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1Bast, H. ; Bäurle, F. ; Buchhold, B. ; Haussmann, E.: Broccoli: semantic full-text search at your fingertips.
Abstract: We present Broccoli, a fast and easy-to-use search engine forwhat we call semantic full-text search. Semantic full-textsearch combines the capabilities of standard full-text searchand ontology search. The search operates on four kinds ofobjects: ordinary words (e.g., edible), classes (e.g., plants), instances (e.g.,Broccoli), and relations (e.g., occurs-with or native-to). Queries are trees, where nodes are arbitrary bags of these objects, and arcs are relations. The user interface guides the user in incrementally constructing such trees by instant (search-as-you-type) suggestions of words, classes, instances, or relations that lead to good hits. Both standard full-text search and pure ontology search are included as special cases. In this paper, we describe the query language of Broccoli, a new kind of index that enables fast processing of queries from that language as well as fast query suggestion, the natural language processing required, and the user interface. We evaluated query times and result quality on the full version of the English Wikipedia (32 GB XML dump) combined with the YAGO ontology (26 million facts). We have implemented a fully functional prototype based on our ideas, see: http://broccoli.informatik.uni-freiburg.de.
Objekt: Broccoli ; YAGO ; Wikipedia