Fernandez, Miriam; Vallett, David and Castells, Pablo
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Semantic search has been one of the major envisioned benefits of the Semantic Web since its emergence in the late 90’s . Our demo shows a proposal towards this goal. One way to view a semantic search engine is as a tool that gets formal queries (e.g. in RDQL, RQL, SPARQL, or the like) from a client, executes them against an ontology-based knowledge base, and returns tuples of ontology values (resources) that satisfy the query . While this conception of semantic search brings enormous advantages already, our work aims at taking a step beyond this. In our view of Information Retrieval in the Semantic Web, a search engine returns documents, rather than (or in addition to) exact values, in response to user queries. The engine should rank the documents, according to concept-based relevance criteria. The overall retrieval process is illustrated in Figure 1 (see  for more details of our research).
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|Interdisciplinary Research Centre:||Centre for Research in Computing (CRC)|
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|Date Deposited:||17 May 2011 10:02|
|Last Modified:||23 Feb 2016 17:34|
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