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Schema Matching and Data Extraction over HTML Tables. Cui Tao Data Extraction Research Group Department of Computer Science Brigham Young University. supported by NSF. Introduction. Many tables on the Web How to integrate data stored in different tables? Detect the table of interest

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Schema matching and data extraction over html tables

Schema Matching and Data Extraction over HTML Tables

Cui Tao

Data Extraction Research Group

Department of Computer Science

Brigham Young University

supported by NSF


Introduction

Introduction

  • Many tables on the Web

  • How to integrate data stored in different tables?

    • Detect the table of interest

    • Form attribute-value pairs (adjust if necessary)

    • Do extraction

    • Infer mappings from extraction patterns


Problem detecting the table of interest

?

ProblemDetecting The Table of Interest


Schema matching and data extraction over html tables

Problem

Different schemas

  • Different source table schemas

    • {Run #, Yr, Make, Model, Tran, Color, Dr}

    • {Make, Model, Year, Colour, Price, Auto, Air Cond., AM/FM, CD}

    • {Vehicle, Distance, Price, Mileage}

    • {Year, Make, Model, Trim, Invoice/Retail, Engine, Fuel Economy}

  • Target database schema

    {Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr},

    {Car, Feature}


Problem attribute is value

ProblemAttribute is Value


Problem attribute value is value

?

?

Problem Attribute-Value is Value


Problem value is not value

ProblemValue is not Value


Problem factored values

ProblemFactored Values


Problem split values

ProblemSplit Values


Problem merged values

ProblemMerged Values


Problem information behind links

Table

extending

over several

pages

Single-Column

Table (formatted

as list)

ProblemInformation Behind Links


Solution

Solution

  • Detect the table of interest

  • Form attribute-value pairs (adjust if necessary)

  • Do extraction

  • Infer mappings from extraction patterns


Solution detect the table of interest

SolutionDetect The Table of Interest

  • ‘Real’ table test

    • Same number of values

    • Table size

  • Attribute test

  • Density measure test

    # of ontology extracted values

    total # of values in the table


Solution remove factoring

2001

2001

2001

2000

2000

2000

2000

2000

2000

1999

1999

Solution Remove Factoring


Solution replace boolean values

SolutionReplace Boolean Values


Solution form attribute value pairs

SolutionForm Attribute-Value Pairs

<Make, Honda>, <Model, Civic EX>, <Year, 1995>, <Colour, White>, <Price, $6300>,

<Auto, Auto>, <Air Cond., Air Cond.>, <AM/FM, AM/FM>


Solution adjust attribute value pairs

SolutionAdjust Attribute-Value Pairs

<Make, Honda>, <Model, Civic EX>, <Year, 1995>, <Colour, White>, <Price, $6300>,

<Auto, Auto>, <Air Cond., Air Cond.>, <AM/FM, AM/FM>


Solution add information hidden behind links

Unstructured and

semi-structured:

concatenate

<

Single attribute value pairs:

Pair them together

<Price, $7,988>, <Mileage, 63,168 miles>, <Body Type, Car>, <Body Style, 4 DR Sedan>, <Transmission, Automatic>, <Engine, 3.0 L V-6>, <Doors, 4>, <Fuel Type, Gas>, <Stock Number, 22764>, <VIN, 1FAFP52U2WA139879>

List:

Mark the beginning

and the end

>

SolutionAdd Information Hidden Behind Links


Solution inferred mapping creation

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation1

Each row is a car.

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation2

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation3

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation4

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation5

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Solution inferred mapping creation6

SolutionInferred Mapping Creation

{Car, Year, Make, Model, Mileage, Price, PhoneNr}, {Car, Feature}


Experimental results

Experimental Results

Car Advertisement Application domain

  • 10 “training” tables

    • 100% of the 57 mappings (no false mappings)

    • 94.6% precision of the values in linked pages (5.4% false declarations)

  • 50 test tables

    • 94.7% of the 300 mappings (no false mappings)

    • On the bases of sampling 3,000 values in linked pages, we obtained 97% recall and 86% precision


Other applications

Other Applications

  • Cell Phone Plan Application domain

  • Soccer Player Application domain


Contribution

Contribution

  • Provides an approach to extract information automatically from HTML tables

  • Suggests a different way to solve the problem of schema matching


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