Download PDF by Marek Rusinkiewicz (auth.), Johann Eder, Michele Missikoff: Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 15th International

By Marek Rusinkiewicz (auth.), Johann Eder, Michele Missikoff (eds.)

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This booklet constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the fifteenth overseas convention on complicated info structures Engineering, CaiSE 2003, held in Klagenfurt, Austria in June 2003.

The forty five revised complete papers awarded including three invited contributions have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 219 submissions. The papers are prepared in topical sections on XML, tools and types for info structures, UML, web company and social modeling, peer-to-peer platforms, ontology-based equipment, complicated layout of data platforms, wisdom, wisdom administration, net providers, info warehouses, digital agreements and workflow, standards engineering, metrics and process engineering, and agent applied sciences and complicated environments.

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XML Schema Graph Figure 2 shows part of the XML schema graph that constrains the XML data tree in Figure 1, it is represented as an XML schema graph. The nodes are element types and the solid edges are graph edges connecting nodes via the δt function. In this model, the parent elements can actually be reached via the δt−1 function from the children elements and the corresponding reverse edges are omitted in Figure 2. The node labelled “site” is the roott of this XML schema graph. The attributes of element types are listed besides the nodes with underline, for example, income.

Functional dependencies for xml. In Fifth Asian Pacific Web Conference, 2003. 21. W. Vincent and J. Liu. Multivalued dependencies for xml. In 20th BNCOD Conference, 2003. 22. J. Widom. Data management for xml - research directions. IEEE data Engineering Bulletin, 22(3):44–52, 1999. ca Abstract. Regular path expression is one of the core components of XML query languages, and several approaches to evaluating regular path expressions have been proposed. In this paper, a new path expression evaluation approach, extent join, is proposed to compute both parent-children (‘/’) and ancestor-descendent (‘//’) connectors between path steps.

We also propose reference index (RX) to support operations on references. ADX is used to index Ext(Pname, Cname) where Pname is the ancestor of Cname. Actually, ADX indexes the ancestor-descendant relationship between specified elements. For example, ADX(site, item) = {(&1, &4), (&1, &7), (&1, &11)}. PCX is used to index PCExt(Pname, Cname, “Pname/Cname”) where Pname must be the parent of Cname. For example, PCX(namerica, item) is {(&3, &4), (&3, &7)}. If the parent element name is not specified, PCX(any, item) indexes Ext(any,item) = {(&3, &4), (&3, &7) ,(&10,&11)}, written as PCX(item).

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