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1, Topic 1 and Topic 0 (the top node of the hierarchy). These are just four of the 37 records required to capture all paths for the sample hierarchy in Figure 1. To demonstrate how the Path Table can simplify data retrieval, consider the same challenge of showing how many documents belong to each main topic, including all subtopics below it. By joining the tables as shown in Figure 3, we can easily select all documents that belong under each Level-1 topic. Since the Path Table includes a zerolength path between each topic and itself, documents that belong directly to Level-1 topics would be included in the result set.
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A Branch-and-Bound Algorithm to Solve a Multi-level Network Optimization Problem by Cruz F. R., Mateus G. R., Smith J. M.