An Effective Energy and Latency Of Full Text Search Based On TWIG Pattern Queries Over Wireless XML
In wireless dissemination scheme, major issue is based on the retrieval of requested text search over internet and power is much requires to traversal and acquires it. Our previous work mainly concern about transmission of XML data to the client using lineage encoding and it must be decode in the client side then get the required and selected data from the broadcasting network. Performance evaluation can be attain by comparison of data set and stored. Major issue are communication is unstable in the wireless broadcasting environment hence it is difficult to identify package loss and tail drops. To resolve this conflict, index mechanism is to be use for acknowledgment for identify package loss in the wireless network. Depth-first traversal of elements improves the access time for the specific query. Introducing preprocessor in the server side that enhance the pattern mining by implementing stop word removal, stemming algorithm and part of speech tagger to improve mining in the document. We also suggest holistic twig and multipredicate merge join algorithm improves the XML parsing and mining.