Mark A. Musen

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80EEClement Jonquet, Mark A. Musen, Nigam Shah: A System for Ontology-Based Annotation of Biomedical Data. DILS 2008: 144-152
79EEAbraham Sebastian, Natalya Fridman Noy, Tania Tudorache, Mark A. Musen: A Generic Ontology for Collaborative Ontology-Development Workflows. EKAW 2008: 318-328
78EECsongor Nyulas, Martin J. O'Connor, Samson W. Tu, David L. Buckeridge, Anna Okhmatovskaia, Mark A. Musen: An Ontology-Driven Framework for Deploying JADE Agent Systems. IAT 2008: 573-577
77EETania Tudorache, Natalya Fridman Noy, Samson W. Tu, Mark A. Musen: Supporting Collaborative Ontology Development in Protégé. International Semantic Web Conference 2008: 17-32
76EENatalya Fridman Noy, Nicholas Griffith, Mark A. Musen: Collecting Community-Based Mappings in an Ontology Repository. International Semantic Web Conference 2008: 371-386
75EENatalya Fridman Noy, Nigam Shah, Benjamin Dai, Michael Dorf, Nicholas Griffith, Clement Jonquet, Michael Montegut, Daniel L. Rubin, Cherie Youn, Mark A. Musen: BioPortal: A Web Repository for Biomedical Ontologies and Data Resources. International Semantic Web Conference (Posters & Demos) 2008
74EETania Tudorache, Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: Collaborative Protege: Enabling Community-based Authoring of Ontologies. International Semantic Web Conference (Posters & Demos) 2008
73EEMartin J. O'Connor, Ravi Shankar, Mark A. Musen, Amar K. Das, Csongor Nyulas: The SWRLAPI: A Development Environment for Working with SWRL Rules. OWLED 2008
72EENatalya Fridman Noy, Sherri de Coronado, Harold Solbrig, Gilberto Fragoso, Frank W. Hartel, Mark A. Musen: Representing the NCI Thesaurus in OWL DL: Modeling tools help modeling languages. Applied Ontology 3(3): 173-190 (2008)
71EEIon-Florin Talos, Daniel L. Rubin, Michael Halle, Mark A. Musen, Ron Kikinis: A prototype symbolic model of canonical functional neuroanatomy of the motor system. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 41(2): 251-263 (2008)
70EEMartin J. O'Connor, Ravi Shankar, Samson W. Tu, Csongor Nyulas, Dave Parrish, Mark A. Musen, Amar K. Das: Using Semantic Web Technologies for Knowledge-Driven Querying of Biomedical Data. AIME 2007: 267-276
69EESamson W. Tu, Shantha Condamoor, Tim Mather, Richard Hall, Neill Jones, Mark A. Musen: Document-Oriented Views of Guideline Knowledge Bases. AIME 2007: 431-440
68EEHarith Alani, Natasha Fridman Noy, Nigam Shah, Nigel Shadbolt, Mark A. Musen: Searching ontologies based on content: experiments in the biomedical domain. K-CAP 2007: 55-62
67EEMartin J. O'Connor, Ravi Shankar, Samson W. Tu, Csongor Nyulas, Amar K. Das, Mark A. Musen: Efficiently Querying Relational Databases Using OWL and SWRL. RR 2007: 361-363
66EEMartin J. O'Connor, Samson W. Tu, Csongor Nyulas, Amar K. Das, Mark A. Musen: Querying the Semantic Web with SWRL. RuleML 2007: 155-159
65EEOlivier Dameron, Mark A. Musen, Bernard Gibaud: Using semantic dependencies for consistency management of an ontology of brain-cortex anatomy. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 39(3): 217-225 (2007)
64EEDilvan A. Moreira, Mark A. Musen: OBO to OWL: a protégé OWL tab to read/save OBO ontologies. Bioinformatics 23(14): 1868-1870 (2007)
63EENatalya Fridman Noy, Abhita Chugh, William Liu, Mark A. Musen: A Framework for Ontology Evolution in Collaborative Environments. International Semantic Web Conference 2006: 544-558
62EEDaniel L. Rubin, Olivier Dameron, Yasser Bashir, David Grossman, Parvati Dev, Mark A. Musen: Using ontologies linked with geometric models to reason about penetrating injuries. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 37(3): 167-176 (2006)
