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1. (�) Distributed XQuery-based integration and visualization of multimodality brain mapping data - Landon T Detwiler; Dan Suciu; David P Corina; George A Ojemann; James F Brinkley
This paper addresses the need for relatively small groups of collaborating investigators to ... continues to be ad hoc. Our approach to this problem is to create a “lightweight” distributed
- 28-oct-2015

2. (�) Neuroanatomical domain of the foundational model of anatomy ontology - Nichols, B Nolan; Mejino, Jose LV; Detwiler, Landon T; Nilsen, Trond T; Martone, Maryann E; Turner, Jessica A; Rubin, Daniel L; Brinkley, James F
- 08-mar-2014

3. (�) A Query Integrator and Manager for the Query Web - Brinkley, James F.; Detwiler, Landon T.;
and the semantic web, and a Query Web Integrator and Manager (QI) that enables the Query Web to evolve. QI permits users to write, save and reuse queries over any web accessible source, including
- 02-oct-2013

4. (�) Processes and Problems in the Formative Evaluation of an Interface to the Foundational Model of Anatomy Knowledge Base - Linda G. Shapiro; Emily Chung; Landon T. Detwiler; José L. V; Augusto V. Agoncillo; Biomedical Informatics; Address Correspondence To
70,000 terms that refer to the anatomical entities, which together with 1.6 million structural ... need to evaluate not just classes but also relationships. To meet this challenge the authors have
(application/pdf) - 26-ago-2012

5. (�) vSPARQL: A View Definition Language for the Semantic Web - Shaw, Marianne; Detwiler, Landon T; Noy, N. F.; Brinkley, James F; Suciu, Dan
Translational medicine applications would like to leverage the biological and biomedical ontologies ... applications to specify the exact content that they are interested in and how that content should be
(pdf - 12-abr-2012

6. (�) Application of Neuroanatomical Ontologies for Neuroimaging Data Annotation - Turner, Jessica A.; Mejino, Jose L. V.; Brinkley, James F.; Detwiler, Landon T.; Lee, Hyo Jong; Martone, Maryann E.; Rubin, Daniel L.
challenging, due to the diversity of terminologies of neuroanatomical structures and cortical parcellation schemes. To address this challenge, we extended the Foundational Model of Anatomy Ontology (FMA
- 30-jul-2011

7. (�) Distributed Queries for Quality Control Checks in Clinical Trials - Nichols, Nolan; Detwiler, Landon T; Franklin, Joshua D; Brinkley, James F
information in order to populate QC checks that can facilitate discrepancy resolution workflow in
(pdf; other - 27-jul-2011

8. (�) Value Sets via Ontology Views - Detwiler, Landon T; Brinkley, James F
We present a method for defining value sets as queries over ontologies (ontology views), and a mecha ...
(pdf; other - 27-jul-2011

9. (�) Intelligent Queries over BIRN Data using the Foundational Model of Anatomy and a Distributed Query-Based Data Integration System - Brinkley, James F; Turner, Jessica A; Detwiler, Landon T; Mejino, Jose L V; Martone, Maryanne E; Rubin, Daniel L
We demonstrate the usefulness of the Foundational Model of Anatomy (FMA) ontology in reconciling different neuroanatomical parcellation schemes in order to facilitate automatic annotation and
(other; pdf - 27-jul-2011

10. (�) Ontology View Query Management - Detwiler, Landon T; Shaw, Marianne; Brinkley, James F
ontologies rather than tables. To enhance the reusability of such views, we are constructing a view Query Manager application. The Query Manager allows queries to be edited, executed, and stored for reuse
(other; pdf - 27-jul-2011

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