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JIDM
2010
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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...
PVLDB
2008
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Generating XML structure using examples and constraints
This paper presents a framework for automatically generating structural XML documents. The user provides a target DTD and an example of an XML document, called a Generate-XML-ByEx...
Sara Cohen
JDM
2008
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Reverse Engineering from an XML Document into an Extended DTD Graph
The extensible markup language (XML) has become a standard for persistent storage and data interchange via the Internet due to its openness, self-descriptiveness, and flexibility....
Herbert Shiu, Joseph Fong
VLDB
2002
ACM
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Incorporating XSL Processing into Database Engines
The two observations that 1) many XML documents are stored in a database or generated from data stored in a database and 2) processing these documents with XSL stylesheet processo...
Guido Moerkotte
KAIS
2006
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XCQ: A queriable XML compression system
XML has already become the de facto standard for specifying and exchanging data on the Web. However, XML is by nature verbose and thus XML documents are usually large in size, a fa...
Wilfred Ng, Wai Yeung Lam, Peter T. Wood, Mark Lev...
GRID
2006
Springer
8 years 10 months ago
A Parallel Approach to XML Parsing
A language for semi-structured documents, XML has emerged as the core of the web services architecture, and is playing crucial roles in messaging systems, databases, and document p...
Wei Lu, Kenneth Chiu, Yinfei Pan
ENTCS
2006
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Slicing XML Documents
Program slicing is a well-known technique to extract the program statements that (potentially) affect the values computed at some point of interest. In this work, we introduce a n...
Josep Silva
DKE
2006
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FRACTURE mining: Mining frequently and concurrently mutating structures from historical XML documents
In the past few years, the fast proliferation of available XML documents has stimulated a great deal of interest in discovering hidden and nontrivial knowledge from XML repositori...
Ling Chen 0002, Sourav S. Bhowmick, Liang-Tien Chi...
GECCO
2008
Springer
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8 years 11 months ago
Automatic generation of XSLT stylesheets using evolutionary algorithms
This paper introduces a procedure based on genetic programming to evolve XSLT programs (usually called stylesheets or logicsheets). XSLT is a general purpose, document-oriented fu...
Pablo García-Sánchez, Juan Juli&aacu...
SYRCODIS
2007
92views Database» more  SYRCODIS 2007»
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A Method for Evaluating Full-text Search Queries in Native XML Databases
In this paper we consider the problem of efficiently producing results for full-text keyword search queries over XML documents. We describe full-text search query semantics and pr...
Roman Pastukhov
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