Facet Graphs: Complex Semantic Querying Made Easy

@inproceedings{Heim2010FacetGC,
  title={Facet Graphs: Complex Semantic Querying Made Easy},
  author={Philipp Heim and Thomas Ertl and J{\"u}rgen Ziegler},
  booktitle={ESWC},
  year={2010}
}
While the Semantic Web is rapidly filling up, appropriate tools for searching it are still at infancy. In this paper we describe an approach that allows humans to access information contained in the Semantic Web according to its semantics and thus to leverage the specific characteristic of this Web. To avoid the ambiguity of natural language queries, users only select already defined attributes organized in facets to build their search queries. The facets are represented as nodes in a graph… CONTINUE READING
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