QED: a novel quaternary encoding to completely avoid re-labeling in XML updates

@inproceedings{Li2005QEDAN,
  title={QED: a novel quaternary encoding to completely avoid re-labeling in XML updates},
  author={Changqing Li and Tok Wang Ling},
  booktitle={CIKM},
  year={2005}
}
The method of assigning labels to the nodes of the XML tree is called a labeling scheme. Based on the labels only, both ordered and un-ordered queries can be processed without accessing the original XML file. One more important point for the labeling scheme is the label update cost in inserting or deleting a node into or from the XML tree. All the current labeling schemes have high update cost, therefore in this paper we propose a novel quaternary encoding approach for the labeling schemes… CONTINUE READING
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