Enhancing Web Portals with Ontology-Based Data Access: The Case Study of South Africa's Accessibility Portal for People with Disabilities

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Web portal software is relatively easy to set up and populate from the perspective of the end-user, but it leaves the back-end database devoid of subject domain semantics due to the requirement for a generic implementation. This approach seriously hampers effective search capabilities to retrieve relevant information. Ontology-based data access (OBDA) could… (More)

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@inproceedings{Keet2008EnhancingWP, title={Enhancing Web Portals with Ontology-Based Data Access: The Case Study of South Africa's Accessibility Portal for People with Disabilities}, author={C. Maria Keet and Ronell Alberts and Aurona Gerber and Gibson Chimamiwa}, booktitle={OWLED}, year={2008} }