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Structured Queries for Semistructured Probabilistic Data
Proceedings, 2nd Twente DataManagement Workshop on Uncertainty in Databases (TDM'06): Enschede, The Netherlands.
  • Alex Dekhtyar, University of Kentucky
  • Krol Kevin Mathias, University of Kentucky
  • Praveen Gutti, University of Kentucky
Publication Date
6-1-2006
Abstract

We present SPOQL, a structured query language for Semistructured Probabilistic Object (SPO) model [4]. The original querylanguage—SP-Algebra [4], has traditional limitations like terse functional notation and unfamiliarity to application programmers. SPOQL alleviates these problems by providing familiar SQL-like declarative syntax. We show that parsing SPOQL queries is a more involving task than parsing SQL queries. We also present an eagerevaluation algorithm for SPOQL queries

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Alex Dekhtyar, Krol Kevin Mathias and Praveen Gutti. "Structured Queries for Semistructured Probabilistic Data" Proceedings, 2nd Twente DataManagement Workshop on Uncertainty in Databases (TDM'06): Enschede, The Netherlands. (2006) p. 11 - 18
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/dekhtyar/24/