Bayes Networks for Supporting Query Processing Over Incomplete Autonomous Databases

As the information available to lay users through autonomous data sources continues to increase, mediators become important to ensure that the wealth of information available is tapped effectively. A key challenge that these information mediators need to handle is the varying levels of incompleteness in the underlying databases in terms of missing attribute values. Existing approaches such as QPIAD aim to mine and use Approximate Functional Dependencies (AFDs) to predict and retrieve relevant incomplete tuples. These approaches make independence assumptions about missing values which critically hobbles their performance when there are tuples containing missing values for multiple correlated attributes.

Provided by: Arizona State University Topic: Data Management Date Added: Aug 2012 Format: PDF

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