Polishing Structural Bulk Updates in a Native XML Database


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KIRCHER, Lukas, 2013. Polishing Structural Bulk Updates in a Native XML Database

@mastersthesis{Kircher2013Polis-29218, title={Polishing Structural Bulk Updates in a Native XML Database}, year={2013}, address={Konstanz}, school={Universität Konstanz}, author={Kircher, Lukas} }

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