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XML transformation flow processing

Abstract : The XSLT language is both complex to use in simple cases (like tag renaming or element hiding) and restricted in complex ones (requiring the processing of multiple stylesheets with complex information flows). We propose a framework improving on XSLT. It provides simple-to-use and easy-to-analyze macros for the basic common transformation tasks. It provides a superstructure for composing multiple stylesheets, with multiple input and output documents, in ways that are not accessible within XSLT. Having the whole transformation description in an integrated format allows to control and to analyze the complete transformation.
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Jérôme Euzenat, Laurent Tardif. XML transformation flow processing. Markup Languages Theory and Practice, MIT Press, 2002, 3 (3), pp.285-311. ⟨hal-00922309⟩



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