Semantic Technologies in Agricultural Communication – The iGreen Project
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Presentation held by Gunnar Grimnes, Malte Kiesel, Ansgar Bernardi, Andreas Dengel at the Agricultural Ontology Service (AOS) Workshop 2012 in Kutching, Sarawak, Malaysia from September 3 - 4, 2012

Presentation held by Gunnar Grimnes, Malte Kiesel, Ansgar Bernardi, Andreas Dengel at the Agricultural Ontology Service (AOS) Workshop 2012 in Kutching, Sarawak, Malaysia from September 3 - 4, 2012

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Semantic Technologies in Agricultural Communication – The iGreen Project Semantic Technologies in Agricultural Communication – The iGreen Project Presentation Transcript

  • Herbal Medicine KnowledgeBase (HMKB) System Supiah MustaffaVersion: 1.0 Ros’aleza Zarina Ishak Lee Chee Kiam Michelle Lim Sien Niu Nor Ezam Selan (MIMOS Berhad) Mary Sintoh (SEDIA)
  • Outline• Problem Statement• Knowledge Modeling and Engineering• Collaborative Knowledge Management• Value of the Proposition• Future Works & Conclusion
  • Problem StatementProblem:• deterioration of herbal medicine knowledge• scattered and unstructured information data sourcesSolution:• compile the information into a standard, reusable format and store it into a central repository that can be referred by different stakeholders
  • ObjectivesHMKB is developed to :1) document and preserve Malaysian herbal medicine knowledge2) provide collaborative platform for community of practice3) boost economic sector related to herbal medicine 4
  • Outline• Problem Statement• Knowledge Modeling and Engineering• Collaborative Knowledge Management• Value of the Proposition• Future Works & Conclusion
  • High level architecture of Herbal Medicine Knowledge Base (HMKB) http://www.sabahinfomed.com.my/TraditionalMedicine/ Traditional Medicine hasHerb hasProcesshttp://www.sabahinfomed.com.my/Pharmacology/ has hasInput Pharmacology Pharmacology Herb Process http://www.sabahinfomed.com.my/Herb/ http://www.sabahinfomed.com.my/Process/ 6
  • Knowledge Modeling and Engineering Traditional Medicine Pharmacology Herb ProcessDescribe the knowledge about herb include:-scientific name, family name, origin, distribution location, suitability ofclimate, rainfall requirement, soil type, propagation parts andmanagement information 7
  • Herb Alkoloids <http://www.efloras.org/ florataxon.aspx?flora_id=110&ta Nyctanthes xon_id=200017788> sambac L. hasImageLink Jasminum Arabian hasFileFormat JPEG Image jasmine hasChemical {@en} Constituent India hasSynonym hasImage skos:prefLabel Oleaceae isOriginatedFrom China hasFamilyName hasDistributedPlace Jasminum sambac propagated Seed Soland. Ex Ait. hasNatural By Occurance Forest hasAltitude hasMeasurement hasPest Apply Unit Herb hasPest Diazinon hasTemperature Detail Control Altitude JSSPest hasMeter AnnualRainfall hasPest hasQuantity hasDisease Thrips Herb hasSoil Detail hasClimate Temperature Type JSS hasDisease hasRequired Captan 800 Disease Control Fertilizer Spray hasMaximum hasMeasurement Quantity hasDisease Unit Nitrogen hasMinimum Herb LeafSpot Quantity Annual SandyLoamy Celcius Soil Tropical Rainfall 25 hasMaximum 40 hasMeasurement Quantity Unit hasMinimum 50 Quantity Instance 40 Datatype property Centimeter Annotation property 8
  • Knowledge Modeling and Engineering Traditional Medicine Pharmacology Herb ProcessConsolidate important information about the prescription of certainmedicine to cure certain diseases- required quantity of herbs, the disease cured, detailed prescription andprescription method 9
  • Traditional Medicine Young Gramme Leave 150 Gallstone hasQuantity hasPlant hasMeasurement Mililiter PartUsed10 Unit hasMeasurement usedToTreat JSLAForGallstone hasFrequency Unit 3 times Prescription1 daily hasQuantity JasminumSambac has hasMedication JSLAFor hasDuration HerbUsed1 Traditional Prescription Gallstone Medicine hasTreatmentMethod JSLAForGallstone Duration hasHerb hasProcess hasMeasurement hasQuantity Drink Unit JSLAForGallstone Jasminum 3 Process sambacLAit Week 10
  • Knowledge Modeling and Engineering Traditional Medicine Pharmacology Herb ProcessExplains the sequence of interdependent and linked procedures fortraditional medicine preparation 11
  • Process Jasminum sambac hasInput JSLAForGallstone Soland. Ex Ait. Process expandTo hasInitial expandTo Process followBy Boil Add Water Water herb:hasDescription herb:hasDescription 10 gram of young leaves, 3 cups of water boiled to become 1 cup. Add up to 450 ml hot water for infusion. 12
