XMLTK

XMLTK: An XML toolkit for scalable XML stream processing. We describe a toolkit for highly scalable XML data processing, consisting of two components. The first is a collection of stand-alone XML tools, s.a. sort- ing, aggregation, nesting, and unnesting, that can be chained to express more complex restructurings. The second is a highly scalable XPath processor for XML streams that can be used to develop scalable solutions for XML stream applications. In this paper we dis- cuss the tools, and some of the techniques we used to achieve high scalability. The toolkit is freely available as an open-source project.


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  1. Ramanan, Prakash: Memory lower bounds for XPath evaluation over XML streams (2011)
  2. Zinn, Daniel; Bowers, Shawn; Köhler, Sven; Ludäscher, Bertram: Parallelizing XML data-streaming workflows via MapReduce (2010)
  3. Bar-Yossef, Ziv; Fontoura, Marcus; Josifovski, Vanja: On the memory requirements of XPath evaluation over XML streams (2007)
  4. Min, Jun-Ki; Park, Myung-Jae; Chung, Chin-Wan: XTREAM: An efficient multi-query evaluation on streaming XML data (2007) ioport
  5. Berlea, Alexandru: Online evaluation of regular tree queries (2006)
  6. Corradini, Flavio; Mariani, Leonardo; Merelli, Emanuela: An agent-based approach to tool integration (2004) ioport
  7. Corradini, Flavio; Mariani, Leonardo; Merelli, Emanuela: An agent-based approach to tool integration (2004) ioport
  8. Corradini, Flavio; Mariani, Leonardo; Merelli, Emanuela: An agent-based approach to tool integration (2004) ioport
  9. Olteanu, Dan: Evaluation of XPath queries against XML streams. (2004)
  10. Suciu, Dan: From searching text to querying XML streams (2004)
  11. Green, Todd J.; Miklau, Gerome; Onizuka, Makoto; Suciu, Dan: Processing XML streams with deterministic automata (2003)