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Technical report TR07-08. With the vast amount of information stored in natural language text, sophisticated query engines are needed to pull data and effectively relate the pieces. While there has been a great deal of activity around semistructured data and in particular XML, there has not been...
Technical report TR04-24. This thesis studies the problem of effectively finding related pages on the Web, where given the URL of a page, one wants to find other pages that are on the same topic. This is a both simple and natural way of searching for resources without being forced to formulate a...
Technical report TR05-16. We present a concise and accurate structural summary of XML documents and show that this summary can be used to effectively cluster documents that belong to a structurally similar class. We present efficient formulations of similarity between structural summaries that...
Technical report TR05-08. We study the problem of visualizing large networks and develop techniques for effectively abstracting a network and reducing the size to a level that can be clearly viewed. Our size reduction techniques are based on sampling, where only a sample instead of the full...
Technical report TR02-11. Various query languages have been proposed for XML, some inspired by database query languages (e.g. SQL and OQL) and others introduced by documents community. To fulfill its role of a standardization body,W3C has identified a number of requirements for XML query...