Algebraic languages for XML databases

@inproceedings{Chinwala2001AlgebraicLF,
  title={Algebraic languages for XML databases},
  author={Maria Chinwala},
  year={2001}
}
XML is becoming increasingly popular as a means of exchanging a wide vari ety of data on the web. It is anticipated that in the future, many websites wil l be built from XML documents. XML databases would be required to manage these websites a nd also provide a way for users to search their contents. In this paper we gi ve an overview of the development of query algebras from the original relational algebra to the algebras for extended-relational, object-oriented and semi-structured or XML data… CONTINUE READING

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