61 Yolanda Gil, Enrico Motta, V. Richard Benjamins, Mark A. Musen: The Semantic Web - ISWC 2005, 4th International Semantic Web Conference, ISWC 2005, Galway, Ireland, November 6-10, 2005, Proceedings Springer 2005
60EEMartin J. O'Connor, Holger Knublauch, Samson W. Tu, Benjamin N. Grosof, Mike Dean, William E. Grosso, Mark A. Musen: Supporting Rule System Interoperability on the Semantic Web with SWRL. International Semantic Web Conference 2005: 974-986
59EEHolger Knublauch, Matthew Horridge, Mark A. Musen, Alan L. Rector, Robert Stevens, Nick Drummond, Phillip W. Lord, Natalya Fridman Noy, Julian Seidenberg, Hai Wang: The Protege OWL Experience. OWLED 2005
58EENicola Guarino, Mark A. Musen: Applied Ontology: Focusing on content. Applied Ontology 1(1): 1-5 (2005)
57EEMonica Crubézy, Martin J. O'Connor, David L. Buckeridge, Zachary Pincus, Mark A. Musen: Ontology-Centered Syndromic Surveillance for Bioterrorism. IEEE Intelligent Systems 20(5): 26-35 (2005)
56EEHolger Knublauch, Mark A. Musen, Alan L. Rector: Editing Description Logic Ontologies with the Protégé OWL Plugin. Description Logics 2004
55 David L. Buckeridge, Martin J. O'Connor, Haobo Xu, Mark A. Musen: A Knowledge-Based Framework for Deploying Surveillance Problem Solvers. IKE 2004: 28-32
54EEHolger Knublauch, Ray W. Fergerson, Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: The Protégé OWL Plugin: An Open Development Environment for Semantic Web Applications. International Semantic Web Conference 2004: 229-243
53EENatalya Fridman Noy, Sandhya Kunnatur, Michel C. A. Klein, Mark A. Musen: Tracking Changes During Ontology Evolution. International Semantic Web Conference 2004: 259-273
52EENatalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: Specifying Ontology Views by Traversal. International Semantic Web Conference 2004: 713-725
51EEOlivier Dameron, Bernard Gibaud, Mark A. Musen: Using semantic dependencies for consistency management of an ontology of brain-cortex anatomy. KR-MED 2004: 30-38
50EEHolger Knublauch, Olivier Dameron, Mark A. Musen: Weaving the biomedical Semantic Web with the Prote'ge' OWL Plugin. KR-MED 2004: 39-47
49 Monica Crubézy, Mark A. Musen: Ontologies in Support of Problem Solving. Handbook on Ontologies 2004: 321-342
48EENatalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen, José L. V. Mejino Jr., Cornelius Rosse: Pushing the envelope: challenges in a frame-based representation of human anatomy. Data Knowl. Eng. 48(3): 335-359 (2004)
47EEChristopher Brewster, Kieron O'Hara, Steve Fuller, Yorick Wilks, Enrico Franconi, Mark A. Musen, Jeremy Ellman, Simon Buckingham Shum: Knowledge Representation with Ontologies: The Present and Future. IEEE Intelligent Systems 19(1): 72-81 (2004)
46EENatalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: Ontology Versioning in an Ontology Management Framework. IEEE Intelligent Systems 19(4): 6-13 (2004)
45EENatalya Fridman Noy, Daniel L. Rubin, Mark A. Musen: Making Biomedical Ontologies and Ontology Repositories Work. IEEE Intelligent Systems 19(6): 78-81 (2004)
44 Borys Omelayenko, Monica Crubézy, Dieter Fensel, V. Richard Benjamins, Bob J. Wielinga, Enrico Motta, Mark A. Musen, Ying Ding: UPML: The Language and Tool Support for Making the Semantic Web Alive. Spinning the Semantic Web 2003: 141-170
43EEMark A. Musen, Bernd Neumann, Rudi Studer: IFIP Conference on Intelligent Information Processing. IEEE Intelligent Systems 18(2): 16-17 (2003)
