GraphScope: Knowledge graph search in your Semantic MediaWiki

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Has conference::SMWCon Fall 2015
{{#set: Has title=GraphScope: Knowledge graph search in your SMW |template=BySetTemplateSimpleValueOutput}}
Talk details
Description: Has description::Search your semantic data with simple keyword queries
Speaker(s): {{#set:Has speaker=Daniel Herzig}}Daniel Herzig
Type: {{#set:Has talk type=Talk}}Talk, {{#set:Has talk type=Demo}}Demo, {{#set:Has talk type=Presentation}}Presentation
Audience: {{#set:Has audience type=Everyone}}Everyone, {{#set:Has audience type=Developers}}Developers, {{#set:Has audience type=Community}}Community, {{#set:Has audience type=Business people}}Business people, {{#set:Has audience type=Academics}}Academics, {{#set:Has audience type=Admins}}Admins
Event start: Has planned start::2015/10/29 11:15:00
Event finish: Has planned finish::2015/10/29 11:45:00
Length: Has duration::30 min
Video: click here
Keywords: Has keyword::Semantic search, Has keyword::keywords2sparql, Has keyword::GraphScope, Has keyword::live demo
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{{#set: Has video plain= }} Semantic MediaWiki allows to capture structured data about entities and their relationships to other entities through simple annotations. When entire domains, product catalogues or company structures are modelled, these annotations form a knowledge graph, which is internally represented in RDF. Finding the right information in such a knowledge graph is a frequent, but tricky task.

In this talk we present GraphScope, a graph search engine that is able to find multiple related entities with a keyword query. Information needs such as "Find all ingredients of drug X" or "Find all colleagues and their email address, who are working on projects with customer Z" can be satisfied. The usage for the user remains the same as for other search engines, just entering simple keyword queries is enough. A live demo will be shown to demonstrate GraphScope in action.