The FungalWeb Ontology: Application Scenarios

Abstract

The FungalWeb Ontology aims to support the data integration needs of enzyme biotechnology from inception to product roll out. Serving as a knowledge base for decision support, the conceptualization seeks to link fungal species with enzymes, enzyme substrates, enzyme classifications, enzyme modifications, enzyme retail and applications. We demonstrate how the FungalWeb Ontology supports this remit by presenting application scenarios, conceptualizations of the ontological frame able to support these scenarios and semantic queries typical of a Biotech Manager. Queries to the knowledge base are answered with description logic (DL) and automated reasoning tools.

Reference

Christopher J. O. Baker, René Witte, Arash Shaban-Nejad, Greg Butler, and Volker Haarslev, The FungalWeb Ontology: Application Scenarios. Eighth Annual Bio-Ontologies Meeting, June 24, 2005, Detroit, Michigan, USA.

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@InProceedings{BWSBH05,
  author = 	 {Christopher J.\,O. Baker and Ren{\'{e}} Witte 
     and Arash Shaban-Nejad and Greg Butler and Volker Haarslev},
  title = 	 {{The FungalWeb Ontology: Application Scenarios}},
  booktitle =	 {Eighth Annual Bio-Ontologies Meeting},
  pages =	 {1--2},
  year =	 {2005},
  address =	 {Detroit, Michigan, USA},
  month =	 {June 24}
}

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