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Re: Yet Another LOD cloud browser

From: Sherman Monroe <sdmonroe@gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 14 May 2009 01:46:13 -0500
Message-ID: <e23f467e0905132346g47f46bb1ka0c1feb88dcfaa89@mail.gmail.com>
To: carmen <_@whats-your.name>, semantic-web@w3.org
Hi Carmen,

Thanks for you feedback!

> I was amazed in the many instances where I got better results from LOD
> > dataspace than from Google/Technorati/Wikipedia. For example, searching
> > Monopoly, then filtering to the *umbel-sc:MentalSituations* category gave
> me
> > a nice (and in some cases humorous) list of Monopoly knock-offs. I tried
> whats the URI to this query?

I just implemented a permalink, it can be found on the "green bar". Here is
the link to the Monopoly query <http://ec2.monrai.com:8890/facets/> (it was
only one click into the graph)

> > finding such a list on the WWW with no
> > luck<http://www.google.com/search?q=Monopoly%20knockoffs>.
> monopoly inspired unofficial
> worked for me. didnt require clientside JS, or hosting for a Virtuoso
> instance..
I tried that query<http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=Monopoly+inspired+unofficial&btnG=Search>,
and still no list of knockoffs.

> > Kingsley tells me that Entity Rank [4] has to do with this, but I wonder
> > whether this quality will stick as the cloud increases.
> thankfully Google has been optimizing for cloud size of 'the entire
> internet' (and including non-RDF resources) for about 12 years
> i think the 'hard and fast, one solution only' is a problem with SPARQL.
> there was an interestring paper about using bloom filters from DERI at
> WWW2k9 or something, for 'approximate results'. not sure if it meshed w/
> Bayes/Levenshtein et al
That sounds like an interesting read, do you have the link to that ref?



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