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RE: Advancing translational research with the Semantic Web

From: Eric Neumann <eneumann@teranode.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2007 08:36:07 -0400
Message-ID: <A3970D83EC72E84B8D2C2400CD6F0B9F0254331B@MI8NYCMAIL16.Mi8.com>
To: samwald@gmx.at, public-semweb-lifesci@w3.org

For those of you not too familiar with Named Graphs, here is a simple example based on Matthias' construct using the TriG [1] NamedGraph formalism:

{ <G1> <assertedBy> <Matthias_Samwald> . 
  <G1> rdf:type <protein_expression_process> .
  <G1> <has_participant> <protein_a> .
  <protein_a> <located_in> <tissue_b> .
  <protein_a> <described_by> <source_c> .

This is clearly distinct from Alan's class restriction approach, but I think it's useful; to have the different models sisde-by-side.

 - Eric

[1]  - http://sites.wiwiss.fu-berlin.de/suhl/bizer/pub/Carroll_etall-TrustWorkshop-ISWC2004.pdf 

-----Original Message-----
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Sent: Thu 5/17/2007 12:08 PM
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Subject: Re: Advancing translational research with the Semantic Web

> How would you say e.g. "protein a is expressed in tissue b, according to 
> source c"?

through something like

<protein_a_expression_process> <has_participant> <protein_a> .
<protein_a_expression_process> <located_in> <tissue_b> .
<protein_a_expression_process> <described_by> <source_c> .

-- Matthias Samwald

Yale Center for Medical Informatics, New Haven /
Section on Medical Expert and Knowledge-Based Systems, Vienna /

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