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Tree Pattern Aggregation for Scalable XML Data Dissemination

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Tree Pattern Aggregation for Scalable XML Data Dissemination
With the rapid growth of XML-document traffic on the Internet, scalable content-based dissemination of XML documents to a large, dynamic group of consumers has become an important research challenge. To indicate the type of content that they are interested in, data consumers typically specify their subscriptions using some XML pattern specification language (e.g., XPath). Given the large volume of subscribers, system scalability and efficiency mandate the ability to aggregate the set of consumer subscriptions to a smaller set of content specifications, so as to both reduce their storagespace requirements as well as speed up the documentsubscription matching process. In this paper, we provide the first systematic study of subscription aggregation where subscriptions are specified with tree patterns (an important subclass of XPath expressions). The main challenge is to aggregate an input set of tree patterns into a smaller set of generalized tree patterns such that: (1) a given space co...
Chee Yong Chan, Wenfei Fan, Pascal Felber, Minos N
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Type Journal
Year 2002
Where VLDB
Authors Chee Yong Chan, Wenfei Fan, Pascal Felber, Minos N. Garofalakis, Rajeev Rastogi
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