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Patent Title : An Encoding Scheme Based on Fractional Numbers For Querying and Updating XML Data
Patent Registration No : To be provided
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Pre-Commercial The invention is currently in the process of field testing
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This technology is a system to effectively manage and exchange data using XML platform.
This technology is used for XML data update and query, without interrupting the performance of the system. It can be embedded into existing XML query processors of commercial database management system, such as Oracle, DB2 and SQL Server. It enables the labeling of XML models to ensure that the structural relationships between XML nodes can be efficiently computed. The system can be easily maintained with minimum supervision.
- Commercial database
- Reduce processing time
- Save storage
- Reduce update time
Prospects: Data management system market, the existing users of XML query processor
Globally, the database management systems market grew significantly by the year 2011. The five leading commercial relational database vendors by revenue were Oracle (USD11,787 million), IBM (USD4,870 million), Microsoft (USD4,099 million), SAP including Sybase (USD1,101 millions) and Teradata (USD882 millions). In terms of market share, Oracle dominated 48.8% of the market in 2011, increased by 48.2% from 2010. The market share for IBM (DB2 database) and Microsoft (SQL Server) databases were 20.2% and 17%, respectively. The database management system software market is expected to have strong growth as it adoption is driven by big data and digitalization initiatives. Over the period of 2012-2016, the analysts forecast the Global Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) market to grow at a CAGR of 10.06%.
•Save storage space for storing labels
•Reduce XML query processing time
•Reduce total XML update time