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1998
8 years 9 months ago
Advanced Query Mechanisms for Biological Databases
Existing query interfaces for biological databases are either based on fixed forms or textual query languages. Users of a fixed form-based query interface are limited to performin...
I-Min A. Chen, Anthony Kosky, Victor M. Markowitz,...
EDBTW
2006
Springer
8 years 12 months ago
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, W...
Dan C. Stefanescu, Alex Thomo
ICDT
2003
ACM
150views Database» more  ICDT 2003»
9 years 1 months ago
Bioinformatics Adventures in Database Research
Informatics has helped launch molecular biology into the genomic era. It appears certain that informatics will remain a major contributor to molecular biology in the post-genome er...
Jinyan Li, See-Kiong Ng, Limsoon Wong
BMCBI
2006
164views more  BMCBI 2006»
8 years 8 months ago
BIOZON: a system for unification, management and analysis of heterogeneous biological data
Integration of heterogeneous data types is a challenging problem, especially in biology, where the number of databases and data types increase rapidly. Amongst the problems that o...
Aaron Birkland, Golan Yona
ICDE
2011
IEEE
241views Database» more  ICDE 2011»
8 years 16 hour ago
Advanced search, visualization and tagging of sensor metadata
— As sensors continue to proliferate, the capabilities of effectively querying not only sensor data but also its metadata becomes important in a wide range of applications. This ...
Ioannis K. Paparrizos, Hoyoung Jeung, Karl Aberer
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