Graph Query By Example - GQBE in short - is a system that presents a simple and intuitive mechanism to query large knowledge graphs. Due to the overwhelming complexity of Knowledge graphs and the limited database knowledge of non-professional users, it is quite troublesome to procure the exact information through graph query. GQBE aims to let schema-agnostic users easily query knowledge graphs without having to write complex queries. If you know an example of what you are looking for, give that example as the input and GQBE will give you similar answers.
This demo covers the query intent: “list university professors who have designed some programming languages and also won an award in Computer Science”
For more information about the research and the paper, please visit ranger.uta.edu/~cli/pubs/2014/gqbe-icde14demo-cameraready-nov13.pdf
and our website idir.uta.edu/index.php/Innovative_Database_and_Information_Systems_Research_Laboratory
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