Hybrid applications over XML - integrating the declarative and navigational approaches

P. Manghi, F. Simeoni, D. Lievens, R. Connor

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Abstract

We discuss the design of a quasi-statically typed language for XML in which data may be associated with different structures and different algebras in different scopes, whilst preserving identity. In declarative scopes, data are trees and may be queried with the full flexibility associated with XML query algebras. In procedural scopes, data have more conventional structures, such as records and sets, and can be manipulated with the constructs normally found in mainstream languages. For its original form of structural polymorphism, the language offers integrated support for the development of hybrid applications over XML, where data change form to re flct programming expectations and enable their enforcement.

Conference

ConferenceFourth International Workshop on Web Information and Data Management (WIDM'02)
CityMcLean, Virginia, USA
Period8/11/02 → …

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Keywords

  • XML programming
  • XML querying
  • advanced web applications
  • web data integration

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Manghi, P., Simeoni, F., Lievens, D., & Connor, R. (2002). Hybrid applications over XML - integrating the declarative and navigational approaches. 9-14. Paper presented at Fourth International Workshop on Web Information and Data Management (WIDM'02), McLean, Virginia, USA, . https://doi.org/10.1145/584931.584935
Manghi, P. ; Simeoni, F. ; Lievens, D. ; Connor, R. / Hybrid applications over XML - integrating the declarative and navigational approaches. Paper presented at Fourth International Workshop on Web Information and Data Management (WIDM'02), McLean, Virginia, USA, .5 p.
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2002. 9-14 Paper presented at Fourth International Workshop on Web Information and Data Management (WIDM'02), McLean, Virginia, USA, .

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Manghi P, Simeoni F, Lievens D, Connor R. Hybrid applications over XML - integrating the declarative and navigational approaches. 2002. Paper presented at Fourth International Workshop on Web Information and Data Management (WIDM'02), McLean, Virginia, USA, . https://doi.org/10.1145/584931.584935