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Title: Generating persistent reusable labels for semi structured data with order sensitive updates
Researcher: Jayanthi P
Guide(s): Tamilarasi, A.
Keywords: Internet, hypertext markup language, eXtensible Markup language, new labeling scheme for XML, XPath expression
Upload Date: 28-Nov-2013
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 
Abstract: In the Internet, users can share their information in a visual, linked manner by creating documents using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). It is useful for representing information for display on a browser or other display devices. It was not adequate for the extensible, data-oriented nature of the information exchange. But, the semi-structured nature of eXtensible Markup Language (XML) format allows users to store and process data. The architecture of the proposed system consists of query processing, labeling and query mapping functions. The XPath expression for querying database is given to query processing method. With the help of labeling method, the required nodes can be found and returned as a response to the query. The first approach called, New Labeling Scheme for XML (NLSX), is to avoid the re-computation problem in labeling method. The label values are the combinations of the characters and the digits. In NLSX, these combinations are made with the digits (0-9), lower case characters (a-z) and upper case characters (A-Z). The labels generated are permanently assigned to the nodes of XML document. The labels are made such that they maintain the lexicographic order of siblings in the document. This system reduces the size of index as well as reduces the time taken for generating the label. To get further improvement, the second approach, called New Labeling Scheme for XML using Unicode Characters (NLSXU) is proposed in the thesis. In this scheme, persistent labels are made with digits (0-9), both lower and upper case letters and the few of the characters in Unicode character set. The final approach, called Bit Scheme Indexing for XML (BSIX), uses binary strings to make the values of persistent labels. It avoids the re-computation problem and reduces the size of index further. The query system reduces the time taken for answering the queries. newline newline newline
Pagination: xix, 124
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/13374
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Information and Communication Engineering

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