The software solves the problem of approximate search on XML data coming from heterogenous sources. In particular, it considers the field of advanced search engines for digital libraries containing semi-structured information describing the same reality but coming from different sources and, therefore, satisfying different structural requirements. In this context, it includes techniques allowing the automatic rewriting of the queries submitted by the users (query rewriting) w.r.t. every document of the digital library which can be useful to satisfy their information need.

XML-S3MART: Similarity Search on Semi-Structured Data / Martoglia, Riccardo. - ELETTRONICO. - (2005).

XML-S3MART: Similarity Search on Semi-Structured Data

MARTOGLIA, Riccardo
2005

Abstract

The software solves the problem of approximate search on XML data coming from heterogenous sources. In particular, it considers the field of advanced search engines for digital libraries containing semi-structured information describing the same reality but coming from different sources and, therefore, satisfying different structural requirements. In this context, it includes techniques allowing the automatic rewriting of the queries submitted by the users (query rewriting) w.r.t. every document of the digital library which can be useful to satisfy their information need.
Martoglia, Riccardo
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