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2009
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Flexible SPARQL Querying of Web Data Tables Driven by an Ontology

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Flexible SPARQL Querying of Web Data Tables Driven by an Ontology
This paper concerns the design of a workflow which permits to feed and query a data warehouse opened on the Web, driven by a domain ontology. This data warehouse has been built to enrich local data sources and is composed of data tables extracted from Web documents. We recall the main steps of our semi-automatic method to annotate Web data tables driven by a domain ontology. The output of this method is an XML/RDF data warehouse composed of XML documents representing Web data tables with their fuzzy RDF annotations. We then present how to query simultaneously the local data sources and the XML/RDF data warehouse, using the domain ontology, through a flexible querying language. This language allows preferences to be expressed in selection criteria using fuzzy sets. We study more precisely how to retrieve approximate answers extracted from the Web data tables by comparing preferences expressed as fuzzy sets with fuzzy annotations using SPARQL.
Patrice Buche, Juliette Dibie-Barthélemy, H
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where FQAS
Authors Patrice Buche, Juliette Dibie-Barthélemy, Hajer Chebil
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