  • Knowledge Modeling and Engineering Traditional Medicine Herb Pharmacology ProcessConsist of pharmacology activity and pharmacology toxicity knowledge 13
  • Pharmacology Microgram per milliliter 200 hasMeasurementUnit IC50 In vitro Stree hasQuantity hasConcentration Unit protectAgainst JSLA anti- extractFrom useTestModel Stem stress extract hasExtract Type Methanol useExtract hasPharmacology JSLAJasminum sambac Soland. Ex Ait. Phamacology hasProduced 200 hasQuantity hasPharmacology Chemical Activity Milligram per JSLA anti- hasMeasurement kilogram stress Unit chemical hasConcentration hasChemical Unit Anti-stress IC50 Extract Benzyl acetate 14
  • Outline• Problem Statement• Knowledge Modeling and Engineering• Collaborative Knowledge Management• Value of the Proposition• Future Works & Conclusion
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management Customized tree view Navigation Semantic Search Data Access Authoring LayerData Validation Collaborative Knowledge Management 16
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management Customized tree view Navigation Semantic Data Access Search Layer AuthoringData Validation Collaborative Knowledge Management 17
  • Navigation, Search, Authoring Search Authoring Navigation 18
  • Data Validation 19
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management Customized class hierarchy view Navigation Search Semantic Data Access Layer AuthoringData Validation Collaborative Knowledge Management 20
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management• Customized tree view Traditional medicine Pharmacology a b Original tree (a) versus customized tree (b) 21
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management Customized class hierarchy view Navigation Search Authoring Semantic Data Access LayerData Validation Collaborative Knowledge Management 22
  • Collaborative Knowledge Management• Semantic Data Access Layer (DAL) – Adopted SOA architecture Component Lookup A AllegroGraph Server 3.2 9 4 5 1 6 7 Triple Cache Client Delegator KBInterface MySQL 11 10 8 Store Server 5.0.84 2 KBInterface 3 Component Lucene Authenticator B Index Semantic Technology Platform KBInterface 23
  • Outline• Problem Statement• Knowledge Modeling and Engineering• Collaborative Knowledge Management• Value of the Proposition• Future Works & Conclusion
  • Value Proposition Knowledge enrichment capabilities Scalability withSOA architecture Simple approval workflow Value Proposition Support diagnosis decision process Drug discovery 25
  • Comparative StudyFeature TROPICOS HerbMed HMKBFree text search √ √ √Text completion/suggestion √ X √ Available only for the licensed version of theAdvance search √ database. √Wildcard support √ √ √ Subject matter experts are allowedContent to contributecontribution X X contentUser Guide – UserManual X √ √Statistic √ X √Navigation √ √ √Access Free Subscription fee required Free 26
  • Outline• Motivation/Problem statement• Knowledge Modeling and Engineering• Collaborative Knowledge Management• Value of the Proposition• Future Works & Conclusion
  • Future Works1. Deployment stage2. Impact study 28
  • Future Works1. Deployment stage • involves the internal users identified within SEDIA department • involve 20 usersInternal Pilot • focus on system familiarization, training and data migration and transition Test • participation from selected government agencies and organizations Controlled • includes engagement of selected subject matter expertsdeployment • Herbal Medicine web portal will be made available for public access to information on pharmacology, herbs and traditional medicine Full • the community of practice will be able to contribute their knowledge anddeployment inputs in the related fields 29
  • Future Works2. Impact Study Economy • encourage the cash flow • promote exploration and production activity • offer job employment Socio economy • reduce time required in collecting and accessing herbal medicine knowledge • increase awareness among users • increase usage of herbal medicine among users • promote commercialization of herbal medicine 30
  • ConclusionHMKB System:• preserve the herbal medicine knowledge• provide collaborative platform for community of practice• promote herbal medicine economic demands 31
  • QUESTION ANDANSWER 32