Query Processing for High-Volume XML Message Brokering

  title={Query Processing for High-Volume XML Message Brokering},
  author={Yanlei Diao and Michael J. Franklin},
XML filtering solutions developed to date have focused on the matching of documents to large numbers of queries but have not addressed the customization of output needed for emerging distributed information infrastructures. Support for such customization can significantly increase the complexity of the filtering process. In this paper, we show how to leverage an efficient, shared path matching engine to extract the specific XML elements needed to generate customized output in an XML Message… CONTINUE READING
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