42EEMonica Crubézy, Mark A. Musen, Enrico Motta, Wenjin Lu: Configuring Online Problem-Solving Resources with the Internet Reasoning Service. IEEE Intelligent Systems 18(2): 34-42 (2003)
41EEJohn H. Gennari, Mark A. Musen, Ray W. Fergerson, William E. Grosso, Monica Crubézy, Henrik Eriksson, Natalya Fridman Noy, Samson W. Tu: The evolution of Protégé: an environment for knowledge-based systems development. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 58(1): 89-123 (2003)
40EEDieter Fensel, Enrico Motta, Frank van Harmelen, V. Richard Benjamins, Monica Crubézy, Stefan Decker, Mauro Gaspari, Rix Groenboom, William E. Grosso, Mark A. Musen, Enric Plaza, Guus Schreiber, Rudi Studer, Bob J. Wielinga: The Unified Problem-Solving Method Development Language UPML. Knowl. Inf. Syst. 5(1): 83-131 (2003)
39 Mark A. Musen, Bernd Neumann, Rudi Studer: Intelligent Information Processing, IFIP 17th World Computer Congress - TC12 Stream on Intelligent Information Processing, August 25-30, 2002, Montréal, Québec, Canada Kluwer 2002
38 Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: PROMPTDIFF: A Fixed-Point Algorithm for Comparing Ontology Versions. AAAI/IAAI 2002: 744-750
37EEMargaret-Anne D. Storey, Casey Best, Jeff Michaud, Derek Rayside, Marin Litoiu, Mark A. Musen: SHriMP views: an interactive environment for information visualization and navigation. CHI Extended Abstracts 2002: 520-521
36EEMargaret-Anne D. Storey, Natasha F. Noy, Mark A. Musen, Casey Best, Ray W. Fergerson, Neil Ernst: Jambalaya: an interactive environment for exploring ontologies. IUI 2002: 239-239
35 Chih-Sheng Johnson Hou, Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: A Template-Based Approach Toward Acquisition of Logical Sentences. Intelligent Information Processing 2002: 77-89
34 Monica Crubézy, Wenjin Lu, Enrico Motta, Mark A. Musen: Configuring Online Problem-Solving Resources with the Internet Reasoning Service. Intelligent Information Processing 2002: 91-102
33 Yolanda Gil, Mark A. Musen, Jude W. Shavlik: Report on the First International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP). AI Magazine 23(4): 107-108 (2002)
32EEDieter Fensel, Mark A. Musen: Guest Editors' Introduction: A Brain for Humankind. IEEE Intelligent Systems 16(2): 24-25 (2001)
31EENatalya Fridman Noy, Michael Sintek, Stefan Decker, Monica Crubézy, Ray W. Fergerson, Mark A. Musen: Creating Semantic Web Contents with Protégé-2000. IEEE Intelligent Systems 16(2): 60-71 (2001)
30 Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen: PROMPT: Algorithm and Tool for Automated Ontology Merging and Alignment. AAAI/IAAI 2000: 450-455
29EENatalya Fridman Noy, Ray W. Fergerson, Mark A. Musen: The Knowledge Model of Protégé-2000: Combining Interoperability and Flexibility. EKAW 2000: 17-32
28EEGuus Schreiber, Monica Crubézy, Mark A. Musen: A Case Study in Using Protégé-2000 as a Tool for CommonKADS. EKAW 2000: 33-48
27 Diane E. Oliver, Yuval Shahar, Edward H. Shortliffe, Mark A. Musen: Representation of change in controlled medical terminologies. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 15(1): 53-76 (1999)
26EEMark A. Musen, Lawrence M. Fagan, David M. Combs, Edward H. Shortliffe: Use of a domain model to drive an interactive knowledge-editing tool. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 51(2): 479-495 (1999)
25 John H. Nguyen, Yuval Shahar, Samson W. Tu, Amar K. Das, Mark A. Musen: Integration of Temporal Reasoning and Temporal-Data Maintenance into a Reusable Database Mediator to Answer Abstract, Time-Oriented Queries: The Tzolkin System. J. Intell. Inf. Syst. 13(1-2): 121-145 (1999)
