Show simple item record Soldatova, Larisa 2009-04-27T14:04:18Z 2009-04-27T14:04:18Z 2007
dc.identifier.citation Soldatova, Larisa, ART - an ontology based article preparation tool, JISC Project Plan, 2007 en
dc.description Partner Institutions:- University of Bath, UCOLN. University College London, Department of Chemistry. Royal Society of Chemistry, RSC Publishing The expected outputs of the project are as follows: 1. ART - a tool for preparing scientific articles in enriched semantic format. 2. An example digital repository of articles in enriched semantic format. 3. A user manual for the ART tool. 4. A guideline for semantic mark-up of papers. 5. Report on the minimum information required for representing papers. 6. A paper and a presentation at a workshop level describing the ART project goals. 7. A journal paper (BMC Bioinformatics or higher) describing the ART project results and applications. en
dc.description.abstract Ontologies have been proven as a solid theoretical foundation for the development of information systems. They provide consistency and comprehensibility of underlying logic and building blocks. We will use EXPO as a core ontology for the developing an ART tool. EXPO is generic domain independent ontology and will ensure applicability of the ART system to various domains. We will also reuse appropriate for scientific mark-up ontological classes from OBI (Ontology for Biomedical Investigations) [] and FuGE (Functional Genomics Experiment) [] projects. However existing ontologies still do not cover well enough the area of semantic representation of scientific articles. The most important missing part is a representation of theoretical methods. We will need to formalize a description of theories in order to semantically represent papers containing theoretical sections. The aim of the ART project is to develop a tool ART based on a generic ontology of experiments EXPO for semantic representation of scientific articles. The main objectives of the project are:  Developing an ontology based format for semantic representation of scientific papers;  Translating scientific papers into the proposed format with an explicit semantics.  Explicit linking of repository papers to data (where available) and metadata.  Creation of an example intelligent digital repository. Semantically rich and theoretically sound ontological representation will provide metadata to annotate papers stored in digital repositories. An ontology based tool ART will be developed to automate the process of translating the papers into the proposed semantic format. en
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dc.publisher Aberystwyth University en
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dc.title ART - an ontology based article preparation tool en
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