Advances in Web and Network Technologies, and Information by Tianxiao Liu, Tuyêt Trâm Dang Ngoc, Dominique Laurent

By Tianxiao Liu, Tuyêt Trâm Dang Ngoc, Dominique Laurent (auth.), Kevin Chen-Chuan Chang, Wei Wang, Lei Chen, Clarence A. Ellis, Ching-Hsien Hsu, Ah Chung Tsoi, Haixun Wang (eds.)

This ebook constitutes the refereed mixed lawsuits of 4 foreign workshops held along side the joint ninth Asia-Pacific internet convention, APWeb 2007, and the eighth overseas convention on Web-Age info administration, WAIM 2007, held in Huang Shan, China in June 2007.

The 50 revised complete papers and 25 revised brief papers provided including the summary of 1 keynote speak have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen from a complete of 266 submissions. The papers of the 4 workshops are very particular and give a contribution to enlarging the spectrum of the extra common subject matters taken care of within the APWeb 2007 and WAIM 2007 major meetings. issues addressed through the workshops are: Database administration and alertness over Networks (DBMAN 2007), rising tendencies of net applied sciences and purposes (WebETrends 2007), approach acutely aware details structures (PAIS 2007), and alertness and protection carrier in internet and Pervasive Environments (ASWAN 2007).

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In the paper at hand, we will also use the label-extended type system defined in [16] where content types are called representation types. Example 2. Consider Lecturers and Papers that have been declared as XML. From the XML schema we obtain their representation types which may look for examples as follows: tLecturers = lecturers: {lecturer: (id: INTEGER, name: (fname: STRING, lname: STRING, titles:{title: STRING}), homepage: STRING, email: STRING, phone: (areacode: INTEGER, number: INGEGER))} tPapers = papers: {paper: (no : STRING, title: STRING, taught : IDREF , description: STRING, points: STRING, campus: STRING, literature: [(article : STRING) ⊕ (book: STRING)])} Cost-Based Vertical Fragmentation for XML 15 Query Algebra.

K} the EUFM of e Output: fragmentation and fragment allocation schema {eV 1 , . . , eV k } Method: for each θ ∈ {1, . . , k} let elem(eV θ ) = ∅ endfor for each element ei ∈ elem(e), 1 ≤ i ≤ n do for each node θ ∈ {1, . . , k} do calculate requestθ (ei ) endfor for each node θ ∈ {1, . . , k} do calculate payθ (ei ) endfor choose w such that payw (ei ) = minkθ=1 payθ (ei ) elem(eV w ) = elem(eV w ) ∪ ei /* add ei to eV w RP (eV w ) = RP (eV w ) ∪ rpi /* add rpi to RP (eV w ) endfor for each θ ∈ {1, .

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