to XML InformationRetrieval
in Distributed Systems
Ein Ansatz für Verteiltes XML InformationRetrieval
Judith Winter, University of Applied Sciences, Frankfurt, Germany
Summary Modern search engines are quite successful in
finding relevant documents by using InformationRetrieval tech-
niques. However, the centralized architecture of systems such
as Google raises concerns in regard of the possibility to cen-
sure and to manipulate information. Promising alternatives are
peer-to-peer search engines that organize
1 Introduction Industrial clusters refer to the collection of enterprises and related corporate bodies with geographical proximity, interrelated, and linked by virtue of mutual commonality and complementarity in a specific field [ 1 ]. The main components of industrial clusters include enterprises, governments, university research institutes, financial institutions, industry associations and intermediary institutions. At present, the relevant platforms provide a variety of informationretrieval services for the spatial database of industrial clusters, including
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