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Discussion with potential users as well as evidence from the information retrieval literature indicated clearly the desirability of combining RDF browsing and querying with full text search. A full text search capability means a user can enter a relatively simple initial query that essentially quickly locates them in the information space, from where further browsing and searching can proceed. Additionally, supporting full text search means that the user can access the information even at an early stage when annotations are still sparse, while the support for RDF in QuizRDF allows structured browsing of an ontology. As RDF annotations are added to the system the user will bene t from the high precision and semantic expressiveness of RDF querying. This can be seen as a low threshold, high ceiling approach: the user can start using QuizRDF without necessarily having to invest a lot of time in creating a rich
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