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deprecated DebugIT Core Ontology

Abbreviation: DCO-DEBUGIT

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The Debugit Core Ontology (dco) covers the complete conceptual space of the domain of interest in the DebugIT project. It focuses on the management of antibiotics resistance within hospitals and infectious diseases to cover the clinical monitoring use cases. The ontology shall provide a semantic reference as logically defined classes in a formal and computer understandable format. It is supposed to formally represent all basic kinds of entities in the domain of interest, together with their invariant and context-independent properties. The ontology is therefore distinct from the representation of clinical knowledge as targeted by the DebugIT WP 4. Instead, it has a supportive semantic glue Function as it provides standardized and formally described meaning identifiers across the whole project, hence serving the Interoperability platform as well.


Countries that developed this resource Belgium , France , Germany , Switzerland

Created in 2013

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The DebugIT Core Ontology: semantic integration of antibiotics resistance patterns

Daniel Schober, Martin Boeker, Jessica Bullenkamp, Csaba Huszka, Kristof Depraetere, Douglas Teodoro, Nadia Nadah, Remy Choquet, Christel Daniel, Stefan Schulz
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, Volume 160: MEDINFO 2010 2010

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