2009 - ACM Senior Member
2009 - ACM Distinguished Member
His primary areas of investigation include XML, Data mining, XML database, XML validation and Efficient XML Interchange. His study in XML is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Query language, Information retrieval and Theoretical computer science. As part of the same scientific family, Tok Wang Ling usually focuses on Data mining, concentrating on Precision and recall and intersecting with Similarity.
His research ties Scheme and XML database together. His research combines XML schema and XML validation. Tok Wang Ling combines subjects such as XML framework, Document Structure Description and XML Schema Editor with his study of Efficient XML Interchange.
Tok Wang Ling mainly investigates Information retrieval, XML, Data mining, XML database and XML validation. The XQuery research Tok Wang Ling does as part of his general XML study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Twig, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. The concepts of his Data mining study are interwoven with issues in Process, Scalability and XML tree.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Simple API for XML, Programming language and Database. His research in XML validation intersects with topics in Streaming XML, Efficient XML Interchange and Document Structure Description, XML schema. Tok Wang Ling interconnects Data exchange, XML framework and XML Schema Editor in the investigation of issues within Efficient XML Interchange.
His primary scientific interests are in Information retrieval, XML, XML database, Document Structure Description and XML validation. His Information retrieval research integrates issues from Object, Semantics and XML Schema Editor. He specializes in XML, namely XQuery.
The XML database study combines topics in areas such as Query language, Data model, Database, Relational model and Streaming XML. His research in Document Structure Description is mostly concerned with XML schema. In XML validation, Tok Wang Ling works on issues like Efficient XML Interchange, which are connected to XML framework.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Information retrieval, XML, XML database, Document Structure Description and XML validation. His research in Information retrieval focuses on subjects like World Wide Web, which are connected to Query optimization, Data model and Query language. His research investigates the connection between XML and topics such as Semantics that intersect with problems in Data mining, Matching and Semi-structured data.
His study in the field of XQuery also crosses realms of Twig and Boolean expression. His study focuses on the intersection of Document Structure Description and fields such as Streaming XML with connections in the field of Object. Tok Wang Ling has researched XML schema in several fields, including Efficient XML Interchange and XML Schema Editor.
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From region encoding to extended dewey: on efficient processing of XML twig pattern matching
Jiaheng Lu;Tok Wang Ling;Chee-Yong Chan;Ting Chen.
very large data bases (2005)
On boosting holism in XML twig pattern matching using structural indexing techniques
Ting Chen;Jiaheng Lu;Tok Wang Ling.
international conference on management of data (2005)
Effective XML Keyword Search with Relevance Oriented Ranking
Zhifeng Bao;Tok Wang Ling;Bo Chen;Jiaheng Lu.
international conference on data engineering (2009)
Cleansing Data for Mining and Warehousing
Mong-Li Lee;Tok Wang Ling;Hongjun Lu;Yee Teng Ko.
database and expert systems applications (1999)
Conceptual Modeling-ER 2003
Il-Yeol Song;Stephen W. Liddle;Tok-Wang Ling;Peter Scheuermann.
Efficient processing of XML twig patterns with parent child edges: a look-ahead approach
Jiaheng Lu;Ting Chen;Tok Wang Ling.
conference on information and knowledge management (2004)
IntelliClean: a knowledge-based intelligent data cleaner
Mong Li Lee;Tok Wang Ling;Wai Lup Low.
knowledge discovery and data mining (2000)
Designing Functional Dependencies for XML
Mong-Li Lee;Tok Wang Ling;Wai Lup Low.
extending database technology (2002)
A knowledge-based approach for duplicate elimination in data cleaning
Wai Lup Low;Mong Li Lee;Tok Wang Ling.
Information Systems (2001)
Conceptual Modeling – ER 2004
Paolo Atzeni;Wesley Chu;Hongjun Lu;Shuigeng Zhou.
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