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In this article, we discuss the issues involved in adding a native score management system to object-relational databases, to be used in querying Web metadata (that describes the semantic content of Web resources). The Web metadata model is based on topics (representing entities), relationships...
We consider the problem of evaluating a large number of XPath expressions on a stream of XML packets. We contribute two novel techniques. The first is to use a single Deterministic Finite Automaton (DFA). The contribution here is to show that the DFA can be used effectively for this problem: in...
Materialized views can be maintained by submitting maintenance queries to the data sources. However, the query results may be erroneous due to concurrent source updates. State-of-the-art maintenance strategies typically apply compensations to resolve such conflicts and assume all source schemata...
We investigate the incremental validation of XML documents with respect to DTDs, specialized DTDs, and XML Schemas, under updates consisting of element tag renamings, insertions, and deletions. DTDs are modeled as extended context-free grammars. "Specialized DTDs" allow the decoupling of element...
Given a class model built from a dataset including labeled data, classification assigns a new data object to the appropriate class. In associative classification the class model (i.e., the classifier) is a set of association rules. Associative classification is a promising technique for the...
The principle of decoupling the partitioning and grouping processes that form the basis of most spatial indexing methods that use tree directories of buckets is explored. The decoupling is designed to overcome the following drawbacks of traditional solutions:(1) multiple postings in disjoint...
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