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Towards a Table Driven XML QoS Aware Transmission Framework

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1 Author(s)
Alex Ng ; Macquarie University, Australia

Table driven XML (TDXML) is an encoding mechanism designed to improve the inefficient serialisation/deserialisation process of converting machine object representations to/from XML representations by encoding the XML message data into tabular format, with each data and attribute element being assigned unique identifiers for improved serialisation and deserialisation efficiencies. The table structure of TDXML gives birth to a flexible transmission framework called the Table driven XML QoS aware transmission framework (TDQAT) which makes use of the concept of a content-based routing mechanism and using different tables to convey different functional and non-functional properties of a Web service. TDQAT promises the following benefits: improved performance and quality-of-service control, reduced implementation cost and time, and easing cross-platform integrations.

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6th IEEE/ACIS International Conference on Computer and Information Science (ICIS 2007)

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11-13 July 2007