Sorry, I don't speak SPARQL - Translating SPARQL Queries into Natural Language

Provided by: University of Leicester
Topic: Big Data
Format: PDF
Over the past years, semantic web and linked data technologies have reached the backend of a considerable number of applications. Consequently, large amounts of RDF data are constantly being made available across the planet. While experts can easily gather information from this wealth of data by using the W3C standard query language SPARQL, most lay users lack the expertise necessary to proficiently interact with these applications. Consequently, non-expert users usually have to rely on forms, query builders, question answering or keyword search tools to access RDF data.

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