Scalable Continual Top-K Keyword Search in Relational Databases
Source: Cornell University
Keyword search in relational databases has been widely studied in recent years because it does not require users neither to master a certain structured query language nor to know the complex underlying database schemas. Most of existing methods focus on answering snapshot keyword queries in static databases. In practice, however, databases are updated frequently, and users may have long-term interests on specific topics. To deal with such a situation, it is necessary to build effective and efficient facility in a database system to support continual keyword queries.