Here you can find the Research Objects that support the papers the Ontology Engineering Group (OEG) is researching on. This page is generated automatically, based on the rdf-a descriptions used within the Research Objects.

Common Motifs in Scientific Workflows: An Empirical Analysis

Workflow technology continues to play an important role as a means for specifying and enacting computational experiments in modern Science. Reusing and repurposing workflows allow scientists to do new experiments faster, since the workflow... (click here to see more)

Quantifying Reproducibility in Computational Biology: The Case of the Tuberculosis Drugome

How easy is it to reproduce the results found in a typical computational biology paper? Either through experience or intuition the reader will already know that the answer is with difficulty or not at all. Here we attempt to quantify this... (click here to see more)

Parameter Optimization of an Ecological Niche Modeling Workflow

This page represents a representing the optimizations made on the AUC output parameter of the ENM workflow using Support Vector Machines (SVM). The optimizations are performed using genetic algorithms and have been represented with the ... (click here to see more)

Towards Reproducibility in Scientific Workflows: An infrastructure-based approach

It is commonly agreed that in-silico scientific experiments should be executable and repeatable processes. ost of the current approaches for computational experiment preservation... (click here to see more)

Formalisation and Experiences of R2RML-based SPARQL to SQL query translation using Morph

R2RML is used to specify transformations of data available in relational databases into materialised or virtual RDF datasets... (click here to see more).

Detecting common scientific workflow fragments using templates and execution provenance

Provenance plays a major role when understanding and reusing the methods applied in a scientific experiment, as it provides a record of inputs, the processes carried out and the use and generation of intermediate and final results. In the specific c... (click here to see more)

FragFlow: Automated Fragment Detection in Scientific Workflows

Scientific workflows provide the means to define, execute and reproduce computational experiments. However, reusing existing workflows still poses challenges for workflow designers. Workflows are often too large and too specific to reuse in their en... (click here to see more)

Workflow Reuse in Practice: A Study of Neuroimaging Pipeline Users

Workflow reuse is a major benefit of workflow systems and shared workflow repositories, but there are barely any studies that quantify the degree of reuse of workflows or the practical barriers that may stand in the way of successful reuse. In our o... (click here to see more)

Efficient RDF Interchange (ERI) Format for RDF Data Streams

RDF streams are sequences of timestamped RDF statements or graphs, which can be generated by several types of data sources (sensors, social networks, etc.). They may provide data at high volumes and rates, and be consumed by applications that requi... (click here to see more)

Towards Workflow Ecosystems Through Standard Representations

Workflows are increasingly used to manage and share scientific computations and methods. Workflow tools can be used to design, validate, execute and visualize scientific workflows and their execution results. Other tools manage workflow libraries or... (click here to see more)