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Effective entry to info, sharing facts, extracting details from info, and utilising the knowledge became pressing wishes for state-of-the-art organizations. With loads information on the net, dealing with it with traditional instruments is turning into nearly very unlikely. New instruments and methods are essential to offer interoperability in addition to warehousing among a number of info resources and structures, and to extract info from the databases. XML Databases and the Semantic internet specializes in severe and new internet applied sciences wanted for corporations to hold out transactions on the internet, to appreciate the best way to use the internet successfully, and to switch advanced files at the Web.This reference for database directors, database designers, and internet designers operating in tandem with database technologists covers 3 rising applied sciences of important effect for digital enterprise: Extensible Markup Language (XML), semi-structured databases, and the semantic net. the 1st elements of the e-book discover those rising applied sciences. The 3rd half highlights the results of those applied sciences for e-business. total, the ebook offers a accomplished view of severe applied sciences for the internet normally and XML in particular.The semantic net, XML, and semi-structured databases are nonetheless really new applied sciences that combine many different applied sciences. As those applied sciences and integration of those advances mature, we will count on to determine development within the semantic internet. the data contained in XML Databases and the Semantic internet is vital to the long run luck of powerful e-business on the internet.

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Effective entry to facts, sharing info, extracting info from info, and using the data became pressing wishes for contemporary organisations. With rather a lot facts on the net, handling it with traditional instruments is turning into nearly very unlikely. New instruments and methods are essential to offer interoperability in addition to warehousing among a number of information resources and structures, and to extract details from the databases.

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I end Part II with a discussion of semistructured databases. By XML technologies, I mean the key information to understand XML. The other sections of this book provide the big picture and set Web data management, XML, and other technologies in place. It is not my goal to make the reader prolific in XML, but to explain the complex ideas in a simple manner. The semantic Web was a term coined by Tim Berners Lee, the father of the Web. Others like James Hendler have advanced this concept through programs such as Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Agents Markup Language (DAML).

Object-relational models were also being proposed for semistructured data. With the advent of the Web and W3C, however, there is much interest in developing models for text data. One of the most popular representation schemes is XML. Note that XML is not a data model, but instead is a metamodel to represent various documents. Documents such as memos, letters, books, and journal articles are represented with XML. In other words, XML defines the structure to represent such textual documents. ) The approach taken to represent text data with XML is adopted to represent various types of data such as video, chemical structures, financial securities information, and medical imagery.

3. Digital libraries have been used interchangeably with Web data management; however, digital libraries encompass not only Web data management but also technologies for managing the information effectively on the Web. 4 covers hypermedia technologies. These technologies are an essential part of Web browsers. 5. 2 ROLE OF JAVA FOR THE WEB AND DATA MANAGEMENT Various aspects of Java technology are discussed in the previous section. I elaborate on them again because Java and the Web go hand in hand.

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