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Query processing model for Internet ontology data change
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Query processing model for Internet ontology data change
Oh, Sung-Kyun; Kim, Byung-gon;
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To provide more efficient and exact search result, internet systems will rely more and more on semantic web. Ontology is one of the important methods for implementation of semantic web. Ontology is used to implement an explicit formal vocabularies to share. However, important problems rise when dealing with ontology. Ontologies are typically subject to change because they are living. In order to handle ontology data change situation, a version handling system is needed to keep track of changes. For example, the queries subject to the previous ontology may become inconsistent and must be updated according to the newest version of ontology. Although many research was done in this area, there are still many problems to overcome. In this paper, we propose class and property transition graph for query transformation. The graph is created when ontology data is changed and applied to query transformation.
Semantic Web;Ontology;Query processing;Ontology version;
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