9th International Conference on Flexible Query Answering Systems (FQAS 2011), Ghent, Belgium, 26 - 28 October 2011, vol.7022, pp.306-308
As the popularity of XML as a de facto standard for data representation and communication is rising, a need has been identified for efficient XML querying techniques that can overcome the dilemma of diversity in the structure of XML data sources. In this work, we propose our approach of using Intuitionistic Fuzzy Trees (IFTr) to achieve approximate XML query matching, making the query result include not just the XML data trees that exactly match the query, but also the ones that partially match it. Our approach has a potential to return useful query answers while pertaining good performance. Users will have the option to choose between quick and less accurate results or time costing and more accurate results.