24EESamson W. Tu, Mark A. Musen: Episodic refinement of episodic skeletal-plan refinement. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 48(4): 475-497 (1998)
23EEJohn H. Gennari, Heyning Cheng, Russ B. Altman, Mark A. Musen: Reuse, CORBA, and knowledge-based systems. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 49(4): 523-546 (1998)
22EELucila Ohno-Machado, Mark A. Musen: Modular Neural Networks for Medical Prognosis: Quantifying the Benefits of Combining Neural Networks for Survival Prediction. Connect. Sci. 9(1): 71-86 (1997)
21 Yuval Shahar, Mark A. Musen: Knowledge-based temporal abstraction in clinical domains. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 8(3): 267-298 (1996)
20EEThomas E. Rothenfluh, John H. Gennari, Henrik Eriksson, Angel R. Puerta, Samson W. Tu, Mark A. Musen: Reusable ontologies, knowledge-acquisition tools, and performance systems: PROTÉGÉ-II solutions to Sisyphus-2. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 44(3-4): 303-332 (1996)
19 Mark A. Musen, Samson W. Tu, Amar K. Das, Yuval Shahar: A Component-Based Architecture for Automation of Protocol-Directed Therapy. AIME 1995: 3-13
18 Lucila Ohno-Machado, Mark A. Musen: Learning Rare Categories in Backpropagation. SBIA 1995: 201-209
17 John H. Gennari, Russ B. Altman, Mark A. Musen: Reuse with PROTÉgÉ-II: From Elevators to Ribosomes. SSR 1995: 72-80
16EEHenrik Eriksson, Yuval Shahar, Samson W. Tu, Angel R. Puerta, Mark A. Musen: Task Modeling with Reusable Problem-Solving Methods. Artif. Intell. 79(2): 293-326 (1995)
15 Mark A. Musen, Guus Schreiber: Architectures for intelligent systems based on reusable components. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 7(3): 189-199 (1995)
14 Samson W. Tu, Henrik Eriksson, John H. Gennari, Yuval Shahar, Mark A. Musen: Ontology-based configuration of problem-solving methods and generation of knowledge-acquisition tools: application of PROTEGE-II to protocol-based decision support. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 7(3): 257-289 (1995)
13 Angel R. Puerta, Henrik Eriksson, John H. Gennari, Mark A. Musen: Model-Based Automated Generation of User Interfaces. AAAI 1994: 471-477
12 Angel R. Puerta, Henrik Eriksson, John H. Gennari, Mark A. Musen: Beyond Data Models for Automated User Interface Generation. BCS HCI 1994: 353-366
11EEJohn H. Gennari, Samson W. Tu, Thomas E. Rothenfluh, Mark A. Musen: Mapping domains to methods in support of reuse. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 41(3): 399-424 (1994)
10EEHenrik Eriksson, Angel R. Puerta, Mark A. Musen: Generation of knowledge-acquisition tools from domain ontologies. Int. J. Hum.-Comput. Stud. 41(3): 425-453 (1994)
9EEJohn W. Egar, Mark A. Musen: Graph-Grammar Assistance for Automated Generation of Influence Diagrams. UAI 1993: 235-242
8 Henrik Eriksson, Mark A. Musen: Metatools for Knowledge Acquisition. IEEE Software 10(3): 23-29 (1993)
7 Mark A. Musen, Samson W. Tu: Problem-Solving Models for Generation of Task-Specific Knowledge-Acquisition Tools. AIFIPP 1992: 23-49
6 Henrik Eriksson, Mark A. Musen: Conceptual Models for Automatic Generation of Knowledge-Acquisition Tools. EKAW 1992: 14-36
5 Mark A. Musen: Die Suche nach der Wissensebene. KI 4(2): 25-26 (1990)
4 Samson W. Tu, Michael G. Kahn, Mark A. Musen, Jay C. Ferguson, Edward H. Shortliffe, Lawrence M. Fagan: Episodic Skeletal-Plan Refinement Based on Temporal Data. Commun. ACM 32(12): 1439-1455 (1989)
3 Mark A. Musen: An Editor for the Conceptual Models of Interactive Knowledge-Acquisition Tools. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 31(6): 673-698 (1989)
