A system-theoretical, architecture-based approach to ontology management

Bernd Blobel, Mathias Brochhausen, Carolina González, Diego M Lopez, Frank Oemig
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2012, 180: 1087-9
Comprehensive interoperability between distributed eHealth/pHealth environments requires that the systems involved are based on a common architectural framework and share common knowledge. The paper deals with the representation of systems by related ontologies. Therefore, the architectural principles ruling the system design and the interrelations of its components also rule the design of those ontologies and their management as exemplified.

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