A Text-based Query Interface to OWL Ontologies

@inproceedings{Damljanovic2008ATQ,
  title={A Text-based Query Interface to OWL Ontologies},
  author={Danica Damljanovic and Valentin Tablan and Kalina Bontcheva},
  booktitle={LREC},
  year={2008}
}
Accessing structured data in the form of ontologies requires training and learning formal query languages (e.g., SeRQL or SPARQL) which poses significant difficulties for non-expert users. One of the ways to lower the learning overhead and make ontology queries more straightforward is through a Natural Language Interface (NLI). While there are existing NLIs to structured data with reasonable performance, they tend to require expensive customisation to each new domain or ontology. Additionally… CONTINUE READING

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