We present the GeX (Graph-eXplorer) approach for the approximate matching of complex queries on graph-modeled data. GeX generalizes existing approaches and provides for a highly expressive graph-based query language that supports queries ranging from keyword-based to structured ones. The GeX query answering model gracefully blends label approximation with structural relaxation, under the primary objective of delivering meaningfully approximated results only. GeX implements ad-hoc data structures that are exploited by a top-k retrieval algorithm which enhances the approximate matching of complex queries. An extensive experimental evaluation on real world datasets demonstrates the efficiency of the GeX query answering.

Approximating expressive queries on graph-modeled data: The GeX approach

PENZO, WILMA
2015

Abstract

We present the GeX (Graph-eXplorer) approach for the approximate matching of complex queries on graph-modeled data. GeX generalizes existing approaches and provides for a highly expressive graph-based query language that supports queries ranging from keyword-based to structured ones. The GeX query answering model gracefully blends label approximation with structural relaxation, under the primary objective of delivering meaningfully approximated results only. GeX implements ad-hoc data structures that are exploited by a top-k retrieval algorithm which enhances the approximate matching of complex queries. An extensive experimental evaluation on real world datasets demonstrates the efficiency of the GeX query answering.
2015
Mandreoli, Federica; Martoglia, Riccardo; Penzo, Wilma
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