Pattern-based Visualization of Knowledge Graphs

by   Luigi Asprino, et al.

We present a novel approach to knowledge graph visualization based on ontology design patterns. This approach relies on OPLa (Ontology Pattern Language) annotations and on a catalogue of visual frames, which are associated with foundational ontology design patterns. We demonstrate that this approach significantly reduces the cognitive load required to users for visualizing and interpreting a knowledge graph and guides the user in exploring it through meaningful thematic paths provided by ontology patterns.


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