Efficient Relational Storage and Retrieval of XML Documents (Extended Version)
Presented at the International Workshop on The World Wide Web and Databases, Dallas, TX, USA
In this paper, we present a data and an execution model that allow for efficient storage and retrieval of XML documents in a relational database. The data model is strictly based on the notion of binary associations: by decomposing XML documents into small, flexible and semantically homogeneous units we are able to exploit the performance potential of vertical fragmentation. Moreover, our approach provides clear and intuitive semantics, which facilitates the definition of a declarative query algebra. Our experimental results with large collections of XML documents demonstrate the effectiveness of the techniques proposed.
|Lecture Notes in Computer Science|
|International Workshop on The World Wide Web and Databases|
Schmidt, A.R, Kersten, M.L, Windhouwer, M.A, & Waas, F. (2000). Efficient Relational Storage and Retrieval of XML Documents (Extended Version). In The World Wide Web and Databases 2000 (WebDB 3) (pp. 137–150). Springer.