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Semantic-based Optimal XML Schema Matching: A Mathematical Programming Approach

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Author(s)

Jaewook Kim, Yun Peng, Nenad Ivezic, Jun H. Shin

Abstract

We propose a novel solution for semantic-based XML schema matching, taking a mathematical programming approach. This method identifies the globally optimal solution for the problem of matching two XML schemas by reducing the tree-to-tree matching problem to simpler problems of path-to-path, node-to-node, and word-to-word matching. We formulate these matching problems as maximum weighted bipartite graph matching problems with different constraints, which are solved by different mathematical programming techniques, including integer programming and dynamic programming. Solutions to simpler problems provide weights for the next stage until the optimal tree-to-tree matching solution is obtained. The effectiveness of this approach has been verified and demonstrated by computer experiments.
Proceedings Title
2010 International Conference on E-business, Management and Economics
Conference Dates
December 28-30, 2010
Conference Location
Hong Kong

Keywords

E-business, XML schema matching, optimization, maximum weighted bipartite graph, semantic similarity, integer programming, dynamic programming

Citation

Kim, J. , Peng, Y. , Ivezic, N. and Shin, J. (2011), Semantic-based Optimal XML Schema Matching: A Mathematical Programming Approach, 2010 International Conference on E-business, Management and Economics , Hong Kong, -1, [online], https://tsapps.nist.gov/publication/get_pdf.cfm?pub_id=907376 (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created February 9, 2011, Updated February 19, 2017