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Oliveira, Stanley
Rafiei, Davood
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XML Query Languages
XML Query Requirements
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Computing Science Technical Report
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TR02-11
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Technical report TR02-11. Various query languages have been proposed for XML, some inspired by database query languages (e.g. SQL and OQL) and others introduced by documents community. To fulfill its role of a standardization body,W3C has identified a number of requirements for XML query languages. In this paper, we examine three XML query languages and report how they conform to the query requirements set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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2002
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