Data Management

Efficient Processing of Partially Specified Twig Pattern Queries

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Executive Summary

As huge volumes of data are organized or exported in tree-structured form, it is quite necessary to extract useful information from these data collections using effective and efficient query processing methods. A natural way of retrieving desired information from XML documents is using Twig Pattern (TP), which is, actually, the core component of existing XML query languages. Twig pattern possesses the inherent feature that query nodes on the same path have concrete precedence relationships. It is this feature that makes it infeasible in many actual scenarios. This has driven the requirement of relaxing the complete specification of a twig pattern to express more flexible semantic constraints in a single query expression.

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