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Natural XML for Data Binding, Processing, and Persistence
Computing in Science & Engineering
  • George K. Thiruvathukal, Loyola University Chicago
  • Konstantin Läufer, Loyola University Chicago
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The article explains what you need to do to incorporate XML directly into your computational science application. The exploration involves the use of a standard parser to automatically build object trees entirely from application-specific classes. This discussion very much focuses on object-oriented programming languages such as Java and Python, but it can work for non-object-oriented languages as well. The ideas in the article provide a glimpse into the Natural XML research project.
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G. Thiruvathukal and K. Läufer, “Natural XML for data binding, processing, and persistence,” Computing in Science & Engineering, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 86-92, Mar. 2004.