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SIGMOD
2004
ACM
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12 years 6 months ago
Automatic Direct and Indirect Schema Mapping: Experiences and Lessons Learned
A schema mapping produces a semantic correspondence between two schemas. Automating schema mapping is challenging. The existence of 1:n (or n:1) and n:m mapping cardinalities make...
David W. Embley, Li Xu, Yihong Ding
VLDB
2005
ACM
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12 years 2 days ago
Semantic Adaptation of Schema Mappings when Schemas Evolve
Schemas evolve over time to accommodate the changes in the information they represent. Such evolution causes invalidation of various artifacts depending on the schemas, such as sc...
Cong Yu, Lucian Popa
WIRI
2005
IEEE
12 years 5 days ago
Mapping generation for XML data sources: a general framework
The inter-operability of multiple autonomous and heterogeneous data sources is an important issue in many applications such as mediation systems, datawarehouses, or web-based syst...
Zoubida Kedad, Xiaohui Xue
OTM
2005
Springer
12 years 3 days ago
Mapping Discovery for XML Data Integration
Abstract. The interoperability of heterogeneous data sources is an important issue in many applications such as mediation systems or web-based systems. In these systems, each data ...
Zoubida Kedad, Xiaohui Xue
IS
2006
11 years 6 months ago
A composite approach to automating direct and indirect schema mappings
Automating schema mapping is challenging. Previous approaches to automating schema mapping focus mainly on computing direct matches between two schemas. Schemas, however, rarely m...
Li Xu, David W. Embley
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