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RSS: A framework enabling ranked search on the semantic web

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RSS: A framework enabling ranked search on the semantic web
The semantic web not only contains resources but also includes the heterogeneous relationships among them, which is sharply distinguished from the current web. As the growth of the semantic web, specialized search techniques are of significance. In this paper, we present RSS--a framework for enabling ranked semantic search on the semantic web. In this framework, the heterogeneity of relationships is fully exploited to determine the global importance of resources. In addition, the search results can be greatly expanded with entities most semantically related to the query, thus able to provide users with properly ordered semantic search results by combining global ranking values and the relevance between the resources and the query. The proposed semantic search model which supports inference is very different from traditional keyword-based search methods. Moreover, RSS also distinguishes from many current methods of accessing the semantic web data in that it applies novel ranking strate...
Xiaomin Ning, Hai Jin, Hao Wu
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Updated 12 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2008
Where IPM
Authors Xiaomin Ning, Hai Jin, Hao Wu
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