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  1. Interesting synthesis. Property names might get more use than expression syntax (at least per Don Norman in

    Wouldn’t a lot of useful property commands identify relationships but actually match literals hanging off the related subjects or objects of the property? For instance, “broader subject” might make a good command to drive a SPARQL query matching a skos:prefLabel literal for a union of a dc:subject and skos:broader concepts.

    More generally, what about matching stemmed query terms and their synonyms against class, predicate, and instance literals and then ranking based on the graph proximity of the matched resources (a kind of clustering)? A required + separator might encourage the user to formulate discrete terms, as in:

    Akira Kurosawa + directed

    director + Rashomon

    director + Mifune + bandit

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