Open and Novel Issues in XML Database Applications: Future Directions and Advanced Technologies: Future Directions and Advanced Technologies

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Pardede, Eric
IGI Global, Apr 30, 2009 - Computers - 394 pages

The World Wide Web and ubiquitous computing technologies have given a significant boost to the emerging field of XML database research.

Open and Novel Issues in XML Database Applications: Future Directions and Advanced Technologies covers comprehensive issues and challenges discovered through leading international XML database research. A useful reference source for researchers, practitioners, and academicians, this book provides complete references to the latest research in XML technology.

 

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Contents

StateofthePractice StateoftheArt and Future Directions
1
Challenges on Modeling Hybrid XMLRelational Databases
28
Issues and Trends
46
Current Approaches and Future Trends
66
Current Technologies and Open Challenges
89
Common Issues with XQuery and Special Issues of XSLT
108
Recent Advances and Challenges in XML Document Routing
Make Your Tags Active
Issues in Personalized Access to MultiVersion XML Documents
Security Issues in Outsourced XML Databases
Data Integration Issues and Opportunities in Biological XML Data Management
The New Issues
The State of the Art and Possible Enhancements
Compilation of References
About the Contributors
Index

Continuous and Progressive XML Query Processing and its Applications

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About the author (2009)

Eric Pardede is a Lecturer at La Trobe University, Melbourne. He completed his Master of Information Technology and Doctor of Philosophy in computer science at La Trobe University He also holds a Master of Quality Management degrees from University of Wollongong and a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Bandung Institute of Technology. He has co-authored a book and several research papers appeared in international journals and conference proceedings. He is an active scholar that has chairing several international conferences and workshops. His current research area is in XML Database, Data Modeling, Query Optimization, and Health Informatics. [Editor]

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