2 Mark A. Musen: Automated Support for Building and Extending Expert Models. Machine Learning 4: 347-375 (1989)
1 Mark A. Musen, Lawrence M. Fagan, David M. Combs, Edward H. Shortliffe: Use of a Domain Model to Drive an Interactive Knowledge-Editing Tool. International Journal of Man-Machine Studies 26(1): 105-121 (1987)

Coauthor Index

1Harith Alani [68]
2Russ B. Altman [17] [23]
3Yasser Bashir [62]
4V. Richard Benjamins [40] [44] [61]
5Casey Best [36] [37]
6Christopher Brewster [47]
7David L. Buckeridge [55] [57] [78]
8Heyning Cheng [23]
9Abhita Chugh [63]
10David M. Combs [1] [26]
11Shantha Condamoor [69]
12Sherri de Coronado [72]
13Monica Crubézy [28] [31] [34] [40] [41] [42] [44] [49] [57]
14Benjamin Dai [75]
15Olivier Dameron [50] [51] [62] [65]
16Amar K. Das [19] [25] [66] [67] [70] [73]
17Mike Dean [60]
18Stefan Decker [31] [40]
19Parvati Dev [62]
20Ying Ding [44]
21Michael Dorf [75]
22Nick Drummond [59]
23John W. Egar [9]
24Jeremy Ellman [47]
25Henrik Eriksson [6] [8] [10] [12] [13] [14] [16] [20] [41]
26Neil Ernst [36]
27Lawrence M. Fagan [1] [4] [26]
28Dieter Fensel [32] [40] [44]
29Ray W. Fergerson [29] [31] [36] [41] [54]
30Jay C. Ferguson [4]
31Gilberto Fragoso [72]
32Enrico Franconi [47]
33Steve Fuller [47]
34Mauro Gaspari [40]
35John H. Gennari [11] [12] [13] [14] [17] [20] [23] [41]
36Bernard Gibaud [51] [65]
37Yolanda Gil [33] [61]
38Nicholas Griffith [75] [76]
39Rix Groenboom [40]
40Benjamin N. Grosof [60]
41David Grossman [62]
42William E. Grosso [40] [41] [60]
43Nicola Guarino [58]
44Richard Hall [69]
45Michael Halle [71]
46Frank van Harmelen [40]
47Frank W. Hartel [72]
48Matthew Horridge [59]
49Chih-Sheng Johnson Hou [35]
50Neill Jones [69]
51Clement Jonquet [75] [80]
52Michael G. Kahn [4]
53Ron Kikinis [71]
54Michel C. A. Klein [53]
55Holger Knublauch [50] [54] [56] [59] [60]
56Sandhya Kunnatur [53]
57Marin Litoiu [37]
58William Liu [63]
59Phillip W. Lord [59]
60Wenjin Lu [34] [42]
61Tim Mather [69]
62José L. V. Mejino Jr. [48]
63Jeff Michaud [37]
64Michael Montegut [75]
65Dilvan A. Moreira [64]
66Enrico Motta [34] [40] [42] [44] [61]
67Bernd Neumann [39] [43]
68John H. Nguyen [25]
69Natalya Fridman Noy (Natasha Fridman Noy, Natasha F. Noy) [29] [30] [31] [35] [36] [38] [41] [45] [46] [48] [52] [53] [54] [59] [63] [68] [72] [74] [75] [76] [77] [79]
70Csongor Nyulas [66] [67] [70] [73] [78]
71Martin J. O'Connor [55] [57] [60] [66] [67] [70] [73] [78]
72Kieron O'Hara [47]
73Lucila Ohno-Machado [18] [22]
74Anna Okhmatovskaia [78]
75Diane E. Oliver [27]
76Borys Omelayenko [44]
77Dave Parrish [70]
78Zachary Pincus [57]
79Enric Plaza [40]
80Angel R. Puerta [10] [12] [13] [16] [20]
81Derek Rayside [37]
82Alan L. Rector [56] [59]
83Cornelius Rosse [48]
84Thomas E. Rothenfluh [11] [20]
85Daniel L. Rubin [45] [62] [71] [75]
86Guus Schreiber (A. Th. Schreiber) [15] [28] [40]
87Abraham Sebastian [79]
88Julian Seidenberg [59]
89Nigel Shadbolt (Nigel R. Shadbolt) [68]
90Nigam Shah (N. H. Shah) [68] [75] [80]
91Yuval Shahar [14] [16] [19] [21] [25] [27]
92Ravi Shankar [67] [70] [73]
93Jude W. Shavlik [33]
94Edward H. Shortliffe [1] [4] [26] [27]
95Simon Buckingham Shum [47]
96Michael Sintek [31]
97Harold Solbrig [72]
98Robert Stevens (Robert D. Stevens) [59]
99Margaret-Anne D. Storey [36] [37]
100Rudi Studer [39] [40] [43]
101Ion-Florin Talos [71]
102Samson W. Tu [4] [7] [11] [14] [16] [19] [20] [24] [25] [41] [60] [66] [67] [69] [70] [77] [78]
103Tania Tudorache [74] [77] [79]
104Hai Wang [59]
105Bob J. Wielinga [40] [44]
106Yorick Wilks [47]
107Haobo Xu [55]
108Cherie Youn [75]

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