XPath with Conditional Axis Relations

@inproceedings{Marx2004XPathWC,
  title={XPath with Conditional Axis Relations},
  author={Maarten Marx},
  booktitle={EDBT},
  year={2004}
}
This paper is about the W3C standard node-addressing language for XML documents, called XPath. XPath is still under development. Version 2.0 appeared in 2001 while the theoretical foundations of Version 1.0 (dating from 1998) are still being widely studied. The paper aims at bringing XPath to a “stable fixed point” in its development: a version which is expressively complete, still manageable computationally, with a user-friendly syntax and a natural semantics. We focus on an important axis… CONTINUE READING
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