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A flexible solution to embrace Ranking and Skyline queries approaches

by   Simone Censuales, et al.

The multi-objective optimization problem has always been the main objective of the principal traditional approaches, such as Ranking queries and Skyline queries. The conventional idea was to either use one or the other, trying to exploit both ranking queries advantages when it comes to taking into account user preferences, and skyline queries points of strength when the main objective was to obtain interesting results from a dataset in a simple, yet effective fashion, both of them showing limitations when entering specific fields of interest.


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