Information Systems Development pp 393-404
On XML Document Transformations as Schema Evolves: A Survey of Current Approaches
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- Malý J., Mlýnková I., Nečaský M. (2013) On XML Document Transformations as Schema Evolves: A Survey of Current Approaches. In: Pooley R., Coady J., Schneider C., Linger H., Barry C., Lang M. (eds) Information Systems Development. Springer, New York, NY
The eXtensible Markup Language (XML) (Bray et al. 2008) is currently one of the most popular meta-formats for data representation on the Web. To enable data exchange, it is crucial to restrict structure of the exchanged XML documents by a set of rules, so that each communicating party is able to understand them. This restriction is achieved via XML schemas.