Towards Generic Weaving of Adaptation Aspects for XML

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Executive Summary

XML is one of the most used languages in the Web and is frequently used to describe large parts of web applications. A common approach to reduce complexity of web applications relying on XML is to use a multi-staged architecture in form of a transformation pipeline. These pipelines usually employ a fixed set of complex transformations to convert an XML source document into a displayable output format. A second common principle is to separate a web application's context-independent part from the context-dependent adaptation facet.

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