Bodil Nistrup Madsen

Bodil Nistrup Madsen
Copenhagen Business School · Department of International Business Communication

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Lack of concept clarification based on concept modelling results in inappropriate term use and inefficient information and communication technology. In this contribution, we refer to the fire aboard the ship Scandinavian Star in 1990 and the terror attack at Utøya in 2011 as examples. We establish a terminological ontology for 46 Danish concepts in...
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This paper describes an approach to representing, organising, and accessing conceptual content of biomedical texts using a formal ontology. The ontology is based on UMLS resources supplemented with domain ontologies developed in the project. The approach introduces the notion of ‘generative ontologies’, i.e., ontologies providing increasingly speci...
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We are delighted to hereby present the proceedings of CHAT 2011. Altogether, 11 papers were accepted for the presentation: 3 regular papers, 6 short papers, and 2 demonstration papers. The workshop papers cover various topics on automated approaches to terminology extraction and creation of terminology resources, compiling multilingual terminology,...
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A prerequisite for continuous use and development of a national LSP in small countries like for example Denmark is free access to a term bank comprising domain knowledge in Danish and foreign languages. Domain specific knowledge goes beyond traditional dictionary information. In order to clarify and distinguish the meanings of domain specific conce...
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In order to develop a harmonised and efficient system IT system, such as a database, it is important to be familiar with the underlying concept model for the relevant domain, as this forms the necessary firm foundation for designing the conceptual data model. Although there is no one-to-one correlation between concept and characteristic features in...
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Ontologies are useful for many purposes. The use of an ontology is, for example, crucial for writing consistent definitions of concepts within a specific domain. In this paper, we will argue that the principles of rigorous terminology work are useful for building consistent ontologies. In many cases, developers of IT systems encounter severe proble...
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The scientific aim of the project presented in this paper is to provide an approach to representing, organizing, and accessing conceptual content of biomedical texts using a formal ontology. The ontology is based on UMLS resources supplemented with domain ontologies developed in the project. The approach introduces the notion of 鄂generative ontolog...
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By applying formal terminological methods to model an ontology within the domain of enzyme inhibition, we aim to clarify concepts and to obtain consistency. Additionally, we propose a procedure for implementing this ontology in OWL with the aim of obtaining a strict structure which can form the basis for reasoning and further processing, and we com...
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Proceedings of the 17th Nordic Conference of Computational Linguistics NODALIDA 2009. Editors: Kristiina Jokinen and Eckhard Bick. NEALT Proceedings Series, Vol. 4 (2009), 279-282. © 2009 The editors and contributors. Published by Northern European Association for Language Technology (NEALT) http://omilia.uio.no/nealt . Electronically published at...
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Proceedings of the NODALIDA 2009 workshop WordNets and other Lexical Semantic Resources — between Lexical Semantics, Lexicography, Terminology and Formal Ontologies. Editors: Bolette Sandford Pedersen, Anna Braasch, Sanni Nimb and Ruth Vatvedt Fjeld. NEALT Proceedings Series, Vol. 7 (2009), 27-32. © 2009 The editors and contributors. Published by N...
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Metadata registries comprising sets of categories to be used in data collections exist in many fields. The purpose of a metadata registry is to facilitate data exchange and interoperability within a domain, and registries often contain definitions and examples. In this paper we will argue that in order to ensure completeness, consistency, user-frie...
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In this paper, multidimensionality is seen as the use of multiple subdivision criteria in the description of the subconcepts of a given concept. We argue that the choice of subdivision criteria is subject to a number of constraints. The modelling of multidimensionality has been implemented in the UML-based system CAOS 22 and the paper will contain...
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After a brief introduction to various types of knowledge structuring and the differences and similarities between them, the paper focuses on terminological concept systems, ontologies and data models. In connection with ontologies, the use of domain specific and general ontologies will be discussed as well as the possibility of using one common ont...
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We are working on a project called CAOS - Computer-Aided Ontology Structuring - whose aim is to develop a computer system designed to enable semi-automatic construction of concept systems, or ontologies. The system is intended to be interactive and presupposes an end-user with a terminological background (terminologist or professional translator)....
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This paper presents three principles constraining the ontological structure permitted by our support system for terminological concept modelling, CAOS, namely: the principle of uniqueness of dimensions, the principle of uniqueness of primary feature specifications and the principle of grouping by subdividing dimensions. We demonstrate that these pr...
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Designers of IT systems, such as database applications, information retrieval systems and natural language querying systems, very often talk about using ontologies as a foundation for these systems. Topics such as development of ontologies and formats for ontologies are found in many presentations in con-ferences, e.g. in conferences that deal with...
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In this paper we will describe some problems related to the defini-tion of a set of data categories as well as to the import and merging of data from various resources. First, we illustrate how organizing a taxonomy of data cate-gories is facilitated by using the principles for creating a terminological ontolo-gy (or concept system). Next, we discu...

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