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README.md

image #Overview

The ability of modern information systems to exchange, transform and integrate data is nowadays considered a crucial requirement. A fundamental requirement for such data integration applications is that of manipulating mappings among data sources. Mappings, also called schema mappings, are executable transformations – say, SQL queries for relational data or XQuery scripts for XML – that specify how an instance of the source repository should be translated into an instance of the target repository.

++Spicy is a mapping system developed at the Università della Basilicata - Department of Mathematics and Computer Science for the generation and manipulation of schema mappings.

It is the first mapping system that brings together:

  • sophisticated matchers for the inference of correspondences between different schemas [SEBD06, SIGMOD08, EDBT08];
  • a set of expressive mapping generation primitives, which includes selection conditions, costants, etc;
  • a mapping generation algorithm that generates both canonical and core solutions; [SIGMOD09, VLDB09]
  • and a mapping verification module for scenarios where target instances are already available. [EDBT08, SIGMOD08]

++Spicy contributes towards the goal of integrating scalable solutions based on schema mapping concepts into practical data integration tasks.

For a new and improved chase engine for data cleaning and schema mappings altogether please check the LLunatic project

How to import project in NetBeans

  1. In NetBeans, File -> Open projects... and select the project folder
  2. Execute ant target task gfp, either using command-line ant gfp, or using NetBeans (in the projects windows, right click on build.xml -> Run Target -> Other Targets -> gfp)

#Screenshots image image image image image image

#Download

#Pubblications

  • [CIKM12] G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich, D. Santoro - What is the IQ of your Data Transformation System? In CIKM 2012 (link)
  • [IS12] G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich - Core schema mappings: Scalable core computations in data exchange In Information Systems 2012, Vol. 37, Iss. 7 (link)
  • [IT12] G. Mecca, P. Papotti - Schema Mapping and Data Exchange Tools: Time for the Golden Age In Information Technology 2012, Vol. 54, No. 3 (link)
  • [VLDB11] B. Marnette, G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich, D. Santoro - ++Spicy: an OpenSource Tool for Second-Generation Schema Mapping and Data Exchange In VLDB Conference, 2011 (link)
  • [VLDB10] B. Marnette, G. Mecca, P. Papotti - Scalable Data Exchange with Functional Dependencies. In VLDB Conference, 2010 (link)
  • [SIGMOD09] G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich - Core Schema Mappings. In SIGMOD Conference, 2009 (link)
  • [VLDB09] G. Mecca, P. Papotti, S. Raunich, M. Buoncristiano - Concise and Expressive Mappings with the +Spicy System. In VLDB Conference, 2009(link)
  • [EDBT08] A. Bonifati, G. Mecca, A. Pappalardo, S. Raunich, G. Summa - Schema Mapping Verification: the Spicy way. In EDBT Conference, 2008:85-96 (link)
  • [SIGMOD08] A. Bonifati, G. Mecca, A. Pappalardo, S. Raunich, G. Summa - The Spicy System: Towards a Notion of Mapping Quality. In SIGMOD Conference, 2008 (link)

#People

  • Gianni Mecca
  • Paolo Papotti
  • Salvatore Raunich
  • Donatello Santoro
  • Marcello Buoncristiano
  • Gianvito Summa
  • Bruno Marnette