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By Albert Burger, Duncan Davidson, Richard Baldock

This publication offers a well timed and first-of-its-kind selection of papers on anatomy ontologies. it really is interdisciplinary in its strategy, bringing jointly the correct services from computing and biomedical experiences. The publication goals to supply readers with a complete realizing of the rules of anatomical ontologies and the-state-of-the-art when it comes to current instruments and purposes. It additionally highlights demanding situations that stay at the present time.

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2a). , automated reasoning and error checking), each term in the ontology is required to have at least one parent with an is a relationship. This specifies that every term in PSO is at least a subclass of plant structure. Several terms with missing is a relationship were detected in PSO by using the software tool Obol [17], and we are currently trying to assign a parent with an is a relationship to every term that is missing such a relationship. The part of relationship represents a component or subset relationship.

Of particular importance are the relations of tissues and substances to structures and representation of characteristics collective effects of entities such as cells, One approach to this issue is discussed here. Finally, there is currently no expressively adequate and computationally tractable means for expressing abnormal and variant anatomy. All resources are explicitly about ”normative anatomy”. e. the labeling of entities from their formal definitions and relations. Clinicians frequently use terms that anatomist now consider obsolete or deprecated.

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