9 Works

Terminologie des descripteurs des pains français

Philippe Roussel, Hubert Chiron, Amadou Ndiaye, Guy Della Valle, Kamal Kansou, Sophie Aubin, Magalie Weber & Christophe Fernandez
The AsCoPain-T terminology lists and defines the main quality assessment descriptors used by bread-making professionals and those used in scientific studies. It aims at linking professional and scientific terminologies, as language can vary greatly to denote similar processing operations and observations that are made on the dough and bread. The AsCoPain-T terminology is the result of successive efforts: expert knowledge collected by the INRA AsCoPain project first resulted in the definition of the relations between...

Process and Observation Ontology

Juliette Dibie, Stéphane Dervaux, Liliana Ibanescu & Joe Raad
A core ontology for modeling transformation processes and their observations.

Multi-scale Multi-step ontology

Stéphane Dervaux & Juliette Dibie
The Multi-scale Multi-step ontology (MS²O) is an ontology to describe transformation processes.

Ontologie des maladies animales

Marie-Colette Fauré, Sophie Aubin & Etienne Zundel
The Animal Diseases Ontology includes information on diseases of production animals and their related pathogenic agents in French and English. This version contains more than 500 pairs of host-disease and their more than 500 associated pathogens.

Gestion des connaissances en agroécologie

Luce Trouche, Laurence Guichard & Sophie Aubin
Agroecology knowledge management is an application ontology for the description and organization of knowledge to design innovative crop systems.

WheatPhenotype

Claire N�Dellec, Thierry Marcel & Pierre Sourdille
WheatPhenotype is an ontology of wheat traits and environmental factors that affect these traits. They include resistance to disease, development nutrition, bread quality, etc. Environmental factors include biotic and abiotic factors.

OntoBiotope

Claire Nédellec
The OntoBiotope Ontology describes all types of microorganism biotopes. The organization of the habitats follows physico-chemical property criteria.

Environment Ontology for Livestock

Pierre-Yves Le Bail, Isabelle Hue, Léa Joret, Marie-Christine Meunier-Salaün, Jérôme Bugeon, Olivier Dameron, Alice Fatet, Catherine Hurtaud, Claire Nédellec, Matthieu Reichstadt & Jean Vernet
The EOL ontology describes environmental conditions of livestock breeding. It includes feeding modalities, the structure of breeding systems and their environment.

Animal Trait Ontology for Livestock

Pierre-Yves Le Bail, Isabelle Hue, Léa Joret, Marie-Christine Meunier-Salaün, Jérôme Bugeon, Olivier Dameron, Alice Fatet, Catherine Hurtaud, Claire Nédellec, Matthieu Reichstadt & Jean Vernet
ATOL (Animal Trait Ontology for Livestock) is an ontology of characteristics defining phenotypes of livestock in their environment (EOL). ATOL aims to: - provide a reference ontology of phenotypic traits of farm animals for the international scientific and educational - communities, farmers, etc.; - deliver this reference ontology in a language which can be used by computers in order to support database management, semantic analysis and modeling; - represent traits as generic as possible for...

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