WebService::UMLSKS::FormGraph - Form a graph by accepting parents and siblings from UMLS.
use WebService::UMLSKS::FormGraph; use WebService::UMLSKS::GetUserData; # Creating object of class GetUserData my $g = WebService::UMLSKS::GetUserData->new; $t1 = valid input CUI1; $t2 = valid input CUI2; $service = $g->getUserDetails($verbose); @sources,@relations,@directions,@attributes = read from configuration; $allowable_pattern_regex = read from pattern file; $test_flag = 1 for testing else 0; my $return_val = form_graph-> form_graph($t1,$t2,$service, $verbose, \@sources, \@relations,\@directions ,\@attributes,$allowable_pattern_regex,$test_flag);
This module forms a graph of concepts connected to input concepts. It accepts the list of parents, children and siblings from GetNeighbors module. This module calls GetAllowablePaths module and finds the shortest allowable path between the input CUIs or concepts. It then calculates the semantic relatedness between the concepts using the shortest allowable path information.
The subroutines are as follows:
This sub creates a new object of FormGraph.
This sub gets neighbors for the input concepts and forms graph. It also calculates the semantic relatedness between the concepts.
This subroutines prints the current contents of queue
This subroutines queries webservice getConceptProperties
This subroutines prints the current contents of hash of hash
ValidateTerm.pm GetUserData.pm Query.pm ws-getUMLSInfo.pl FormGraph.pm GetAllowablePath.pm
Mugdha Choudhari, University of Minnesota Duluth <chou0130 at d.umn.edu>
Ted Pedersen, University of Minnesota Duluth <tpederse at d.umn.edu>
Copyright (C) 2011, Mugdha Choudhari, Ted Pedersen
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