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Enhanced Regular Path Queries on Semistructured Databases

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Enhanced Regular Path Queries on Semistructured Databases
Regular path queries are the basic navigational component of virtually all the mechanisms for querying semistructured data commonly found in information integration applications, Web and communication networks, biological data management etc. We start by proposing weightenhanced regular path queries with semantics that allow user-assigned preference (query) weights to be naturally combined with quantitative database link-information for driving the navigation. Motivated by the fact that the main applications of semistructured data involve distributed data sources, we focus next on the distributed evaluation of the weight-enhanced path queries. We present a distributed algorithm for evaluating our proposed queries in a multi-source setting. Our algorithm is general in the sense that it does not assume a known topology of the network and it can work using asynchronous communication. This algorithm can also be used to solve multi-source shortest path problems for which the full graph is n...
Dan C. Stefanescu, Alex Thomo
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where EDBTW
Authors Dan C. Stefanescu, Alex Thomo
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