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Semantic description and tracking of analysis of chemical data

Semantic description and tracking of analysis of chemical data
Semantic description and tracking of analysis of chemical data
We investigate the use of semantic technologies to describe chemical data in a manner that facilitates the subsequent reuse of both the data and the analysis procedure used to produce the data. We first propose an approach to describe and record the analysis process for a physical chemistry laser spectroscopic experiment that serves as an e-logbook for people and provides a sufficiently rich semantic description suitable for programmatic processing of the entries. We then developed a semantic-aware enactment system to perform the analysis using the information in the RDF description of the analysis process. A generic RDF browser was developed to browse and reuse the analysis process. The raw and analyzed data is displayed graphically in web browser using interactive SVG tools. This approach demonstrates that semantic technology is an appropriate technology to record and manage the complicated, flexible analysis procedures used to interpret physical chemistry experimental data.
chemistry, publication@source, semantics, rdf, data tracking
0973403985
China Knowledge Grid Research Group
Fu, Hongchen
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Frey, Jeremy G.
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Zhuge, Hai
Cheung, William K.
Liu, Jie
Fu, Hongchen
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Frey, Jeremy G.
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Zhuge, Hai
Cheung, William K.
Liu, Jie

Fu, Hongchen and Frey, Jeremy G., (2004) Semantic description and tracking of analysis of chemical data Zhuge, Hai, Cheung, William K. and Liu, Jie (eds.) In Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on the Knowledge Grid and Grid Intelligence (KGGI 2004). China Knowledge Grid Research Group. 9 pp.

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Abstract

We investigate the use of semantic technologies to describe chemical data in a manner that facilitates the subsequent reuse of both the data and the analysis procedure used to produce the data. We first propose an approach to describe and record the analysis process for a physical chemistry laser spectroscopic experiment that serves as an e-logbook for people and provides a sufficiently rich semantic description suitable for programmatic processing of the entries. We then developed a semantic-aware enactment system to perform the analysis using the information in the RDF description of the analysis process. A generic RDF browser was developed to browse and reuse the analysis process. The raw and analyzed data is displayed graphically in web browser using interactive SVG tools. This approach demonstrates that semantic technology is an appropriate technology to record and manage the complicated, flexible analysis procedures used to interpret physical chemistry experimental data.

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Published date: 21 September 2004
Additional Information: combechem output
Venue - Dates: Second International Workshop on the Knowledge Grid and Grid Intelligence, 2004-09-19 - 2004-09-21
Keywords: chemistry, publication@source, semantics, rdf, data tracking

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Local EPrints ID: 11240
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/11240
ISBN: 0973403985
PURE UUID: 913b33cf-ef22-4279-86e1-97d071f22f26
ORCID for Jeremy G. Frey: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0003-0842-4302

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Date deposited: 05 Nov 2004
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 17:04

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Author: Hongchen Fu
Author: Jeremy G. Frey ORCID iD
Editor: Hai Zhuge
Editor: William K. Cheung
Editor: Jie Liu

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