Ontologies in the Behavioral Sciences: Accelerating Research and the Spread of Knowledge describes how ontologies support science and its application to real-world problems. That report details how ontologies function, how they can be engineered to better support the behavioral sciences, and the resources needed to sustain their development and use to help ensure the maximum benefit from investment in behavioral science research. The full report published in May, 2022. This digest version summarizes the primary ideas presented in that report.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2022. Ontologies in the Behavioral Sciences: Accelerating Research and the Spread of Knowledge: Digest Version. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/26755.
|2 What Are Ontologies?||3-8|
|3 Why Do Ontologies Matter?||9-16|
|4 Ontologies in the Behavioral Sciences||17-24|
|5 Engineering Behavioral Ontologies||25-34|
|6 Supporting and Sustaining Behavioral Ontologies||35-40|
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