Aemoo: exploratory search based on knowledge patterns over the Semantic Web

author: Andrea Giovanni Nuzzolese, University of Bologna
published: Nov. 25, 2011,   recorded: October 2011,   views: 2967


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Aemoo is a Web application supporting exploratory search over the Semantic Web. Through a simple keyword-based search interface, users can query Aemoo for information about any entity, which is then collected by aggregating knowledge from diverse sources such as linked data, Wikipedia, Twitter, and Google News. Such aggregation is performed according to cognitively-sound principles through the exploitation of knowledge patterns, and by exploiting semantic relations as well as interpreting hypertext links. Aemoo provides users with an e effective summary of knowledge about an entity, including explanations that clarify its relevance, and presents it through a user-friendly interface that supports exploration of further knowledge.

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