semantic interoperability


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semantic interoperability

The ability of data shared by information systems to be understood at the level of fully defined domain concepts.
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Tenders are invited for hiring of the development and technical support for the creation of the semantic interoperability manager of the valencian biobank network.
And those changes, along with rapid advances in such technological areas as cognitive computing, semantic interoperability, and cloud computing, offer promise to emerging vendor competitors, while simultaneously threatening some working assumptions about existing technologies and technology providers.
Common ontologies, including: Workflow ontology, domain specific ontology, profiles ontology, goals ontology and a set of ontologies related to these aspects, are used to achieve semantic interoperability.
Managing population health effectively also requires the bidirectional, semantic interoperability of disparate EHR systems.
In the first part, semantic interoperability problem is examined with special emphasis on ontology-based semantic interoperability.
Biology and medicine are among the earliest domains that adopted ontological framework for controlled vocabularies and taxonomy, and facilitating semantic interoperability.
Semantic interoperability deals with data interpretation (schemas) and knowledge representation and exploitation by means of ontologies and agents [22].
Semantic interoperability has become the fundamental challenge with which a new generation of distributed synergic healthcare information system is confronted in the realization of medical and electronic medical records sharing [8-10].
Among their topics are toward semantic interoperability between information systems, a hybrid ontology mediation and mapping approach, relation extraction for semantic web with taxonomic sequential patterns, the automatic evaluation of search ontologies in the entertainment domain using natural language processing, and semantics for energy efficiency in smart home environments.
Cases on semantic interoperability for information systems integration; practices and applications.
2004) handles the concept of resource with emphasis on providing a homogeneous understanding of the terms related to manufacturing, and on improving semantic interoperability and the reuse of knowledge within manufacturing teams in the extended enterprise.
lt;p>"These are two very different standards that are both important for the deployment of SOA (service oriented archhitecture) within large organizations," said Chris Harding, forum director for SOA and semantic interoperability at The Open Group, in a statement.
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