By-example data query for AutomationML using tree patterns

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Yingbing
Hua
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
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Yingbing Hua
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Mon, 04/29/2019 - 08:25
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10.21227/fj4r-8p14
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Abstract 

This data set contains explementary data to demonstrate the utility of By-example data query in AutomationML

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# By-example AML QueryThis data set contains explementary data to demonstrate the utility of By-example data query in AutomationML## AML Source Data* The original AML data is stored in `RobotCell.aml`.* The excerpt of the original AML data used in the paper is stored in `data.aml`.## Query models* The query examples used in the paper is stored in `query.aml`. There are four CAEX instance hierarchies containing various query examples:* TII2019Examples: queries shown in the paper* LinkExamples: queries that contain internal links, also shown in the paper* FutherExamples: queries that are not shown in the paper but can be tested on the `data.aml` and `RobotCell.aml` files.* ComplexExamples: complex queries that are not shown in the paper. They will produce empty sets on the given data files. You can also add your own query models here.## Query results* The (simple) console output of the experiments are stored in `console_output_tii.txt`. Simple means that we are only printing the names of the result XML elements, see below.* The Automation serialization of the outputs can be found in `output_tii.aml`.

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