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Extensible markup Language approximate query answering Using data mining, intentional based on Tree-Based Association Rules

International Journal of Computer Science (IJCS) Published by SK Research Group of Companies (SKRGC)

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With the increasing popularity of XML for data representations, there is a lot of interest in searching XML data. Due to the structural heterogeneity and textual content’s diversity of XML, it is daunting for users to formulate exact queries and search accurate answers. Therefore, approximate matching is introduced to deal with the difficulty in answering users’ queries, and this matching could be addressed by first relaxing the structure and content of a given query, and then looking for answers that match the relaxed queries. Ranking and returning the most relevant results of a query have become the most popular paradigm in XML query processing. However, the existing proposals do not adequately take structures into account and they therefore lack the strength to elegantly combine structures with contents to answer the relaxed queries. To address this problem, we first propose a sophisticated framework of query relaxations for supporting approximate queries over XML data. The answers underlying this framework are not compelled to strictly satisfy the given query formulation, instead they can be founded on properties inferable from the original query. We then develop a novel top-k retrieval approach which can smartly generate the most promising answers in an order correlated with the ranking measure


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Extensible markup Language (XML),approximate query answering, data mining, intentional information, Tree-Based Association Rules.

  • Format Volume 5, Issue 1, No 28, 2017
  • Copyright All Rights Reserved ©2017
  • Year of Publication 2017
  • Author A Mohan Kumar, Dr. G Rajendra Kumar
  • Reference IJCS-291
  • Page No 1918-1926

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