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ProTDB [chapter]

Andrew Nierman, H.V. Jagadish
2002 VLDB '02: Proceedings of the 28th International Conference on Very Large Databases  
doi:10.1016/b978-155860869-6/50063-9 dblp:conf/vldb/NiermanJ02 fatcat:5k256fn525cxxaofcxerkabzaq

Grouping in XML [chapter]

Stelios Paparizos, Shurug Al-Khalifa, H. V. Jagadish, Laks Lakshmanan, Andrew Nierman, Divesh Srivastava, Yuqing Wu
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
XML permits repeated and missing sub-elements, and missing attributes. We discuss the consequent implications on grouping, both with respect to specification and with respect to implementation. The techniques described here have been implemented in the TIMBER native XML database system being developed at the University of Michigan.
doi:10.1007/3-540-36128-6_8 fatcat:mhxig5kwqbe5pjkor4zmbyuqjm

TIMBER

Stelios Paparizos, Yuqing Wu, Cong Yu, Shurug Al-Khalifa, Adriane Chapman, H. V. Jagadish, Laks V. S. Lakshmanan, Andrew Nierman, Jignesh M. Patel, Divesh Srivastava, Nuwee Wiwatwattana
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 ACM SIGMOD international conference on on Management of data - SIGMOD '03  
XML has become ubiquitous, and XML data has to be managed in databases. The current industry standard is to map XML data into relational tables and store this information in a relational database. Such mappings create both expressive power problems and performance problems. In the TIMBER [7] project we are exploring the issues involved in storing XML in native format. We believe that the key intellectual contribution of this system is a comprehensive set-at-a-time query processing ability in a
more » ... ative XML store, with all the standard components of relational query processing, including algebraic rewriting and a cost-based optimizer. ture of XML data, obtaining these estimates is not necessarily straightforward. We discuss effective techniques for this purpose in [8] . XML query evaluation often involves the computation of a structural join between ancestor/descendant and parent/child nodes. One has to determine the satisfaction of predicates at multiple structurally related nodes in the database. New access methods for the computation of such joins are introduced in [1, 2].
doi:10.1145/872757.872862 dblp:conf/sigmod/PaparizosACJLNPSWWY03 fatcat:kmq6yiwnojcu3kkbmohsobaxei

TIMBER

Stelios Paparizos, Yuqing Wu, Cong Yu, Shurug Al-Khalifa, Adriane Chapman, H. V. Jagadish, Laks V. S. Lakshmanan, Andrew Nierman, Jignesh M. Patel, Divesh Srivastava, Nuwee Wiwatwattana
2003 Proceedings of the 2003 ACM SIGMOD international conference on on Management of data - SIGMOD '03  
XML has become ubiquitous, and XML data has to be managed in databases. The current industry standard is to map XML data into relational tables and store this information in a relational database. Such mappings create both expressive power problems and performance problems. In the TIMBER [7] project we are exploring the issues involved in storing XML in native format. We believe that the key intellectual contribution of this system is a comprehensive set-at-a-time query processing ability in a
more » ... ative XML store, with all the standard components of relational query processing, including algebraic rewriting and a cost-based optimizer. ture of XML data, obtaining these estimates is not necessarily straightforward. We discuss effective techniques for this purpose in [8] . XML query evaluation often involves the computation of a structural join between ancestor/descendant and parent/child nodes. One has to determine the satisfaction of predicates at multiple structurally related nodes in the database. New access methods for the computation of such joins are introduced in [1, 2].
doi:10.1145/872858.872862 fatcat:7et2izo53jhrviksvlvanqu72e

Sub-Telomere Directed Gene Expression during Initiation of Invasive Aspergillosis

