Rémi Gilleron

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CONTENTS 7 Acknowledgments Many people gave substantial suggestions to improve the contents of this book. These are, in alphabetic order, Introduction During the past few years, several of us have been asked many times about references on finite tree automata. On one hand, this is the witness of the liveness of this field. On the other hand, it was(More)
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W e present a decision procedure, based on tree automata techniques, for satisfiability of systems of set constraints including negated subset relationships. This result extends all previous works on set constraints solving (Heintze and Jaffar [HJ$Oa] ; Aiken and Wimmers [AW$2] ; Gilleron, Tison and Tommasi [GTT93a] ; Bachmair, Ganzinger and Waldmann [BG(More)
Adapting keyword search to XML data has been attractive recently, generalized as XML keyword search (XKS). One of its key tasks is to return the meaningful fragments as the result. [1] is the latest work following this trend, and it focuses on returning the fragments rooted at SLCA (Smallest LCA -- Lowest Common Ancestor) nodes. To guarantee that the(More)
We present an original approach to the automatic induction of wrappers for sources of the hidden Web that does not need any human supervision. Our approach only needs domain knowledge expressed as a set of concept names and concept instances. There are two parts in extracting valuable data from hidden-Web sources: understanding the structure of a given HTML(More)