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[BIONT] Integrating development of my ontology framework into Ontology Task Force?

From: Matthias Samwald <samwald@gmx.at>
Date: Tue, 23 May 2006 15:48:13 +0200
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As a part of my PhD project, I am developing a multi-purpose ontology framework for the representation of biomedical information and model simulations. It is quite exceptional in its design and goals (e.g. high flexibility, based on top-level ontologies like DOLCE and SKOS, ability to represent model simulations, solving the classes-versus-instances problem).

You can view a very short description of its design principles here:
http://neuroscientific.net/index.php?id=43

The current development version of the ontology can be downloaded here:
http://neuroscientific.net/index.php?id=download

(there seem to be a minor bug when displaying this ontology in Protege - some properties are shown for classes where they do not belong to. I hope I will be able to eliminate the cause of this soon)

I would like to integrate the development of this ontology into the Ontology Task Force, if it is welcome and not too much out of scope.

kind regards,
Matthias Samwald
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