Preference SQL is a declarative extension of the SQL query language by preferences behaving as soft constraints. Preference SQL has been developed at the Chair for Databases and Information Systems at the University of Augsburg, Germany. Salient benefits of Preference SQL are: Context-adaptive and location-based preference modeling; Personalized query results, avoiding annoying empty results and reducing the flooding effect; Best-matches query model combined with Top-k interface .
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References in zbMATH (referenced in 7 articles )
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- Ribeiro, Marcos Roberto; Barioni, Maria Camila N.; de Amo, Sandra; Roncancio, Claudia; Labbé, Cyril: Incremental evaluation of continuous preference queries (2018)
- Patrick Roocks: Computing Pareto Frontiers and Database Preferences with the rPref Package (2016) not zbMATH
- Möller, Bernhard; Roocks, Patrick: An algebra of database preferences (2015)
- Wenzel, Florian; Köppl, Dominik; Kießling, Werner: Interactive toolbox for spatial-textual preference queries (2013) ioport
- Möller, Bernhard; Roocks, Patrick: An algebra of layered complex preferences (2012)
- Möller, Bernhard; Roocks, Patrick; Endres, Markus: An algebraic calculus of database preferences (2012)
- Kießling, Werner; Endres, Markus; Wenzel, Florian: The preference SQL system - an overview (2011) ioport
Further publications can be found at: https://www.informatik.uni-augsburg.de/en/chairs/dbis/db/publications/all_db_publications/