XML Chemistry M.Kersten Jan 2007 CIDR Headline Story:

XML Chemistry M.Kersten Jan 2007 CIDR Headline Story:

XML Chemistry M.Kersten Jan 2007 CIDR Headline Story: XML Chemistry infects the database community, a new money maker on the horizon M.Kersten Jan 2007 XML relationalship Communities are build out of well-defined building blocks: Humans and Opponent relationships John Doe male

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M.Kersten Jan 2007 Charged XML structures Communities are build out of well-defined building blocks: Humans and Opponent relationships John Doe + male +10 volt

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O Reactive XML Paradigm The database can be seen as a reactive container where charged XML structures interact, forming new constellations for a limited amount of time. M.Kersten Jan 2007 Distilling the result The application needs can be characterized as interested in fuel or to affect the XML

cocktail. Structural micro-filters Catalyst XML structures (in-)de-crease the energy M.Kersten Jan 2007 CIDR Headline Story: XML Chemistry Self-organizing database architecture Creates a sound probabilistic world to reason, predict and control behaviour Chemistry-based modelling is a good starting point M.Kersten Jan 2007 Retired(?) Mr. D. BEMES

Bi-focal worldview (SQL-XML) Optimizer headache Soft(ware) belly Too many data packs Unstable cluster pc marsh I can still win the triathlon (!?)

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