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DASFAA
2009
IEEE
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11 years 11 months ago
Implementing and Optimizing Fine-Granular Lock Management for XML Document Trees
Abstract. Fine-grained lock protocols with lock modes and lock granules adjusted to the various XML processing models, allow for highly concurrent transaction processing on XML tre...
Sebastian Bächle, Theo Härder, Michael P...
DEXA
2009
Springer
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12 years 2 months ago
The Real Performance Drivers behind XML Lock Protocols
Abstract. Fine-grained lock protocols should allow for highly concurrent transaction processing on XML document trees, which is addressed by the taDOM lock protocol family enabling...
Sebastian Bächle, Theo Härder
ADBIS
2005
Springer
163views Database» more  ADBIS 2005»
12 years 1 months ago
XML Databases and Beyond - Plenty of Architectural Challenges Ahead
A key observation is that the invariants in database management determine the mapping steps of the supporting architecture. Referring to the multi-layered architecture of record-or...
Theo Härder
JIDM
2010
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11 years 6 months ago
DeweyIDs - The Key to Fine-Grained Management of XML Documents
Because XML documents tend to be very large and are more and more collaboratively processed, their fine-grained storage and management is a must for which, in turn, a flexible tree...
Michael Peter Haustein, Theo Härder, Christia...
VLDB
2005
ACM
162views Database» more  VLDB 2005»
12 years 1 months ago
XQuery Implementation in a Relational Database System
Many enterprise applications prefer to store XML data as a rich data type, i.e. a sequence of bytes, in a relational database system to avoid the complexity of decomposing the dat...
Shankar Pal, Istvan Cseri, Oliver Seeliger, Michae...
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