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An Optimized Two-Step Solution for Updating XML Views

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An Optimized Two-Step Solution for Updating XML Views
View updating is a long standing difficult problem. Given a view defined over base data sources and a view update, there are several different updates over the base data sources, called translations, that perform the update. A translation is said to be correct if it performs the update and at the same time does not update any portion of the view not specified in the update (no view side-effects). The view update problem finds a correct translation for a given view update if one exists. In the relational scenario, previous research has attempted to study the view update problem either by utilizing only the schema knowledge, or by directly examining the base data. While utilizing only the schema knowledge is very efficient, we are not guaranteed to find a correct translation even if one exists. On the other hand, examining the base data is guaranteed to find a correct translation if one exists, but is very time-consuming. The view update problem is even more complex in the XML con...
Ling Wang, Ming Jiang 0003, Elke A. Rundensteiner,
Added 29 May 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where DASFAA
Authors Ling Wang, Ming Jiang 0003, Elke A. Rundensteiner, Murali Mani
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