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BIM - Biomedical Image Ontology

BIM is an open biomedical image features ontology, it provides semantic vocabularies to represent the biomedical images and their features. BIM specifically addresses the provenance and crowd image annotation issues during biomedical image manipulation.

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Homepage https://sites.google.com/site/bimontology/
Contactnagy1989@gmail.com, ahmadchan@gmail.com, bakerc@unb.ca, michael.krauthammer@yale.edu
Topicsmedical imaging, biological imaging
SpeciesHuman
Class Count125
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The BIM ontology provides semantic vocabularies to describe the manually curated image annotations as well as annotations generated by online bioinformatics services using content extracted from images by the Semantic Enrichment of Biomedical Images (SEBI) system. The BIM ontology is represented in three parts; (i) image vocabularies - which holds vocabularies for the annotation of an image and/or region of interests (ROI) inside an image, as well as vocabularies to represent the pre and post processing states of an image, (ii) text entities - covers annotations from the text that are associated with an image (e.g. image captions) and provides semantic representation for NLP algorithm outputs, (iii) a provenance model  - that contributes towards the maintenance of annotation versioning.
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Biomedical Image Ontology (BIM Ontology)
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