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A high-performance interpretive approach to schema-directed parsing

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A high-performance interpretive approach to schema-directed parsing
XML delivers key advantages in interoperability due to its flexibility, expressiveness, and platform-neutrality. As XML has become a performance-critical aspect of the next generation of business computing infrastructure, however, it has become increasingly clear that XML parsing often carries a heavy performance penalty, and that current, widely-used parsing technologies are unable to meet the performance demands of an XML-based computing infrastructure. Several efforts have been made to address this performance gap through the use of grammar-based parser generation. While the performance of generated parsers has been significantly improved, adoption of the technology has been hindered by the complexity of compiling and deploying the generated parsers. Through careful analysis of the operations required for parsing and validation, we have devised a set of specialized bytecodes, designed for the task of XML parsing and validation. These bytecodes are designed to engender the benefits ...
Morris Matsa, Eric Perkins, Abraham Heifets, Marga
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where WWW
Authors Morris Matsa, Eric Perkins, Abraham Heifets, Margaret Gaitatzes Kostoulas, Daniel Silva, Noah Mendelsohn, Michelle Leger
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