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High performance XML parsing using parallel bit stream technology

High performance XML parsing using parallel bit stream technology,10.1145/1463788.1463811,Robert D. Cameron,Kenneth S. Herdy,Dan Lin

High performance XML parsing using parallel bit stream technology   (Citations: 9)
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    • ...A large array of research results have been reported, which often exploit the SIMD instruction set extension of CPUs, or multicore CPUs to speed up XML processing in software [9][13][14][16]...
    • ...In 2008, Cameron et al. developed an open-source non-validating XML parser Parabix (parallel bit streams for XML) which exploits the SIMD capabilities of modern-day commodity processors to process multiple characters at the same time, achieving performance of 6 to 15 CPB on SAX parsing [13]...

    Zefu Daiet al. A 1 cycle-per-byte XML parsing accelerator

    • ...This is the idea behind what has sometimes been termed “binary” XML[15]...

    G. M. Tereet al. How to improve XML web services performance?

    • ...Recently, high performance XML parsing has become a topic of considerable interest (e.g., XML Screamer [19], schema-specific parser [11], PXP [23, 24 ], Parabix [7])...
    • ...Parabix [7], though not a parallel DOM parsing algorithm, exploits parallel hardware for speeding up parsing by scanning the document faster...

    Bhavik Shahet al. A Data Parallel Algorithm for XML DOM Parsing

    • ...The work in [4] studies the application of parallel bit stream technology together with the study of the XML processing performance...

    Ying Zhanget al. Speculative p-DFAs for parallel XML parsing

    • ...One approach that shows some promise, however, is the method of parallel bit streams, recently applied to UTF-8 to UTF-16 transcoding [2, 3], XML parsing [4, 6] and amino acid sequencing[5]...
    • ...In an XML statistics gathering application, including the implementation of XML wellformedness checking, an overall 3X to 10X performance improvement is achieved in using the parallel bit stream methods in comparison with a similarly coded application using such well known parsers as Expat and Xerces [4]...
    • ...pose of validating XML datatype declarations in accord with XML Schema [4]...
    • ...Within parabix, transposition to parallel bit stream form requires approximately 1.1 cycles per byte [4]...

    Robert D. Cameronet al. Architectural support for SWAR text processing with parallel bit strea...

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