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Improving XML processing using adapted data structures

Neumüller, M. and Wilson, J. (2003) Improving XML processing using adapted data structures. In: Web, Web-Services, and Database Systems. NODe 2002, Web- and Database-Related Workshops. Lecture Notes in Computer Science . Springer, pp. 206-220. ISBN 3540007458

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Abstract

From its origins in document processing, XML has developed into a medium for communicating all kinds of data between applications. More recently, interest has focused on the concept of native XML databases. This paradigm requires that database queries can be resolved by direct searching of XML data structures.