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 Eric David Perkins

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Average citations per article6.75
Citation Count27
Publication count4
Publication years2001-2007
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May 2007 WWW '07: Proceedings of the 16th international conference on World Wide Web
Publisher: ACM
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XML delivers key advantages in interoperability due to its flexibility, expressiveness, and platform-neutrality. As XML has become a performance-critical aspect of the next generation of business computing infrastructure, however, it has become increasingly clear that XML parsing often carries a heavy performance penalty, and that current, widely-used parsing technologies are ...
Keywords: XML, compiler, interpreter, parsing, performance, schema

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May 2006 WWW '06: Proceedings of the 15th international conference on World Wide Web
Publisher: ACM
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Citation Count: 23
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This paper describes an experimental system in which customized high performance XML parsers are prepared using parser generation and compilation techniques. Parsing is integrated with Schema-based validation and deserialization, and the resulting validating processors are shown to be as fast as or in many cases significantly faster than traditional nonvalidating ...
Keywords: JAX-RPC, SAX, XML, XML schema, parsing, performance, schema compilation, validation

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January 2006 IBM Systems Journal: Volume 45 Issue 2, January 2006
Publisher: IBM Corp.
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With the widespread adoption of SOAP and Web services, XML-based processing, and parsing of XML documents in particular, is becoming a performance-critical aspect of business computing. In such scenarios, XML is often constrained by an XML Schema grammar, which can be used during parsing to improve performance. Although traditional grammar-based ...

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