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Toward DB-IR Integration: Per-Document Basis Transactional Index Maintenance

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Toward DB-IR Integration: Per-Document Basis Transactional Index Maintenance
While information retrieval (IR) and databases (DB) have been developed independently, there have been emerging requirements that both data management and efficient text retrieval should be supported simultaneously in an information system such as health care systems, bulletin boards, XML data management, and digital libraries. Recently DB-IR integration issue has been budded in the research field. The great divide between DB and IR has caused different manners in index maintenance for newly arriving documents. While DB has extended its SQL layer to cope with text fields due to lack of intact mechanism to build IR-like index, IR usually treats a block of new documents as a logical unit of index maintenance since it has no concept of integrity constraint. However, towards DB-IR integration, a transaction on adding or updating a document should include maintenance of the postings lists accompanied by the document – hence per-document basis transactional index maintenance. In this p...
Jinsuk Kim, Du-Seok Jin, Yunsoo Choi, Chang-Hoo Je
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ALPIT
Authors Jinsuk Kim, Du-Seok Jin, Yunsoo Choi, Chang-Hoo Jeong, Kwang-Young Kim, Sung-Pil Choi, Minho Lee, Min-Hee Cho, Ho-Seop Choe, Hwa-Mook Yoon, Jeong-Hyun Seo
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