vSPARQL: A View Definition Language for the Semantic Web
2011) vSPARQL: A View Definition Language for the Semantic Web. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 44(1):pp. 102-117. (
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Translational medicine applications would like to leverage the biological and biomedical ontologies, vocabularies, and data sets available on the semantic web. We present a general solution for RDF information set reuse inspired by database views. Our view definition language, vSPARQL, allows applications to specify the exact content that they are interested in and how that content should be restructured or modified. Applications can access relevant content by querying against these view definitions. We evaluate the expressivity of our approach by defining views for practical use cases and comparing our view definition language to existing query languages.
|Item Type:||Journal (Paginated)|
|Keywords:||Translational medicine applications, RDF views, Ontologies, Vocabularies|
|Deposited By:||Franklin, Joshua Daniel|
|Deposited On:||11 April 2012|