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  • From: Patrick Durusau <pdurusau@e...>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2003 06:06:06 -0500
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I ran across a paper recently that uses XPath to do something quite 
similar to the work Matt O'Donnell and I have been pursuing with JITTs.

The paper is entitled: "An Algorithm for Streaming XPath Processing with 
Forward and Backward Axes." by Charles Barton, Phillippe Charles, Deepak 
Goyal Mukund Raghavachari (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center and Marcus 
Fontoura, and Vanja Josifovski, (IBM Maden Research Centeer) and can be 
found at:

By discarding *irrelevant* markup, the authors report testing their 
algorithm on documents exceeding 1 GB and present time comparisons with 
Xalan on files of up to approximately 446 MB. (The authors report that 
Xalan failed on the 222 MB and 446 MB test files.)


Patrick Durusau
Director of Research and Development
Society of Biblical Literature


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