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1Barcellos Almeida, M. ; Farinelli, F.: Ontologies for the representation of electronic medical records : the obstetric and neonatal ontology.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(2017) no.11, S.2529-2542.
Abstract: Ontology is an interdisciplinary field that involves both the use of philosophical principles and the development of computational artifacts. As artifacts, ontologies can have diverse applications in knowledge management, information retrieval, and information systems, to mention a few. They have been largely applied to organize information in complex fields like Biomedicine. In this article, we present the OntoNeo Ontology, an initiative to build a formal ontology in the obstetrics and neonatal domain. OntoNeo is a resource that has been designed to serve as a comprehensive infrastructure providing scientific research and healthcare professionals with access to relevant information. The goal of OntoNeo is twofold: (a) to organize specialized medical knowledge, and (b) to provide a potential consensual representation of the medical information found in electronic health records and medical information systems. To describe our initiative, we first provide background information about distinct theories underlying ontology, top-level computational ontologies and their applications in Biomedicine. Then, we present the methodology employed in the development of OntoNeo and the results obtained to date. Finally, we discuss the applicability of OntoNeo by presenting a proof of concept that illustrates its potential usefulness in the realm of healthcare information systems.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23900/full.
Anmerkung: Beitrag in einem Special issue on biomedical information retrieval.
Wissenschaftsfach: Biochemie ; Medizin
2Moskovitch, R. ; Wang, F. ; Pei, J. ; Friedman, C.: JASIST special issue on biomedical information retrieval : Editorial.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 68(2017) no.11, S.2525-2528.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23972/full. Vgl. das Erratum in JASIST 69(2018) no.3, S.500.
Wissenschaftsfach: Biochemie ; Medizin
3Sud, P. ; Thelwall, M.: Not all international collaboration is beneficial : the Mendeley readership and citation impact of biochemical research collaboration.
In: Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67(2016) no.8, S.1849-1857.
Abstract: This study aims to identify the way researchers collaborate with other researchers in the course of the scientific research life cycle and provide information to the designers of e-Science and e-Research implementations. On the basis of in-depth interviews with and on-site observations of 24 scientists and a follow-up focus group interview in the field of bioscience/nanoscience and technology in Korea, we examined scientific collaboration using the framework of the scientific research life cycle. We attempt to explain the major motiBiochemistry is a highly funded research area that is typified by large research teams and is important for many areas of the life sciences. This article investigates the citation impact and Mendeley readership impact of biochemistry research from 2011 in the Web of Science according to the type of collaboration involved. Negative binomial regression models are used that incorporate, for the first time, the inclusion of specific countries within a team. The results show that, holding other factors constant, larger teams robustly associate with higher impact research, but including additional departments has no effect and adding extra institutions tends to reduce the impact of research. Although international collaboration is apparently not advantageous in general, collaboration with the United States, and perhaps also with some other countries, seems to increase impact. In contrast, collaborations with some other nations seems to decrease impact, although both findings could be due to factors such as differing national proportions of excellent researchers. As a methodological implication, simpler statistical models would find international collaboration to be generally beneficial and so it is important to take into account specific countries when examining collaboration.t only in the beginning phase of the cycle. For communication and information-sharing practices, scientists continue to favor traditional means of communication for security reasons. Barriers to collaboration throughout the phases included different priorities, competitive tensions, and a hierarchical culture among collaborators, whereas credit sharing was a barrier in the research product phase.
Inhalt: Vgl.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/asi.23515/abstract.
4McCray, A.T. ; Bodenreider, O.: ¬A conceptual framework for the biomedical domain.
In: The semantics of relationships: an interdisciplinary perspective. Eds: Green, R., C.A. Bean u. S.H. Myaeng. Dordrecht : Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. S.181-198.
(Information science and knowledge management; vol.3)
Abstract: Specialized domains often come with an extensive terminology, suitable for storing and exchanging information, but not necessarily for knowledge processing. Knowledge structures such as semantic networks, or ontologies, are required to explore the semantics of a domain. The UMLS project at the National Library of Medicine is a research effort to develop knowledge-based resources for the biomedical domain. The Metathesaurus is a large body of knowledge that defines and inter-relates 730,000 biomedical concepts, and the Semantic Network defines the semantic principles that apply to this domain. This chapter presents these two knowledge sources and illustrates through a research study how they can collaborate to further structure the domain. The limits of the approach are discussed.
Anmerkung: Mit Abbildungen zu UMLS
Wissenschaftsfach: Medizin ; Biochemie
5Leydesdorff, L.: Why words and co-word cannot map the development of the science.
In: Journal of the American Society for Information Science. 48(1997) no.5, S.418-427.
Abstract: Analyses and compares in term of co-occurrences and co-absenses of words in a restricted set of full-text articles from a sub-specialty of biochemistry. By using the distribution of words over the section, a clear distinction among 'theoretical' 'observation', and 'methodological' terminology can be made in individual articles. However, at the level of the set this structure is no longer retrieval: Words change both in terms of frequencies of relations with other words, and in terms of positional meaning from 1 text to another. The fluidity of networks in which nodes and links may chenge positions is ecpected to destabilise representations of developments of the sciences on the basis of co-occurrences and co-absenses of words. Discusses the consequences for the lexicographic approach to generating artificial intelligence from scientific texts
6ISI atlas of science : Biochemistry and molecular biology; including minireviews of 102 research front specialties.1978/80.
Philadelphia, PA : Institute for Scientific Information, 1981.
Anmerkung: Daneben: ISI atlas of science mit den Unterreihen: (1) Biochemistry, 1(1988); (2) Immunology 1-2(1987-88); (3) Pharmacology 1(1988). - Vgl. dazu Kap.8 'Mapping the structure of science' in Garfield, E.: Citation indexing: its theory and application in science, technology, and humanities
Wissenschaftsfach: Biochemie ; Molekularbiologie
Wissenschaftsfach: Chemie s. auch Biochemie