Andrew McDonagh, Natalie D. Fedorova, Jonathan Crabtree, Yan Yu, Stanley Kim, Dan Chen, Omar Loss, Timothy Cairns, Gustavo Goldman, Darius Armstrong-James, Ken Haynes, Hubertus Haas (+5 others)
2008 PLoS Pathogens  
Aspergillus fumigatus is a common mould whose spores are a component of the normal airborne flora. Immune dysfunction permits developmental growth of inhaled spores in the human lung causing aspergillosis, a significant threat to human health in the form of allergic, and life-threatening invasive infections. The success of A. fumigatus as a pathogen is unique among close phylogenetic relatives and is poorly characterised at the molecular level. Recent genome sequencing of several Aspergillus
more » ... cies provides an exceptional opportunity to analyse fungal virulence attributes within a genomic and evolutionary context. To identify genes preferentially expressed during adaptation to the mammalian host niche, we generated multiple gene expression profiles from minute samplings of A. fumigatus germlings during initiation of murine infection. They reveal a highly co-ordinated A. fumigatus gene expression programme, governing metabolic and physiological adaptation, which allows the organism to prosper within the mammalian niche. As functions of phylogenetic conservation and genetic locus, 28% and 30%, respectively, of the A. fumigatus subtelomeric and lineage-specific gene repertoires are induced relative to laboratory culture, and physically clustered genes including loci directing pseurotin, gliotoxin and siderophore biosyntheses are a prominent feature. Locationally biased A. fumigatus gene expression is not prompted by in vitro iron limitation, acid, alkaline, anaerobic or oxidative stress. However, subtelomeric gene expression is favoured following ex vivo neutrophil exposure and in comparative analyses of richly and poorly nourished laboratory cultured germlings. We found remarkable concordance between the A. fumigatus host-adaptation transcriptome and those resulting from in vitro iron depletion, alkaline shift, nitrogen starvation and loss of the methyltransferase LaeA. This first transcriptional snapshot of a fungal genome during initiation of mammalian infection provides the global perspective required to direct much-needed diagnostic and therapeutic strategies and reveals genome organisation and subtelomeric diversity as potential driving forces in the evolution of pathogenicity in the genus Aspergillus.
doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1000154 pmid:18787699 pmcid:PMC2526178 fatcat:s3lnwexfqjer5gou3igzkwihse

Sequence and analysis of chromosome 1 of the plant Arabidopsis thaliana

Athanasios Theologis, Joseph R. Ecker, Curtis J. Palm, Nancy A. Federspiel, Samir Kaul, Owen White, Jose Alonso, Hootan Altafi, Rina Araujo, Cheryl L. Bowman, Shelise Y. Brooks, Eugen Buehler (+77 others)
2000 Nature  
doi:10.1038/35048500 pmid:11130712 fatcat:dto43odkfrgepmdfxxx2xbnfky

Novel Method for Measuring Structure and Semantic Similarity of XML Documents Based on Extended Adjacency Matrix

Xue-Liang Zhang, Ting Yang, Bao-Quan Fan, Xu Wang, Jin-Mao Wei
2012 Physics Procedia  
In the other papers about similarity measurement of XML documents [5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11] , Andrew Nierman and H. V.  ...  For validating the efficiency and advantage of our approach, we firstly conducted an experiment, which was the same as that conducted by Andrew Nierman and H. V.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.phpro.2012.02.215 fatcat:esocyn3ajvhozkymznwac6qzzy

Page 2006 of Journal of Clinical Oncology Vol. 16, Issue 2 [page]

1998 Journal of Clinical Oncology  
Nierman, Peter White, Jr, Janelle Klar, Svetlana Granovsky, David Horak, and Susannah K.  ...  Party, Cambridge, United Kingdom Primary Mediastinal Nonseminomatous Germ Cell Tumors: Results of Modern Therapy Including Cisplatin-Based Chemotherapy Karim Fizazi, Stéphane Culine, Jean-Pierre Droz, Andrew  ... 

