Ontology:SNomenclature Ontology

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Name: SNomenclature Ontology
Description: The Semantic Nomenclature Application Ontology is the core of the ontology network used to describe Pharmaceutical Products
Purpose: his ontology has three main goals: act as a bridge between the different application ontologies and domain ontologies; the second goal is implement one the new requirements as the disambiguate between the clinical drug/branded drug; the third functionality is act as the application ontology for the Semantic Nomenclature web-app
Organization(s): Atos Origin
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Justification The Ontology is based on the main recommendations provided by the pharmaceutical product, and also using the semantic model of Snomed as background knowledge, mainly from the Pharmaceutical/Biological product term used in the terminology.
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Submitted by: GermanHerreroCarcel
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http://212.170.156.131:10000/ontologies/SNomenclature.owl (257)

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The Semantic Nomenclature Application Ontology is the core of the ontology network used in the scenario. This ontology has three main goals: act as a bridge between the different application ontologies and domain ontologies; the second goal is implement one the new requirements as the disambiguate between the clinical drug/branded drug; the third functionality is act as the application ontology for the Semantic Nomenclature prototype, because from this ontology, using the mappings and relations can be accessed the rest of the ontology network. The Ontology is based on the main recommendations provided by the pharmaceutical product, and also using the semantic model of Snomed as background knowledge, mainly from the Pharmaceutical/Biological product term used in the terminology.

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