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Objective: Biomedical ontologies are typically structured in a biaxial way, reflecting both a taxonomic ( is-a ) and a partonomic ( part-of ) hierarchy. Commonly used biomedical terminologies, which incorporate such distinctions excel in terms of broad coverage but lack a rigid formal foundation....
Objective: This paper aims to present a specific optimized experimental protocol (EP) for classification and/or prediction problems. The neuro-evolutionary algorithms on which it is based and its application with two selected real cases are described in detail. The first application addresses the...