Felix Schöpf

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Extended Abstract The W3C has developed XPath [3] as a query language for XML data. XPath is embedded in many other languages like XQuery and XSLT. The name of XPath derives from its basic concept, the path expression, with which the user can hierarchically address the nodes of the XML data. The user of XPath may not only use simple relationships like(More)
While XPath is an established query language developed by the W3C for XML, SPARQL is a new query language developed by the W3C for RDF data. Comparisons between the data models of XML and RDF and between the query languages XPath and SPARQL are missing. Since XML and XPath are earlier recommendations of the W3C than RDF and SPARQL, currently more XML data(More)
BACKGROUND Patient-reported Outcomes (PROs) capturing e.g., quality of life, fatigue, depression, medication side-effects or disease symptoms, have become important outcome parameters in medical research and daily clinical practice. Electronic PRO data capture (ePRO) with software packages to administer questionnaires, storing data, and presenting results(More)
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