epistemics


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epistemics

(ˌɛpɪˈstiːmɪks; -ˈstɛm-)
n
(Philosophy) (functioning as singular) chiefly Brit the interdisciplinary study of knowledge and human information-processing, using the formal techniques of logic, linguistics, philosophy, and psychology. Compare artificial intelligence
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This platform is comprised of a suite of patent-pending technologies that includes the Knowledge Assembly(TM) process, which enables continuous and rapid construction of addressable biological models, as well as the Epistemics Engine(TM) System for mining and refining the models for mechanism discovery and validation.
This platform comprises a suite of patent-pending technologies that model and analyze compound MOA and disease mechanisms: the Knowledge Assembly(TM) process which enables rapid, ongoing construction of addressable biological models and the Epistemics Engine(TM) System for mining and refining the models for mechanism discovery and validation.
We have developed a novel approach to mechanism discovery and this agreement with the world's premier pharmaceutical research and development organization should provide additional validation of our Molecular Epistemics Platform.
Dexter's presentation will demonstrate one area in which our novel Molecular Epistemics platform is used to build comprehensive computable models to overcome the cognitive barriers hindering critical path research.
We utilize our Molecular Epistemics platform to define biological mechanisms for disease.
This platform is comprised of two core technologies that enable the modeling and analysis of compound MOA -- Knowledge Assembly(TM) and the Epistemics Engine(TM).
This platform is comprised of two core technologies that enable the modeling and analysis of compound MOA, Knowledge Assembly(TM) and the Epistemics Engine(TM).
This platform is comprised of two key technologies; Knowledge Assembly(TM), a proprietary process that creates computable knowledge maps of biological systems, and the Epistemics Engine(TM), an advanced modeling and simulation platform for biological systems analysis.