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Conventional approaches to query expansion (QE) rely on the integration of an unstructured corpus and probabilistic rules for the extraction of candidate expansion terms. These methods do not consider search query semantics, thereby resulting in ineffective retrieval of information. The semantic approaches for QE overcome this limitation, whereby a search query is expanded with meaningful terms that accord with user information needs. This paper surveys recent approaches to semantic QE thatdoi:10.1109/access.2019.2894679 fatcat:ohugfhrpzjadtpc5zv7uwabk4i