A survey in semantic search technologies
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In this paper, we make a survey over the primary literature regarding semantic search technologies. By classifying the literature into six main categories, we review their characteristics respectively. In addition, the issues within the reviewed semantic search methods and engines are analysed and concluded based on four perspectives.
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