DOI: 10.24251/hicss.2017.752
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Abstract: AbstractXML and the XPath querying language have become ubiquitous data and querying standards used in many industrial settings and across the World-Wide Web. The high latency of XPath queries over large XML databases remains a problem for many applications. While this latency could be reduced by parallel execution, issues such as work partitioning, memory contention, and load imbalance may diminish the benefits of parallelization. We propose three parallel XPath query engines: Static Work Partitioning, Work …

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