Keyword search in databases: the power of RDBMS

@inproceedings{Qin2009KeywordSI,
  title={Keyword search in databases: the power of RDBMS},
  author={Lu Qin and Jeffrey Xu Yu and Lijun Chang},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2009}
}
Keyword search in relational databases (RDBs) has been extensively studied recently. A keyword search (or a keyword query) in RDBs is specified by a set of keywords to explore the interconnected tuple structures in an RDB that cannot be easily identified using SQL on RDBMS. In brief, it finds how the tuples containing the given keywords are connected via sequences of connections (foreign key references) among tuples in an RDB. Such interconnected tuple structures can be found as connected trees… CONTINUE READING
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