Showing all 9 Publications linked to the living human digital library project
Technical infrastructure for the Living Human Project
LHDL is a STREP Project under the European Commission's 6th Framework Programme. It starts in February 2006 and runs for 3 years.
The major mission of LHDL is to further develop interactive digital library services to access collections of complex biomedical data on the musculoskeletal apparatus.
LHDL aims to create the technical infrastructure for the Living Human Project (LHP). LHP will create a silico model of the human musculo-skeletal apparatus wich can predict how...
Lambert, D. and Domingue, J. (2010) Photorealistic Semantic Web Service Groundings: Unifying RESTful and XML-RPC Groundings Using Rules, with an Application to Flickr, The 4th International Web Rule Symposium (RULEML 2010), Alexandria, VA, USA
Lambert, D. and Domingue, J. (2008) Grounding semantic web services with rules, Workshop: Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives, Rome, Italy
Galizia, S., Gugliotta, A. and Pedrinaci, C. (2008) A Formal Model for Classifying Trusted Semantic Web Services, Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC), Bangkok - Thailand
Galizia, S. and Gugliotta, A. (2008) A Framework for Selecting Trusted Semantic Web Services, Future Internet Symposium, Vienna - Austria
Galizia, S., Gugliotta, A., Pedrinaci, C. and Domingue, J. (2007) Applying Semantic Web Services, Workshop: 4th Italian Semantic Web Workshop - Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives (SWAP 2007), Bari - Italy
Lambert, D., Galizia, S. and Domingue, J. (2007) Agile elicitation of semantic goals by wiki, Workshop: Human-friendly (Web) Service Description, Discovery and Matchmaking at The 8th International Conference on Web Information Systems Engineering, Nancy, France
Lambert, D. (2007) Integrating services for integrated medicine, Workshop: Semantic Web in Ubiquitous Healthcare at 6th International Semantic Web Conference, Busan, South Korea
Viceconti, M., Taddei, F., Jan, S., Leardini, A., Clapworthy, G., Domingue, J., Galizia, S. and Quadrani, P. (2007) Toward the Multiscale Modelling of the Musculoskeletal System, in eds. Y. González and M. Cerrolaza (Eds.), Bioengineering Modeling and Computer Simulation, CIMNE, Barcelona, Spain
Viceconti, M., Taddei, F., Petrone, M., Galizia, S., Jan, S. and Clapworthy, G. (2006) Towards theVirtual Physiological Human: THE LIVING HUMAN PROJECT, 7th International Symposium on Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering (CMBBE 2006), Antibes Cote d' Azur, France