Query Processing under GLAV Mappings for Relational and Graph Databases

Schema mappings establish a correspondence between data stored in two databases, called source and target respectively. Query processing under schema mappings has been investigated extensively in the two cases where each target atom is mapped to a query over the source (called GAV, global-as-view), and where each source atom is mapped to a query over the target (called LAV, local-as-view). The general case, called GLAV, in which queries over the source are mapped to queries over the target, has attracted a lot of attention recently, especially for data exchange.

Provided by: VLD Digital Topic: Data Management Date Added: Feb 2013 Format: PDF

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