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DBMSs with Native XML Support: Towards Faster, Richer, and Smarter Data Management

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DBMSs with Native XML Support: Towards Faster, Richer, and Smarter Data Management
Abstract. XML provides a natural mechanism for representing semistructured and unstructured data. It becomes the basis for encoding a large variety of information, for example, the ontology. To exploit the full potential of XML in supporting advanced applications, we must solve two issues. First, the integration of structured (relational) data and unstructured or semi-structured data, and on a higher level, the integration of data and knowledge. In this talk, we will address these two issues by introducing a solution that leverages the power of pure XML support in DB2 9. The semistructured and structured data models represent two seemingly conflicting philosophies: one focuses on being flexible and selfdescribing, and the other focuses on leveraging the rigid data schema for a wide range of benefits in traditional data management. For many applications such as e-commerce that depend heavily on semistructured data, the relational model, with its rigid schema requirements, fails to suppo...
Min Wang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where APWEB
Authors Min Wang
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