Need of Ontology Based Systems in HealthCare System

Sulistyo Andarmoyo, Gusmaizal Syandri, Phong Thanh Nguyen, E. Laxmi Lydia, K. Shankar


Recently on the Semantic Web the healthcare is consider as one of the finest topic. To match the concept to the indexed documents into s set of representative the textual query is transformed. For apt documents manually the end user still has to search. In this way it becomes a cru- cial task to detect the information of patients. The theory of object is its relationship is considered as Ontology. In information science and computer science the ontology encompasses a definition, representation and formal naming of the relations, categories and properties between entities, concepts and data that substantiate all, many or one domains of discourse.

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Semantic Web, healthcare, Ontology, theory of object

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