Perhaps a better presentation about MetaGraph?
"John J. Deneen" wrote:
> Overview presentation
> < http://22.214.171.124/metagraph/privateSite/MetaGraph-public.ppt >
> Metagraph is a code name for a data and process representation
> used to describe structures and methods that capture, among other
> things, a computerized abstraction of the scientific process. Metgraph
> software is being developed to support modeling and implementation of
> the scientific methods practiced at CSI and CSI's collaborators.
> Metagraph software also supports model-based laboratory automation and
> control applications.
> Object Database System
> The new object database system being developed by CSI's Cellworks
> Project represents an entirely different approach to database
> system technology. Its primary goal is to provide a dynamic data
> that can handle complex hyper-graph / XML /Metagraph queries directly
> instead of simply returning a search set report to be parsed,
> interpreted and then analyzed by client applications. This new data
> system is highly distributed and entirely Java based. Its unique
> approach allows it to deal with data objects in their natural state
> instead of having to require a map or SQL translation layer.
> MetaGraph is a collaborative effort to produce a framework and set of
> tools for modeling, storing, and querying biological information.
> < http://www.csi.washington.edu/comsystec/metagraph/ >
> The MetaGraph Canon, a hypertext document that describes canonical
> of usage for MetaGraph in biology.
> < http://126.96.36.199/metagraph/privateSite/Index.html >
> The MetaGraph DTD for validating XML representations of MetaGraph
> < http://www.metagraph.org/schema/metagraph.txt >
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