1 edition of XML retrieval found in the catalog.
by Morgan & Claypool Publishers in San Rafael, Calif. (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA)
Written in English
Documents usually have a content and a structure. The content refers to the text of the document, whereas the structure refers to how a document is logically organized. An increasingly common way to encode the structure is through the use of a mark-up language. Nowadays, the most widely used mark-up language for representing structure is the eXtensible Mark-up Language (XML). XML can be used to provide a focused access to documents, i.e. returning XML elements, such as sections and paragraphs, instead of whole documents in response to a query. Such focused strategies are of particular benefit for information repositories containing long documents, or documents covering a wide variety of topics, where users are directed to the most relevant content within a document.The increased adoption of XML to represent a document structure requires the development of tools to effectively access documents marked-up in XML. This book provides a detailed description of query languages, indexing strategies, ranking algorithms, presentation scenarios developed to access XML documents. Major advances in XML retrieval were seen from 2002 as a result of INEX, the Initiative for Evaluation of XML Retrieval. INEX, also described in this book, provided test sets for evaluating XML retrieval effectiveness. Many of the developments and results described in this book were investigated within INEX.
|Other titles||Synthesis digital library of engineering and computer science.|
|Series||Synthesis lectures on information concepts, retrieval, and services -- # 7|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.H94 L258 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|ISBN 10||9781598297874, 9781598297867|
The Crossref query engine operates by evaluating several logic rules in order. Each rule focuses on certain fields in the query, with the first rule processing the entire query. If any rule returns a single DOI as its output, this DOI is taken as the result for the query, and rule processing terminates. In an XML query you can exercise some control over how the query engine works by using the. Most queries sent to our XML API will use HTTPS. HTTPS querying requires either a member or registered query services account email address. Use a DOI-to-metadata query when you know the DOI and want to find its associated metadata.
Both have the same approach to parse an xml. Both come with a bunch of overloaded parse methods plus some special methods such as parseText, parseFile and the next example we will use the parseText method. It parses a XML String and recursively converts it to a list or map of objects. A mapping between slot-tree and XML documents is built in the process of slot-filling algorithm. The mapping process helps our XML retrieval system in reducing the semantic gap between human and computer. In this chapter, we will outline the relationship between our XML retrieval system and slot-tree ontology, and show the power of slot-tree.
XML Manipulation GUI Extensions Keyboard Shortcuts? This help j Next menu item k Previous menu item g p Previous man page g n Next man page G Scroll to bottom g g Scroll to top g h Goto homepage g s Goto search (current page) / Focus search box. Every top-level publication in Crossref is assigned a unique publication ID. Publication IDs are mainly used for internal purposes, but may be useful when retrieving data using OAI-PMH, or identifying a specific title. For most purposes, publication IDs are always preceded by the publication type (J, B, or S). B indicates non-journal publications including books, conference proceedings.
The term structured retrieval is rarely used for database querying and it always refers to XML retrieval in this book. There is a second type of information retrieval problem that is intermediate between unstructured retrieval and querying a relational database: parametric and zone search, which we discussed in Section (page).
A challenge in XML retrieval related to nesting is that we may need to distinguish different contexts of a term when we compute term statistics for ranking, in particular inverse document frequency (idf) statistics as defined in Section (page).
For example, the term Gates under the node author is unrelated to an occurrence under a. XML retrieval, or XML information retrieval, is the content-based retrieval of documents structured with XML (eXtensible Markup Language).
As such it is used for computing relevance of XML documents. Queries. Most XML retrieval approaches do so based on techniques from the. This book provides a detailed description of query languages, indexing strategies, ranking algorithms, presentation scenarios developed to access XML documents.
Major advances in XML retrieval were seen from as a result of INEX, the Initiative for Evaluation of XML Retrieval. Book Title Advances in XML Information Retrieval Book Subtitle Third International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval, INEXDagstuhl Castle, Germany, DecemberEditors.
