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Therefore, we devised a unified querying (UniQue) approach and a proxy-based implementation that provides a uniform and declarative interface for querying heterogeneous data sources across the Web. ... Pursuing this further, we propose Unified Query Language (UQL) that combines the expressiveness of CSS Selectors and XPath into a single and flexible selector language. ... ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank William Candillon and Dr. Ghislain Fourny at 28.io for their exceptional support with XQuery. ...doi:10.5220/0005764100840094 dblp:conf/webist/LaineKV16 fatcat:n2mokst5wjajle5k4fqkrybzae
To further the understanding of the requirements and approaches proposed for query languages in the conventional as well as the Semantic Web, this report surveys a large number of query languages for accessing ... From the detailed survey of these query languages, a common classification scheme is derived that is useful for understanding and differentiating languages within and among all three areas. ... We would like to thank Wolfgang May for reviewing a draft of this deliverable and providing numerous invaluable comments on how to improve both its presentation and content. ...doi:10.5282/ubm/epub.14883 fatcat:ogtwjku4f5fqvjk4lvdn66zf6a