Immunome Research

Immunome Research
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ISSN: 1745-7580


Deborah L McGuinness

Deborah L McGuinness

Knowledge Systems, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Stanford University and McGuinness Associates, Stanford, USA 

 Dr. Deborah McGuinness is the acting director and senior research scientist at the Knowledge Systems, (KSL) Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at Stanford University. She is a leading expert in knowledge representation and reasoning languages and systems and has worked in ontology creation and evolution environments for over 20 years. Most recently, Deborah is best known for her leadership role in semantic web research, and for her work on explanation, trust, and applications of semantic web technology, particularly for scientific applications. Deborah is co-editor of the Ontology Web Language which has emerged from web ontology working group of the World Wide Web (W3C) semantic web activity and has now achieved W3C Recommendation status. She helped start the web ontology working group out of work as a co-author of the DARPA Agent Markup Language program's DAML language. She is a co-author and technical leader of the Stanford KSL ontology evolution environment. She also consulted to help VerticalNet design and build its Ontobuilder/Ontoserver ontology evolution environment. She also provided technical leadership for the Stanford project to help Cisco systems form its ontology evolution plan for its meta data formation work. Completed Ph.D. in Knowledge Representation Department of Computer Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, USA.
Research Interest

  Semantic web, Mark-up languages, Epitopes, ontologies

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