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Using semantic web techniques for validation of cognitive models against neuroscientific data

Balkenius, Christian LU and Gustafsson, Marie (2004) In Proceedings of AILS 04 ( Report / Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University ; 151) p.74-75
Abstract
Neuroinformatics is the

information science infrastructure of neuroscience. It relates to the tools, databases, models and

mechanisms of information flow that serve all of the clinical and research efforts in this field. There

have been several attempts to create neuroinformatic systems, but none seem to have reached wide

spread adoption yet.

This is especially true in the in the area of cognitive modeling where the goal is to develop

computational models of cognitive processes. When these models claim to parallel processes in

the brain, it would be useful if this could be tested in an automatic way by invoking some form

of neuroinformatic database. In principle, many... (More)
Neuroinformatics is the

information science infrastructure of neuroscience. It relates to the tools, databases, models and

mechanisms of information flow that serve all of the clinical and research efforts in this field. There

have been several attempts to create neuroinformatic systems, but none seem to have reached wide

spread adoption yet.

This is especially true in the in the area of cognitive modeling where the goal is to develop

computational models of cognitive processes. When these models claim to parallel processes in

the brain, it would be useful if this could be tested in an automatic way by invoking some form

of neuroinformatic database. In principle, many structural and functional claims about a model

could be automatically validated against neuroscientific data if both the model and the data were

represented in form suitable for an inference engine. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Neuroinformatics is the<br/><br>
information science infrastructure of neuroscience. It relates to the tools, databases, models and<br/><br>
mechanisms of information flow that serve all of the clinical and research efforts in this field. There<br/><br>
have been several attempts to create neuroinformatic systems, but none seem to have reached wide<br/><br>
spread adoption yet.<br/><br>
This is especially true in the in the area of cognitive modeling where the goal is to develop<br/><br>
computational models of cognitive processes. When these models claim to parallel processes in<br/><br>
the brain, it would be useful if this could be tested in an automatic way by invoking some form<br/><br>
of neuroinformatic database. In principle, many structural and functional claims about a model<br/><br>
could be automatically validated against neuroscientific data if both the model and the data were<br/><br>
represented in form suitable for an inference engine.},
  author       = {Balkenius, Christian and Gustafsson, Marie},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of AILS 04 ( Report / Lund Institute of Technology, Lund University ; 151)},
  editor       = {Malek, J.},
  issn         = {1650-1276},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {74--75},
  publisher    = {Department of Computer Science, Lund University},
  title        = {Using semantic web techniques for validation of cognitive models against neuroscientific data},
  year         = {2004},
}