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Transformation rules from semi-structured XML documents to database model

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4 Author(s)
Badr, Y. ; LISI, Inst. Nat. des Sci. Appliquees, Villeurbanne, France ; Sayah, M. ; Laforest, F. ; Flory, A.

XML semi-structured documents provide a flexible and natural way to capture data. More often, users exchange documents with others or reuse their data in a wide range of tasks. A direct consequence is a growing need to manage semi-structured documents and to gain conventional database functionality. The aim of our research is the development of a comprehensive capturing and mapping data system that ensures flexible and well-adapted information capture and at the same time efficient information retrieval. A transformation process allows the mapping between the semi-structured document model and the traditional database model. It handles data extraction and data restructuring and deals with data mapping rules to feed traditional databases

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Computer Systems and Applications, ACS/IEEE International Conference on. 2001

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