AIC Seminar Series
Efficiently Ordering Subgoals with Access Constraints
|Guizhen Yang||Aritificial Intelligence Center, SRI International||[Home Page]|
Date: 2006-09-28 at 16:00
Location: EJ228 (Directions)
Ordering subgoals under binding pattern restrictions is an important
problem of practical significance in information integration and query
answering systems. In this talk, we will study the problem of ordering
subgoals under binding pattern restrictions for queries posed as
nonrecursive Datalog programs. We will show that despite their limited
expressive power, the problem is computationally hard PSPACE-complete
in the size of the nonrecursive Datalog program even for fairly restricted
cases. As a practical solution to this problem, we will present an
asymptotically optimal algorithm that runs in time linear in the size of
the query plan. We will also study extensions of our algorithm that
efficiently solve other query planning problems under binding pattern
restrictions. These problems include conjunctive queries with nested grouping
constraints, distributed conjunctive queries, and first-order queries.
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