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Very few research papers have been done on XML security over relational databases despite that XML became the de facto standard for the data representation and exchange on the inte...
XML is gradually accepted as a standard for representing, accessing, and exchanging data in internet applications. It poses many new challenges to XML storage or XML repositories. ...
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This paper presents the design and implementation of CCMP, a conference management protocol currently under standardization within the IETF, conceived at the outset as a lightweigh...
This paper is concerned with the following problem: How to allow a community of users to access and process diverse data stored in many different formats? Standard data formats and...
The operation of corporations, enterprises, and other organizations relies on the management, understanding and efficient use of vast amounts of information. This information may c...
Query-update independence analysis is the problem of determining whether an update affects the results of a query. Query-update independence is useful for avoiding recomputation of...
Developers need to programmatically access persistent XML data. Object-oriented access is often the preferred method. Translating XML data into objects or vice-versa is a hard prob...
Developers can take steps to ensure that services that are put out there are as reusable as technically possible. Vijay Narayanan provides developers with six guidelines of what wi...