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How to edit gigabyte XML files on a mobile phone with XAS, RefTrees, and RAXS

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How to edit gigabyte XML files on a mobile phone with XAS, RefTrees, and RAXS
The Open Source mobility middleware developed in the Fuego Core project provides a stack for efficient XML processing on limited devices. Its components are a persistent map API, advanced XML serialization and out-of-order parsing with byte-level access (XAS), data structures and algorithms for lazy manipulation and random access to XML trees (RefTree), and a component for XML document management (RAXS) such as packaging, versioning, and synchronization. The components provide a toolbox of simple and lightweight XML processing techniques rather than a complete XML database. We demonstrate the Fuego XML stack by building a viewer and multiversion editor capable of processing gigabyte-sized Wikipedia XML files on a mobile phone. We present performance measurements obtained on the phone, and a comparison to implementations based on existing technologies. These show that the Fuego XML stack allows going beyond what is commonly considered feasible on limited devices in terms of XML proces...
Tancred Lindholm, Jaakko Kangasharju
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Year 2008
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Authors Tancred Lindholm, Jaakko Kangasharju
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