Sciweavers

Share
WWW
2004
ACM

XJ: integration of XML processing into java

9 years 9 months ago
XJ: integration of XML processing into java
The increased importance of XML as a universal data representation format has led to several proposals for enabling the development of applications that operate on XML data. These proposals range from runtime API-based interfaces to XML-based programming languages. The subject of this paper is XJ, a research language that proposes novel mechanisms for the integration of XML as a first-class construct into JavaTM . The design goals of XJ distinguish it from past work on integrating XML support into programming languages -- specifically, the XJ design adheres to the XML Schema and XPath standards, and supports in-place updates of XML data thereby keeping with the imperative nature of Java. We have also built a prototype compiler for XJ, and our preliminary experimental results demonstrate that the performance of XJ programs can approach that of traditional low level API-based interfaces, while providing a evel of abstraction. Categories and Subject Descriptors D.3.3 [Programming Languag...
Igor Peshansky, Michael G. Burke, Mukund Raghavach
Added 22 Nov 2009
Updated 22 Nov 2009
Type Conference
Year 2004
Where WWW
Authors Igor Peshansky, Michael G. Burke, Mukund Raghavachari, Rajesh Bordawekar
Comments (0)
books