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Updating XML

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Updating XML
As XML has developed over the past few years, its role has expanded beyond its original domain as a semantics-preserving markup language for online documents, and it is now also the de facto format for interchanging data between heterogeneous systems. Data sources export XML "views" over their data, and other systems can directly import or query these views. As a result, there has been great interest in languages and systems for expressing queries over XML data, whether the XML is stored in a repository or generated as a view over some other data storage format. Clearly, in order to fully evolve XML into a universal data representation and sharing format, we must allow users to specify updates to XML documents and must develop techniques to process them efficiently. Update capabilities are important not only for modifying XML documents, but also for propagating changes through XML views and for expressing and transmitting changes to documents. This paper begins by proposing ...
Igor Tatarinov, Zachary G. Ives, Alon Y. Halevy, D
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Type Conference
Year 2001
Where SIGMOD
Authors Igor Tatarinov, Zachary G. Ives, Alon Y. Halevy, Daniel S. Weld
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