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 +===== Ontology Engineering =====
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 +The development of methods for ontology construction, integration and analysis has been a basic research area in our group. Next we describe the areas in which we are focusing our activity in the last years.
 +  *  Ontology Modeling:  Due to our participation in international consortia such as [[http://questfororthologs.org/|Quest for Orthologs]] or [[http://greekc.org/|GREEKC]], we are currently involved in working groups whose main goal is the development of ontologies that should become the reference for domains of orthology and gene regulation by applying best practices in ontology engineering.
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 +  * Ontology Evaluation: In the last years we have developed the [[miuras.inf.um.es/oquarewiki| OQuaRE framework]] for the evaluation of the quality of ontologies. This framework is based on the ISO 25000 SQuaRE software quality standard. So far, we have successfully applied it to ontologies from different domains, taking part in the project that won the [[http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntologySummit2013_Hackathon_Clinics_FIBO_OOPS_OQuaRE|First IAOA Prize for the Best Hackathon-Clinic Project@ Ontology Summit 2013:"Evaluation of OOPS!, OQuaRE and OntoQA for FIBO Ontologies"]]. We have recently open an [[http://sele.inf.um.es/oquare|online interface for evaluating ontologies using OQuaRE]].
 +  *  Ontology Enrichment: Current biomedical ontologies have limited axiomatization, which prevents machines to make the best possible use of ontologies. We have developed [[http://sele.inf.um.es/ontoenrich/|the OntoEnrich framework]] for the semiautomatic generation of axioms by inspecting the regularities and contents of the labels.
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-The development of methods for ontology construction, integration and analysis has been a basic research area in our group. Next we describe the areas in which we are focusing our activity in the last years. 
-  *  Ontology Modeling:  Due to our participation in international consortia such as [[http://questfororthologs.org/|Quest for Orthologs]] or [[http://greekc.org/|GREEKC]], we are currently involved in working groups whose main goal is the development of ontologies that should become the reference for domains of orthology and gene regulation by applying best practices in ontology engineering. 
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-  * Ontology Evaluation: In the last years we have developed the [[miuras.inf.um.es/oquarewiki| OQuaRE framework]] for the evaluation of the quality of ontologies. This framework is based on the ISO 25000 SQuaRE software quality standard. So far, we have successfully applied it to ontologies from different domains, taking part in the project that won the [[http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl?OntologySummit2013_Hackathon_Clinics_FIBO_OOPS_OQuaRE|First IAOA Prize for the Best Hackathon-Clinic Project@ Ontology Summit 2013:"Evaluation of OOPS!, OQuaRE and OntoQA for FIBO Ontologies"]]. We have recently open an [[http://sele.inf.um.es/oquare|online interface for evaluating ontologies using OQuaRE]]. 
-  *  Ontology Enrichment: Current biomedical ontologies have limited axiomatization, which prevents machines to make the best possible use of ontologies. We have developed [[http://sele.inf.um.es/ontoenrich/|the OntoEnrich framework]] for the semiautomatic generation of axioms by inspecting the regularities and contents of the labels. 
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