Keywords: semantic search, search engine, keyword search, information retrieval, RDF
Abstract: Natural language interfaces are one of the most powerful technologies to enable content access. It is a diverse and thriving topic that tackles a multitude of challenges ranging from designing better ranking models to user interfaces. Developing or adapting search engines is a very time-demanding and resource-consuming task. We present SANTé, a semantic search framework that facilitates publishing, querying, and browsing RDF data sets. We show the different interfaces implemented by SANTé through guided steps from raw RDF data to the search result using keyword queries. We demonstrate how SANTé can be used to publish and consume RDF data.