Norbert Fuhr; Mounia Lalmas; Saadia Malik; Zoltán Szlávik; Series Title Information Systems and Applications, incl. Internet/Web. XML XML retrieval book book download Mounia Lalmas Download XML Retrieval Book Search Track. Focused Retrieval of Content and Structure This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of XML retrieval book 10th International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval, INEX.
Applications. Advances in XML Information Retrieval and Evaluation: 4th. Advances in XML Information Retrieval and Evaluation 4th International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval, INEXDagstuhl Castle, Germany, November 28.
Advances in XML Information Retrieval Third International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval, INEXDagstuhl Castle, Germany, December, Revised Selected Papers. This book provides a detailed description of query languages, indexing strategies, ranking algorithms, presentation scenarios developed to access XML documents.
Major advances in XML retrieval were seen from as a result of INEX, the Initiative for Evaluation of XML : Comparative Evaluation of XML Information Retrieval Systems Book Subtitle 5th International Workshop of the Initiative for the Evaluation of XML Retrieval, INEX Dagstuhl Castle, Germany, DecemberRevised and Selected Papers.
Specifically, this work tackles the problem of book recommendation in the context of INEX (Initiative for the Evaluation of XML retrieval) Social Book Search track. A series of reranking experiments demonstrate that combining retrieval models yields significant improvements in terms of standard ranked retrieval metrics.
XML is being adopted as a common storage format in scientific data repositories, digital libraries, and on the World Wide Web. As such, there is a need for information retrieval systems that can efficiently and effectively store, search and retrieve information from XML document : Jovan Pehcevski.
Ordered Node Retrieval by Index. 03/30/; 2 minutes to read +4; In this article. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) XML Document Object Model (DOM) also describes a NodeList, which has the ability to handle an ordered list of nodes, as opposed to the unordered set handled by the NodeList in the Framework is called XmlNodeList.
The INitiative for the Evaluation of XML retrieval (INEX), launched inis an established evaluation forum for XML Information Retrieval (IR) with over 90 participating organizations worldwide.
The initiative is sponsored by the DELOS Network of Excellence for Digital Libraries and supported by the IEEE Computer Society. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Querying for a book rather than a book chapter sometimes needs extra attention. Here are some examples. Book chapter queries Searching for individual chapters within a book may be done by using just the author name and chapter title (author name is optional but should be included for better results).
This method is less exact than including book-level metadata in a query: xml version = " Adhoc and Book XML Retrieval with Cheshire Larson, Ray R. Abstract. For this year’s INEX UC Berkeley focused on the Book track and also submitted two runs for the Adhoc Focused Element search task and one for the Best in Context task.
For all of these runs we used the TREC2 logistic regression probabilistic model. XML Information Retrieval Mounia Lalmas University of Glasgow [email protected] is a book organized into chapters, each with sections made of paragraphs. XML retrieval is a departure from standard document retrieval in which each individual XML element, ranging from italicized words or phrases to full blown articles, is a potentially retrievable unit.
UNIXSD query results include member metadata as deposited (as with the UNIXREF format) as well as some Crossref-generated information about the metadata record. UNIXSD is the most comprehensive metadata output format available for our metadata records.
UNIXSD format will return deposited references if the depositing member has enabled reference distribution for their prefix. Article?XML,?retrieval?authoring XML XML XML retrieval authoring Challenge 3: component weights Title Section 1 Section 2 Different types of document components: which component is a good retrieval unit?
is element size an issue?Major advances in XML retrieval were seen from as a result of INEX, the Initiative for Evaluation of XML Retrieval. INEX, also described in this book, provided test sets for evaluating XML retrieval .ically XML uses Document Type Deﬁnition (DTD) or an XML Schema to deﬁne tags.
In this sense, XML is viewed as a meta-language since it can be used to deﬁne and de-scribe a markup language instead of concrete data directly. That is also why it is called extensible. • XML was designed to describe data while HTML was designed for.