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Authors: Marios Meimaris 1 ; George Alexiou 2 ; Katerina Gkirtzou 3 ; George Papastefanatos 3 and Theodore Dalamagas 3

Affiliations: 1 Reseach Center ATHENA and University of Thessaly, Greece ; 2 Reseach Center ATHENA and National Technical University of Athens, Greece ; 3 Reseach Center ATHENA, Greece

ISBN: 978-989-758-103-8

Keyword(s): Linked Data, RDF, Collaboration, Graph Search.

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Abstract: The Linked Data paradigm is the most common practice for publishing, sharing and managing information in the Data Web. Linkzoo is an IT infrastructure for collaborative publishing, annotating and sharing of Data Web resources, and their publication as Linked Data. In this paper, we overview LinkZoo and its main components, and we focus on the search facilities provided to retrieve and explore RDF resources. Two search services are presented: (1) an interactive, two-step keyword search service, where live natural language query suggestions are given to the user based on the input keywords and the resource types they match within LinkZoo, and (2) a keyword search service for exploring remote SPARQL endpoints that automatically generates a set of candidate SPARQL queries, i.e., SPARQL queries that try to capture user’s information needs as expressed by the keywords used. Finally, we demonstrate the search functionalities through a use case drawn from the life sciences domain.

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Meimaris M., Alexiou G., Gkirtzou K., Papastefanatos G. and Dalamagas T. (2015). RDF Resource Search and Exploration with LinkZoo.In Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Data Management Technologies and Applications - Volume 1: DATA, ISBN 978-989-758-103-8, pages 232-239. DOI: 10.5220/0005499602320239

author={Marios Meimaris and George Alexiou and Katerina Gkirtzou and George Papastefanatos and Theodore Dalamagas},
title={RDF Resource Search and Exploration with LinkZoo},
booktitle={Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Data Management Technologies and Applications - Volume 1: DATA,},


JO - Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Data Management Technologies and Applications - Volume 1: DATA,
TI - RDF Resource Search and Exploration with LinkZoo
SN - 978-989-758-103-8
AU - Meimaris M.
AU - Alexiou G.
AU - Gkirtzou K.
AU - Papastefanatos G.
AU - Dalamagas T.
PY - 2015
SP - 232
EP - 239
DO - 10.5220/0005499602320239

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