XQuery Papers

I’ve been reading research papers about XQuery recently and I am impressed. I’ve always had the impression that the amount of papers have significantly increased during the XPath 2.0/XQuery 1.0 “era”, but my conviction that the organic nature of XML is hopeless to query and store efficiently has withstood until now — to mention one of the few interesting discoveries I’ve done while scanning papers.

But that’s the positive side of it.

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