XML-SQL Query Translation Literature: The State of the Art and Open Problems

@inproceedings{Krishnamurthy2003XMLSQLQT,
  title={XML-SQL Query Translation Literature: The State of the Art and Open Problems},
  author={Rajasekar Krishnamurthy and Raghav Kaushik and Jeffrey F. Naughton},
  booktitle={Xsym},
  year={2003}
}
Recently, the database research literature has seen an explosion of publications with the goal of using an RDBMS to store and/or query XML data. The problems addressed and solved in this area are diverse. This diversity renders it difficult to know how the various results presented fit together, and even makes it hard to know what open problems remain. As a first step to rectifying this situation, we present a classification of the problem space and discuss how almost 40 papers fit into this… CONTINUE READING
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