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Semantic Web Journal
With the recent rapid growth of the Semantic Web (SW), the processes of searching and querying content that is both massive in scale and heterogeneous have become increasingly challenging. User-friendly interfaces, which can support end users in querying and exploring this novel and diverse, structured information space, are needed to make the vision of the SW a reality. We present a survey on ontology-based Question Answering (QA), which has emerged in recent years to exploit the opportunitiesdoi:10.3233/sw-2011-0041 fatcat:ub7ja3qgzvcjrgeqdfk3g7huwa