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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Fragmentation techniques for XML data are gaining momentum within both distributed and centralized XML query engines and pose novel and unrecognized challenges to the community. Albeit not novel, and clearly inspired by the classical divide et impera principle, fragmentation for XML trees has been proved successful in boosting the querying performance, and in cutting down the memory requirements. However, fragmentation considered so far has been driven by semantics, i.e. built around querydoi:10.1007/978-3-540-74469-6_53 fatcat:wztitm4lkzdbpkeqnc4tnvqigq