Holistic twig joins: optimal XML pattern matching

@inproceedings{Bruno2002HolisticTJ,
  title={Holistic twig joins: optimal XML pattern matching},
  author={Nicolas Bruno and Nick Koudas and Divesh Srivastava},
  booktitle={SIGMOD Conference},
  year={2002}
}
XML employs a tree-structured data model, and, naturally, XML queries specify patterns of selection predicates on multiple elements related by a tree structure. Finding all occurrences of such a twig pattern in an XML database is a core operation for XML query processing. Prior work has typically decomposed the twig pattern into binary structural (parent-child and ancestor-descendant) relationships, and twig matching is achieved by: (i) using structural join algorithms to match the binary… CONTINUE READING
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