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Counting stars: a survey on flexible Skyline Query approaches

by   Alessandro Del Giudice, et al.
Politecnico di Milano

Nowadays, as the quantity of data to process began to rise, so did the need for a method to discern what pieces of information could be useful for the user; in response, researchers focused their efforts on improving the already existing ranking methods or creating new ones starting from them. This survey will be presented a small list of some of the most known and/or most recent solutions proposed, with some possible applications for them, concerning a state of the art restricted to around the last ten years, comparing their performance with the traditional one top-k and skyline queries.


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