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Path Outlines: Browsing Path-Based Summaries of Linked Open Datasets

@article{Destandau2020PathOB,
  title={Path Outlines: Browsing Path-Based Summaries of Linked Open Datasets},
  author={Marie Destandau and Olivier Corby and Alain Giboin},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2002.09949}
}
The Semantic Web is made of structured sources of information, such as DBpedia or GeoNames, also known as Linked Data (LD). They can be linked and queried together. The information they contain is atomized into triples, each triple being a simple statement composed of a subject, a predicate and an object. Triples can be combined to form higher level statements following information needs. This granularity makes it difficult to produce overviews of the content. We introduce the concept of path… 
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