Exploring the Advances in Semantic Search Engines

by Walter Rentería Agualimpia

CEDI’10 was held in the last september in Valencia, Spain.

Walter Renteria-Agualimpia, Francisco J. López-Pellicer, Pedro R. Muro-Medrano, Javier Nogueras-Iso, and F.Javier Zarazaga-Soria, Exploring the Advances in Semantic Search Engines

We presented the paper in the last International Symposium on Distributed Computing and Artificial Intelligence DCAI’10. It is an annual forum that will bring together ideas, projects, lessons, etc.. associated with distributed computing, artificial intelligence and its applications in different themes.

Our work was focused on Semantic Search Engines.
With the vertiginous volume information growing, the amount of an-swers provided by traditional search engines and satisfying syntactically the user queries has enlarged directly. In order to reduce this problem the race to develop Semantic Search Engines (SSE) is increasingly popular. Currently, there are mul-tiple proposals for Semantic Search Engines, and they are using a wide range of methods for matching the semantics behind user queries and the indexed collec-tion of resources. In this work we survey the semantic search engines domain, and present a miscellaneous of perspectives about the different classification of ap-proaches. We have created a comparative scheme and identified the prevalent re-search directions in SSE.

The completed survey can be reviewed at the link:
The paper is published on Distributed Computing and Artificial – Series: Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing, Vol. 79


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