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Compact data structures for querying XML

Neumüller, M. (2002) Compact data structures for querying XML. In: EDBT 2002 PhD Worshop, 2002-03-28.

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Abstract

XML is of growing importance in a range of computer applications. In addition to being a document exchange format it is now commonly used for data storage and retrieval as well. While XML offers great potential to unite data exchange and storage, it is expensive to process data stored in textual format. The document object model (DOM) defines convenient means to access XML data, but many implementations struggle with performance limitations.