Christian Thiemann et.al.: Proposed Specification of a Distributed XML-Query Network
Christian Thiemann, Michael Schlenker, Thomas Severiens
Proposed Specification of a Distributed XML-Query Network
- Date of Upload: 2003-08-21
C. Thiemann, M. Schlenker, T. Severiens: Proposed Specification of a Distributed XML-Query Network, cs.DC/0309022
XML, XML-Query, Networking, Information Retrieval, distributed computing, load balancing, protocoll
68P10, 68M12, 68M14, 68M15
- W3C's XML-Query language offers a powerful instrument for
information retrieval on XML repositories. This article
describes an implementation of this retrieval in a real
world's scenario. Distributed XML-Query processing reduces
load on every single attending node to an acceptable level.
The network allows every participant to control their
computing load themselves. Furthermore XML-repositories may
stay at the rights holder, so every Data-Provider can
decide, whether to process critical queries or not. If Data-Providers keep redundant information, this distributed network improves reliability of information with duplicates removed.
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- URL: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs.DC/0309022 (application/pdf)
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