Gustavo O. Arocena

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In this paper we report on our experience using WebSQL, a high level declarative query language for extracting information from the Web. WebSQL takes advantage of multiple index servers without requiring users to know about them, and integrates full-text with topology-based queries. The WebSQL query engine is a library of Java classes, and WebSQL queries(More)
The widespread use of the Web has given rise to several new data management problems, such as extracting data from Web pages and making databases accessible from browsers, and has renewed the interest in problems that had appeared in other contexts before, such as querying graphs, semistructured data and structured documents. Although several kinds of(More)
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