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ARTMED
2006
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A formal theory for spatial representation and reasoning in biomedical ontologies
Objective: The objective of this paper is to demonstrate how a formal spatial theory can be used as an important tool for disambiguating the spatial information embodied in biomed...
Maureen Donnelly, Thomas Bittner, Cornelius Rosse
BIOINFORMATICS
2007
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The qualitative and time-dependent character of spatial relations in biomedical ontologies
The formal representation of mereological aspects of canonical anatomy (parthood relations) is relatively well understood. The formal representation of other aspects of canonical ...
Thomas Bittner, Louis J. Goldberg
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