Self-Motivated Inquisition Forms for Catalog Queries

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Volume-25 Number-1
Year of Publication : 2015
Authors : E.Lavanya, M.Chandra Mouli Reddy


S.Palani, P.Viswanadha Reddy, N.Manikantan "Self-Motivated Inquisition Forms for Catalog Queries". International Journal of Computer Trends and Technology (IJCTT) V25(1):50-53, July 2015. ISSN:2231-2803. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract -
With quick improvement of experimental databases also, web data databases are turning out to be extremely colossal in size and complex in nature. These databases keep up extensive what's more, heterogeneous information, with vast number of relations and properties. So it is exceptionally hard to plan an arrangement of static inquiry structures to answer different impromptu database questions on these present day databases. Consequently there is need of such framework which produce Query Forms powerfully as per the client's need at run time. The proposed framework Dynamic Query Structure i.e.DQF framework going to give an answer by the inquiry interface in huge and complex databases. In proposed framework, the center idea is to catch client intrigues all through client communications and to adjust the inquiry sort iteratively. Each emphasis comprises of 2 sorts of client connections: Query Form Improvement and Query Execution. In Query Form Improvement DQF would suggest a positioned rundown of question structure part to client so he/she can choose wanted structure parts into current inquiry structure. In Query Execution client fills current inquiry shape and submit question, DQF going to show result and take input from client on gave question results. A client would have office to fill the question shape and submit questions to view the question result at every emphasis. So that a question structure could be powerfully refined till the client fulfills with the question results.

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Key Database, Query Form, Query Execution, Client Interaction.