Towards a standard ontology metadata model. CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 2016;1747.
Min, Hua ; Turner, Stuart ; De Coronado, Sherri ; Davis, Brian ; Whetzel, Trish ; Freimuth, Robert ; Solbrig, Harold R. ; Kiefer, Richard ; Riben, Michael ; Stafford, Grace A. ; Wright, Lawrence ; Ohira, Riki. / Towards a standard ontology metadata model. In: CEUR Workshop Proceedings. 2016 ; Vol. 1747.
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