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The Semantic Web contains large amounts of related information in the form of knowledge graphs such as DBpedia. These knowledge graphs are typically enormous and are not easily accessible for

The Semantic Web contains large amounts of related information in the form of knowledge graphs such as DBpedia. These knowledge graphs are typically enormous and are not easily accessible for users as they need specialized knowledge in query languages (such as SPARQL) as well as deep familiarity of the ontologies used by these knowledge graphs. So, to make these knowledge graphs more accessible (even for non- experts) several question answering (QA) systems have been developed over the last decade.

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