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Category: Ontology

Foundational Model of Anatomy
Cognitive Paradigm Ontology
Annotation Ontology
Emotion Ontology
Hierarchical Event Descriptor

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Ontologies: MeSH NeuroLex Wikidata Wikipedia
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In computer science contexts an ontology is a "advanced" taxonomy. Simple ontologies may record terms, their variant terms (synonyms) as well as "broader" and "narrower" terms.

The Brede Wiki has ontologies for brain regions and so-called "topics".

Ontologies may be described in the Web Ontology Language.

  1. Annotation Ontology[1]
  2. The Bibliographic Ontology
  3. Cognitive Paradigm Ontology
  4. Cognitive Atlas
  5. Emotion Ontology[2]
  6. EXPO[3]
  7. Foundational Model of Anatomy
  8. NeuroNames
  9. Simple Event Model
  10. Hierarchical Event Descriptor, EEG events

[edit] Papers

  1. Annotating affective neuroscience data with the Emotion Ontology
  2. Ontologies for neuroscience: what are they and what are the good for?
  3. Catia Pesquita, Daniel Faria, André O. Falcão, Phillip Lord, Francisco M. Couto (2009). "Semantic similarity in biomedical ontologies". PLoS Computational Biology missing volume: missing pages.
  4. The Cognitive Paradigm Ontology: design and application
  5. BrainFrame: a knowledge visualization system for the neurosciences

[edit] References

  1. An open annotation ontology for science on Web 3.0
  2. Annotating affective neuroscience data with the Emotion Ontology
  3. An ontology of scientific experiments
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