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SPARQL Query Builders: Overview and Comparison

@inproceedings{Grafkin2016SPARQLQB,
  title={SPARQL Query Builders: Overview and Comparison},
  author={Pavel Grafkin and M. Mironov and M. Fellmann and Birger Lantow and K. Sandkuhl and A. Smirnov},
  booktitle={BIR Workshops},
  year={2016}
}
The SPARQL query language has been proposed as a simple language for querying graph-structured data on the Semantic Web. However, users have to write queries that must conform to the SPARQL syntax. ... 
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