His primary areas of study are Query language, RDF, Information retrieval, Temporal database and RDF query language. His Query language research incorporates themes from Semantics, GeoSPARQL, Data model and Geospatial analysis. Manolis Koubarakis studies SPARQL which is a part of RDF.
His SPARQL research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Semantic Web Rule Language and Linked data. His study in Information retrieval is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Hash table and Data mining. In his study, Theoretical computer science is strongly linked to Temporal information, which falls under the umbrella field of Temporal database.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Information retrieval, RDF, Geospatial analysis, World Wide Web and SPARQL. The Information retrieval study combines topics in areas such as Data modeling and Theoretical computer science. His studies deal with areas such as Time complexity, Qualitative reasoning and Data mining as well as Theoretical computer science.
His RDF course of study focuses on Scalability and Distributed computing. His Geospatial analysis study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Linked data, GeoSPARQL, Data science and Open data. In general World Wide Web, his work in Semantic Web is often linked to Publication and Digital library linking many areas of study.
Geospatial analysis, RDF, SPARQL, Linked data and GeoSPARQL are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Manolis Koubarakis examines in his Geospatial analysis study include Spatial analysis, Information retrieval, Search engine indexing, Cloud computing and Data science. His RDF study deals with Scalability intersecting with Joins and Parallel computing.
He combines subjects such as Programming language and Translation with his study of SPARQL. His study explores the link between Linked data and topics such as Data access that cross with problems in Library science, Key and Axiom. His GeoSPARQL study also includes
Manolis Koubarakis mostly deals with Geospatial analysis, Linked data, SPARQL, World Wide Web and Information retrieval. His research investigates the connection with Geospatial analysis and areas like GeoSPARQL which intersect with concerns in Natural language, Data science, Question answering, Service and Benchmark. His Linked data study incorporates themes from Change detection, Cloud computing and Data mining.
In most of his SPARQL studies, his work intersects topics such as Database. His work on Open government as part of general World Wide Web study is frequently linked to Copernicus, Named-entity recognition and Legislation, bridging the gap between disciplines. RDF and Knowledge graph are subfields of Information retrieval in which his conducts study.
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Telos: representing knowledge about information systems
John Mylopoulos;Alex Borgida;Matthias Jarke;Manolis Koubarakis.
Backtracking algorithms for disjunctions of temporal constraints
Kostas Stergiou;Manolis Koubarakis.
Artificial Intelligence (2000)
Composing cardinal direction relations
Spiros Skiadopoulos;Manolis Koubarakis.
Artificial Intelligence (2004)
Spatio-Temporal Databases: The CHOROCHRONOS Approach
T. Sellis;M. Koubarakis;A. Frank;S. Grumbach.
Springer-Verlag; 2003. (2003)
Strabon: a semantic geospatial DBMS
Kostis Kyzirakos;Manos Karpathiotakis;Manolis Koubarakis.
international semantic web conference (2012)
Modeling and querying metadata in the semantic sensor web: the model stRDF and the query language stSPARQL
Manolis Koubarakis;Kostis Kyzirakos.
international semantic web conference (2010)
A formal framework for business process modelling and design
Manolis Koubarakis;Dimitris Plexousakis.
Information Systems (2002)
Towards High Performance Peer-to-Peer Content and Resource Sharing Systems
Peter Triantafillou;Chrysanni Xiruhaki;Manolis Koubarakis;Nikolaos Ntarmos.
conference on innovative data systems research (2003)
On the consistency of cardinal direction constraints
Spiros Skiadopoulos;Manolis Koubarakis.
Artificial Intelligence (2005)
RDFS Reasoning and Query Answering on Top of DHTs
Zoi Kaoudi;Iris Miliaraki;Manolis Koubarakis.
international semantic web conference (2008)
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