Digital Human Project
Unified Ontology Planning Meeting

National Institutes of Health

July 25th and 26th, 2002

PAPERS

Ontology Review Paper
[last updated: 7/30/02]


PRESENTATIONS

M.C. Çavusoglu, T. Göktekin, Ph.D.
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley

Open Source / Open Architecture Software Development Framework for Surgical Simulation
[Powerpoint given at Simulation Break-out Group]

Henry Kelly, Ph.D.
President of FAS
Gerry Higgins, Ph.D.
FAS, PI of Digital Human Project
Digital Human - Unified Ontology
[Powerpoint]

Mark A. Musen, M.D., Ph.D.
Stanford Medical Informatics
Stanford University

Building Ontologies with Protégé-2000
[Powerpoint]

Alan Rector, Ph.D.
Medical Informatics Group
University of Manchester

Linking levels of granularity and expressing contexts & views using formal ontologies:
Experience with the Digital Anatomist FMA & other health & bio ontologies

[Powerpoint]

Brian Athey, Ph.D.
University of Michigan

Linking levels of granularity and expressing contexts & views using formal ontologies:
Experience with the Digital Anatomist FMA & other health & bio ontologies

[Powerpoint]

Cornelius Rosse M.D., D.Sc.
Structural Informatics Group
University of Washington

The Potential of the Digital Anatomist Foundational Model for “Unifying” Biomedical Ontologies
[Powerpoint]

Bruce Porter, Art Souther
Department of Computer Science
University of Texas at Austin

Vinay Chaudhri
AI Center
Stanford Research Institute

Peter Clark
Department of Computer Science
Math and Computing Research Center, Boeing

Technologies to Enable Biologists to Build Large Knowledge Bases on Human Anatomy and Physiology
[Powerpoint]