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Welcome Address
9:30
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Opening Remarks
9:35
’†‘ºŒjŽq (JT¶–½ŽŒ¤‹†ŠÙ)
session 1 from Genome to Knowledge
9:45-12:00
“¡ŽRH²•v (‘—§î•ñŠwŒ¤‹†Š)
From Material to Information:Tales of Human and Chimpanzee Genomes
ŒÜ“l@i (‹ž“s‘åŠw‰»ŠwŒ¤‹†Š)
From Genomic and Chemical Data to Knowledge
’†ˆäŒª‘¾ (“Œ‹ž‘åŠwˆã‰ÈŠwŒ¤‹†Š)
DNA Linguistics As A Future Style of Bioinformatics
Peter Li (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
Performing in silico experiments in biology using myGrid middleware
Vivian Lee (European Bioinformatics Institute)
GOA: the Gene Ontology Annotation Database
12:00-13:00 Break
session 2 Linkage between Knowledges
13:00-14:00
Anand Kumar (Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science, Saarland University)
Towards Realist Ontologies in Biomedical Informatics
Yves Lussier (Biomedical Informatics Core, Columbia University)
Computational approaches to high throughput analyses of non-molecular phenotypes
session 3 from Literature to Knowledge
14:00-15:00
Sophia Ananiadou (National Center for Text Mining, University of Salford)
The UK National Centre for Text Mining: addressing the needs of the Biomedical community
Alex Morgan (MITRE, USA)
Linking Text Mentions to Biological Identifiers
15:00-15:15 Break
15:15-17:45
Udo Hahn (Language and Information Engineering, Jena University)
E-NLP for E-Biology
Limsoon Wong (Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore)
Building Gene Networks by Information Extraction, Cleansing, & Integration
Kevin B. Cohen (Center for Computational Pharmacology, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center)
Corpus design for biomedical language processing
Nigel Collier (‘—§î•ñŠwŒ¤‹†Š)
Zone analysis in biology articles: Helping to find needles in the haystack
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Logical Ontology or Thesaurus ?- From the perspectives of text mining -
17:45 CLOSING