Managing Discovery In The Life Sciences
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📒Managing Discovery In The Life Sciences ✍ Philip A. Rea
✏Managing Discovery in the Life Sciences Book Summary : Addresses in roughly equal measure the science and management behind several recent marketable biomedical innovations.
📒Data Integration In The Life Sciences ✍ Helena Galhardas
✏Data Integration in the Life Sciences Book Summary : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Data Integration in the Life Sciences, DILS 2014, held in Lisbon, Portugal, in July 2014. The 9 revised full papers and the 5 short papers included in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 20 submissions. The papers cover a range of important topics such as data integration platforms and applications; biodiversity data management; ontologies and visualization; linked data and query processing.
📒Semantic Web ✍ Christopher J. O. Baker
✏Semantic Web Book Summary : This book introduces advanced semantic web technologies, illustrating their utility and highlighting their implementation in biological, medical, and clinical scenarios. It covers topics ranging from database, ontology, and visualization to semantic web services and workflows. The volume also details the factors impacting on the establishment of the semantic web in life science and the legal challenges that will impact on its proliferation.
📒Open Source Software In Life Science Research ✍ Lee Harland
✏Open Source Software in Life Science Research Book Summary : The free/open source approach has grown from a minor activity to become a significant producer of robust, task-orientated software for a wide variety of situations and applications. To life science informatics groups, these systems present an appealing proposition - high quality software at a very attractive price. Open source software in life science research considers how industry and applied research groups have embraced these resources, discussing practical implementations that address real-world business problems. The book is divided into four parts. Part one looks at laboratory data management and chemical informatics, covering software such as Bioclipse, OpenTox, ImageJ and KNIME. In part two, the focus turns to genomics and bioinformatics tools, with chapters examining GenomicsTools and EBI Atlas software, as well as the practicalities of setting up an ‘omics’ platform and managing large volumes of data. Chapters in part three examine information and knowledge management, covering a range of topics including software for web-based collaboration, open source search and visualisation technologies for scientific business applications, and specific software such as DesignTracker and Utopia Documents. Part four looks at semantic technologies such as Semantic MediaWiki, TripleMap and Chem2Bio2RDF, before part five examines clinical analytics, and validation and regulatory compliance of free/open source software. Finally, the book concludes by looking at future perspectives and the economics and free/open source software in industry. Discusses a broad range of applications from a variety of sectors Provides a unique perspective on work normally performed behind closed doors Highlights the criteria used to compare and assess different approaches to solving problems
📒Bioinformatics ✍ Zoé Lacroix
✏Bioinformatics Book Summary : The heart of the book lies in the collaboration efforts of eight distinct bioinformatics teams that describe their own unique approaches to data integration and interoperability. Each system receives its own chapter where the lead contributors provide precious insight into the specific problems being addressed by the system, why the particular architecture was chosen, and details on the system's strengths and weaknesses. In closing, the editors provide important criteria for evaluating these systems that bioinformatics professionals will find valuable. * Provides a clear overview of the state-of-the-art in data integration and interoperability in genomics, highlighting a variety of systems and giving insight into the strengths and weaknesses of their different approaches.-
📒Managing Ehealth ✍ M. Rosenmöller
✏Managing eHealth Book Summary : This book constitutes an excellent source of information for gaining a better understanding of information technologies in healthcare; for reviewing how healthcare will change as a consequence; and how to manage these changes in order to realise eHealth's full potential in creating value for patients, professionals and the system as a whole.
✏Handbook of Research on Computational Grid Technologies for Life Sciences Biomedicine and Healthcare Book Summary : "This book provides methodologies and developments of grid technologies applied in different fields of life sciences"--Provided by publisher.
📒Data Integration In The Life Sciences ✍ Patrick Lambrix
✏Data Integration in the Life Sciences Book Summary : The development and increasingly widespread deployment of high-throughput experimental methods in the life sciences is giving rise to numerous large, c- plex and valuable data resources. This foundation of experimental data und- pins the systematic study of organismsand diseases, which increasinglydepends on the development of models of biological systems. The development of these models often requires integration of diverse experimental data resources; once constructed, the models themselves become data and present new integration challenges for tasks such as interpretation, validation and comparison. The Data Integration in the Life Sciences (DILS) Conference series brings together data and knowledge management researchers from the computer s- ence research community with bioinformaticians and computational biologists, to improve the understanding of how emerging data integration techniques can address requirements identi?ed in the life sciences. DILS 2010 was the seventh event in the series and was held in Goth- burg, Sweden during August 25–27, 2010. The associated proceedings contain 14 peer-reviewed papers and 2 invited papers. The sessions addressed ontology engineering, and in particular, evolution, matching and debugging of ontologies, akeycomponentforsemanticintegration;Web servicesasanimportanttechn- ogy for data integration in the life sciences; data and text mining techniques for discovering and recognizing biomedical entities and relationships between these entities; and information management, introducing data integration solutions for di?erent types of applications related to cancer, systems biology and - croarray experimental data, and an approach for integrating ranked data in the life sciences.
📒Search Computing ✍ Stefano Ceri
✏Search Computing Book Summary : Search computing, which has evolved from service computing, focuses on building the answers to complex search queries by interacting with a constellation of cooperating search services, using the ranking and joining of results as the dominant factors for service composition. The field is multi-disciplinary in nature and takes advantage of contributions from other research areas such as knowledge representation, human-computer interfaces, psychology, sociology, economics, and legal sciences. This book, the second in the Search Computing series, describes the evolution of theories, technologies, and methods related to search computing. The book has been divided into eight parts, reflecting the main research directions within the Search Computing project. The parts focus on: search as an information exploration task; interaction design issues when dealing with multi-domain search results; modeling and semantic description of search services; the rank-join problem; query processing techniques and architectures; tools and mashups for application development; the application of search computing to bio-informatics; and the exploitation potentials of project results.
📒Molecular Approaches In Natural Resource Conservation And Management ✍ J. Andrew DeWoody
✏Molecular Approaches in Natural Resource Conservation and Management Book Summary : Intended for undergraduate and graduate students in conservation biology, natural resource management, and ecology, this book compiles compelling case histories in molecular ecology.