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Martin O'Connor     (1)

Martin O'Connor, MS     (1A)

Research Staff     (1B)

Stanford Medical Informatics     (1C)

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Stanford Home Page     (1E)

Before joining Stanford Center for Biomedical Informatics Research I worked for several years at IBMÂ’s T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y. At Stanford I was involved in the development of the EON system, a component-based architecture for developing decision support systems for guideline based care. I also developed the Chronus temporal query system which was used to perform temporal queries on biomedical data. I am currently involved in the development of BioSTORM, a research system to evaluate intelligent systems for epidemic detection and characterization. In parallel with the [[BioSTORM]] efforts I am investigating the use of rules and query languages on the Semantic Web. I am currently developing the SWRLTab, an open source Protege-OWL-based development environment for the Semantic Web rule language SWRL.     (1G)

A list of my publications can be found here.     (1H)

See also:     (1I)

  • Mr. O'Connor's talk at the Ontolog Forum on "Efficiently Querying Relational Databases using OWL and SWRL" at: ConferenceCall_2007_02_08     (1J)
  • the "Rules in Semantic Web Applications" session proceedings with Mr. O'Connor among the panelists - ConferenceCall_2008_06_26     (1K)

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