Erratum: Corrigendum: Genomic sequence of the pathogenic and allergenic filamentous fungus Aspergillus fumigatus

William C. Nierman, Arnab Pain, Michael J. Anderson, Jennifer R. Wortman, H. Stanley Kim, Javier Arroyo, Matthew Berriman, Keietsu Abe, David B. Archer, Clara Bermejo, Joan Bennett, Paul Bowyer (+86 others)
2006 Nature  
-to-cell variation in a cell-fate decision system Alejandro Colman-Lerner, Andrew Gordon, Eduard Serra, Tina Chin, Orna Resnekov, Drew Endy, C.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature04572 fatcat:gs2bu3vxfzhnjispn6r7qkejom

Page 140 of Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association Vol. 51, Issue 2 [page]

1961 Journal of the American Podiatric Medical Association  
Nierman, M. M., and Pilot, J.: Treatment of superficial fungous infections with Fulvicin (griseofulvin), J. Indiana M. A. 52:1771, 1959. 24. Nierman, M. M.; Cohen, D.  ...  Andrews, G. C.: Diseases of the Skin, ed. 4. Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1954. Wilson, J. W.: Some observations on diseases in 1959, M. Clin.  ... 

Page 92 of Journal of Chemical Education Vol. 3, Issue 1 [page]

1926 Journal of Chemical Education  
Missouri 1923-1924: John Lewis Nierman, “The distribution of the mineral elements in the animal body as influenced by age and condition.” 1924-1925: Nollie B.  ...  Arthur Edward Stoppel, “Studies in the analytical chemistry of molybdenum and vanadium.” 1924-1925: Andrew Dingwell, ‘Studies of the proteins of wheat flours and their re- lation to flour strength.””  ... 

Page 510 of JAMA Dermatology Vol. 70, Issue 4 [page]

1954 JAMA Dermatology  
Nierman, M. M.: Treatment of Cystic Acne Vulgaris with a Cutaneous Vasoconstrictor (Kutapressin), J. Indiana M. A. 45:497-502 (June) 1952. 12. Stokes, J. H., and Sternberg, T.  ...  Andrews, G. C.; Domonkos, A. N., and Post, C. F.: Treatment of Acne Vulgaris, J. A. M. A, 146:1107-1113 (July 21) 1951. 14, Mitchell-Heggs, G. B.: Seborrheic Dermatitis and Acne Vulgaris, Brit. M.  ... 

Page 406 of Southwestern Historical Quarterly Vol. 45, Issue 4 [page]

1942 Southwestern Historical Quarterly  
406 New Orleans, military rule in (1807), 293 Ney, Elisabet, last work, 356 Ney Museum, 365 Nicaragua, 149ff; hostile presidential manifesto, 154 ; isthmian route, 149, 152, 157 Nicaragua, Lake, 154 Nierman  ...  Hays, 50, 62 Quartelejo, 208 Questad, Karl, 128, 129, 132, 29 oo Rabb, Andrew, 256 Radkey, Oliver H., 228 Rafuse, Robert W., 225 Ragsdale, Silas B., 366 Rainey, Homer P., 283, 285 Rains, Emory, 241 Ramén  ... 

Page 227 of Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago Vol. , Issue [page]

1930 Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago  
Nierman, Henry Niesz, Mrs. Homer E. Nieubuurt, Mrs. Edward J. Nieukirk, Mrs. Raymond Nightingale, Mrs. Donald A Niles, Mrs. P. E. Niles, William A. Glen Ellyn, Ill. Nims, Mrs. Foster S. Nitardy, Mrs.  ...  Andrew M. Norris, Mrs. Emma T. Norris, Mrs. LaVerne North, S. H. North, Mrs. William G. Oak Park, Ill. Northquist, Mrs. R. A. Evanston, III. Northrop, Mrs. Louis H. Winnetka, III. Northrup, Mrs. L.  ... 

Page 189 of Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago Vol. , Issue [page]

1929 Art Institute of Chicago. Bulletin of the Art Institute of Chicago  
Andrew M. Norris, Mrs. LaVerne North, S. H. North, Mrs. William G. Oak Park, Ill. Northlich, Mrs. William B. Northquist, Mrs. R. A Evanston, Northrop, Mrs. Northrop, Mrs. Louis H. Winnetka, II.  ...  Nierman, Henry Nightser, Miss "Toad M. MEMBERS Niles, William A. Glen Ellyn, Il. Nilson, Mrs. Alfred N. Nims, Mrs. Foster S. Nissen, Mrs. William Nitardy, Mrs. Karl H. Nitsche, Edward A. Niven, Mrs.  ... 
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