Querying Structured Text in an XML Database

@inproceedings{AlKhalifa2003QueryingST,
  title={Querying Structured Text in an XML Database},
  author={Shurug Al-Khalifa and Cong Yu and H. V. Jagadish},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2003}
}
XML databases often contain documents comprising structured text. Therefore, it is important to integrate "information retrieval style" query evaluation, which is well-suited for natural language text, with standard "database style" query evaluation, which handles structured queries efficiently. Relevance scoring is central to information retrieval. In the case of XML, this operation becomes more complex because the data required for scoring could reside not directly in an element itself but… CONTINUE READING
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