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ready Multi-Scale Multi-Step Ontology

Abbreviation: MS2O

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The Multi-scale Multi-step ontology (MS2O) is an ontology to describe transformation processes. MS2O was created for an interdisciplinary project concerning transformation processes in food science. The use case concerns the production of stabilized micro-organisms performed at INRA (French National Institute for Agricultural Research). Experimental observations are available for some inputs of the production processes, at different steps and at a certain scale.


Countries that developed this resource France

Created in 2015

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M2SO - A Multi-scale and Multi-step Ontology for Transformation Processes: Application to Micro-Organisms

Dibie J., Dervaux S., Doriot E., Ibanescu L., Penicaud C
In: Haemmerle O., Stapleton G., Faron Zucker C. (eds) Graph-Based Representation and Reasoning. ICCS 2016. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 9717. Springer 2016

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