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Proceedings of the 2001 ACM Symposium on Document engineering - DocEng '01
The shift from SGML to XML has created new demands for managing structured documents. Many XML documents will be transient representations for the purpose of data exchange between different types of applications, but there will also be a need for effective means to manage persistent XML data as a database. In this paper we explore requirements for an XML database management system. The purpose of the paper is not to suggest a single type of system covering all necessary features. Instead thedoi:10.1145/502200.502201 fatcat:tstz7m2xfvhipgrfa3uvstq24u