SPARKLIS: a SPARQL Endpoint Explorer for Expressive Question Answering

  title={SPARKLIS: a SPARQL Endpoint Explorer for Expressive Question Answering},
  author={S{\'e}bastien Ferr{\'e}},
  booktitle={International Semantic Web Conference},
Sparklis is a Semantic Web tool that helps users explore SPARQL endpoints by guiding them in the interactive building of questions and answers, from simple ones to complex ones. It combines the fine-grained guidance of faceted search, most of the expressivity of SPARQL, and the readability of (controlled) natural languages. No endpoint-specific configuration is necessary, and no knowledge of SPARQL and the data schema is required from users. This demonstration paper is a companion to the… CONTINUE READING
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