XML Based Implementation of a Bibliographic Database and Recursive Queries
Sixth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations
Las Vegas, NV
The structured query language (SQL) of relational database models does not have the expressive power to implement recursive queries. Consequently, recursive queries are implemented as an application program in the host language. The newly developed XML schema provides a different setting for database design and query implementation. In this paper, we design and implement an XML schema and a set of associated queries for a bibliographic database. We will investigate and demonstrate the capabilities of Xpath, Xquery, and XSLT as standard query languages for XML-based databases. We will also show efficient implementations of recursive queries in XSLT.
Bibliographic database; Bibliographic systems; Databases; DATALOG; FLOWR; Query processing; Recursive queries; Relational database models; Relational databases; Structured query language; SQL (Computer program language); XML; XML (Document markup language); XML-based databases; Xpath; Xquery; XSLT; XSLT (Computer program language)
Computer Engineering | Databases and Information Systems | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Library and Information Science
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XML Based Implementation of a Bibliographic Database and Recursive Queries.
Presentation at Sixth International Conference on Information Technology: New Generations,
Las Vegas, NV.
Available at: https://digitalscholarship.unlv.edu/ece_presentations/21