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XCluster Synopses for Structured XML Content

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XCluster Synopses for Structured XML Content
We tackle the difficult problem of summarizing the path/branching structure and value content of an XML database that comprises both numeric and textual values. We introduce a novel XML-summarization model, termed XCLUSTERs, that enables accurate selectivity estimates for the class of twig queries with numeric-range, substring, and textual IR predicates over the content of XML elements. In a nutshell, an XCLUSTER synopsis represents an effective clustering of XML elements based on both their structural and value-based characteristics. By leveraging techniques for summarizing XML-document structure as well as numeric and textual data distributions, our XCLUSTER model provides the first known unified framework for handling path/branching structure and different types of element values. We detail the XCLUSTER model, and develop a systematic framework for the construction of effective XCLUSTER summaries within a specified storage budget. Experimental results on synthetic and real-life dat...
Neoklis Polyzotis, Minos N. Garofalakis
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Year 2006
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Authors Neoklis Polyzotis, Minos N. Garofalakis
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