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XML Validation for Context-Free Grammars

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XML Validation for Context-Free Grammars
String expression analysis conservatively approximates the possible string values generated by a program. We consider the validation of a context-free grammar obtained by the analysis against XML schemas and develop two algorithms for deciding inclusion L(G1) ⊆ L(G2) where G1 is a context-free grammar and G2 is either an XML-grammar or a regular hedge grammar. The algorithms for XML-grammars and regular hedge grammars have exponential and doubly exponential time complexity, respectively. We have incorporated the algorithms into the PHP string analyzer and validated several publicly available PHP programs against the XHTML DTD. The experiments show that both of the algorithms are efficient in practice although they have exponential complexity.
Yasuhiko Minamide, Akihiko Tozawa
Added 13 Jun 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where APLAS
Authors Yasuhiko Minamide, Akihiko Tozawa
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