Christopher Ochs
Christopher Ochs
Nokia Bell Labs - Senior Software Engineer
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Abstraction networks for terminologies: supporting management of “big knowledge”
M Halper, H Gu, Y Perl, C Ochs
Artificial intelligence in medicine 64 (1), 1-16, 2015
Scalable quality assurance for large SNOMED CT hierarchies using subject-based subtaxonomies
C Ochs, J Geller, Y Perl, Y Chen, J Xu, H Min, JT Case, Z Wei
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (3), 507-518, 2015
An empirical analysis of ontology reuse in BioPortal
C Ochs, Y Perl, J Geller, S Arabandi, T Tudorache, MA Musen
Journal of biomedical informatics 71, 165-177, 2017
A unified software framework for deriving, visualizing, and exploring abstraction networks for ontologies
C Ochs, J Geller, Y Perl, MA Musen
Journal of biomedical informatics 62, 90-105, 2016
A tribal abstraction network for SNOMED CT target hierarchies without attribute relationships
C Ochs, J Geller, Y Perl, Y Chen, A Agrawal, JT Case, G Hripcsak
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (3), 628-639, 2015
Utilizing a structural meta-ontology for family-based quality assurance of the BioPortal ontologies
C Ochs, Z He, L Zheng, J Geller, Y Perl, G Hripcsak, MA Musen
Journal of biomedical informatics 61, 63-76, 2016
Optimized ontology based internet search systems and methods
J Geller, C Ochs
US Patent 9,262,527, 2016
Scalability of abstraction-network-based quality assurance to large SNOMED hierarchies
C Ochs, Y Perl, J Geller, M Halper, H Gu, Y Chen, G Elhanan
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2013, 1071, 2013
New abstraction networks and a new visualization tool in support of auditing the SNOMED CT content
J Geller, C Ochs, Y Perl, J Xu
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2012, 237, 2012
A family-based framework for supporting quality assurance of biomedical ontologies in BioPortal
Z He, C Ochs, A Agrawal, Y Perl, D Zeginis, K Tarabanis, G Elhanan, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2013, 581, 2013
Quality assurance of the gene ontology using abstraction networks
C Ochs, Y Perl, M Halper, J Geller, J Lomax
Journal of bioinformatics and computational biology 14 (03), 1642001, 2016
Choosing the Granularity of Abstraction Networks for Orientation and Quality Assurance of the Sleep Domain Ontology.
C Ochs, Z He, Y Perl, S Arabandi, M Halper, J Geller
ICBO, 84-89, 2013
Deriving an abstraction network to support quality assurance in OCRe.
C Ochs, A Agrawal, Y Perl, M Halper, SW Tu, S Carini, I Sim, N Noy, ...
AMIA Annual Symposium, 2012
Summarizing and visualizing structural changes during the evolution of biomedical ontologies using a Diff Abstraction Network
C Ochs, Y Perl, J Geller, M Haendel, M Brush, S Arabandi, S Tu
Journal of biomedical informatics 56, 127-144, 2015
Algorithmic detection of inconsistent modeling among SNOMED CT concepts by combining lexical and structural indicators
A Agrawal, Y Perl, C Ochs, G Elhanan
2015 IEEE international conference on bioinformatics and biomedicine (BIBM …, 2015
Auditing Redundant Import in Reuse of a Top Level Ontology for the Drug Discovery Investigations Ontology.
Z He, C Ochs, LN Soldatova, Y Perl, S Arabandi, J Geller
VDOS+ DO@ ICBO, 2013
Google Knows Who is Famous Today--Building an Ontology from Search Engine Knowledge and DBpedia
C Ochs, T Tian, J Geller, SA Chun
2011 IEEE Fifth International Conference on Semantic Computing, 320-327, 2011
Quality assurance of chemical ingredient classification for the National Drug File–Reference Terminology
L Zheng, H Yumak, L Chen, C Ochs, J Geller, J Kapusnik-Uner, Y Perl
Journal of biomedical informatics 73, 30-42, 2017
Relating Complexity and Error Rates of Ontology Concepts
H Min, L Zheng, Y Perl, M Halper, S De Coronado, C Ochs
Methods of information in medicine 56 (03), 200-208, 2017
From SNOMED CT to Uberon: transferability of evaluation methodology between similarly structured ontologies
G Elhanan, C Ochs, JLV Mejino Jr, H Liu, CJ Mungall, Y Perl
Artificial intelligence in medicine 79, 9-14, 2017
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