Ontological Design of Information Retrieval Model for Real Estate Documents

  • Namrata RastogiEmail author
  • Parul Verma
  • Pankaj Kumar
Conference paper


There is plethora of information lying over Internet which requires effective retrieval such that there is best utilization of information. The scenario becomes all the more critical when it is dealing with semantic information access in e-governance domain. Hence, for an efficient information retrieval in Semantic Web, applying ontological design and rules is the most suitable research technology. This research paper proposes a real estate information retrieval model that will semantically retrieve legal documentation formats for real estate transactions. The paper also depicts the creation of real estate ontology using Protégé 4.3 which shows the formulation of the first step of the model.


E-government Information retrieval model Ontology Protégé Real estate Semantic web 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Amity Institute of Information TechnologyAmity University Uttar PradeshLucknowIndia
  2. 2.Department of Computer ScienceSri Ramswaroop College of Engineering & ManagementLucknowIndia

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