The Semantic Web and Web Science

@inproceedings{Zhao2014TheSW,
  title={The Semantic Web and Web Science},
  author={Dongyan Zhao and Jianfeng Du and Haofen Wang and Peng Wang and Donghong Ji and Jeff Z. Pan},
  booktitle={Communications in Computer and Information Science},
  year={2014}
}
With the rapid development of Semantic Web, more and more RDF repositories, such as Linking Open Data (LOD), are available on the web. Generally, there are two services provided for exploring those RDF repositories, one is the keyword lookup, and the other is the SPARQL endpoint. Most users choose the lookup service, and millions of web logs have been recorded. Although, users expect to submit more expressive queries than keyword lookup, the complexity of SPARQL undoubtedly scared users away… CONTINUE READING