XML and AJAX - A Project Proposal Research Proposal by Nicky

XML and AJAX - A Project Proposal
A project proposal about the relationship between XML-based networks and AJAX.
# 151065 | 2,663 words | 15 sources | APA | 2012 | US

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This paper presents a detailed project proposal which investigates the extent to which XML-based networks influence AJAX program performance. First, the paper lists the objectives of the study. Then, it describes how to define, develop and install an XML network. This is followed by a discussion of AJAX programming. Additionally, the paper includes an extensive literature review and resource list. The paper concludes by examining several other issues associated with the project, such as risk assessment and quality assurance. This paper contains tables.


The Project Aims and Objectives
Project Outline
Literature Survey / Resources' List
Scholarly Contributions of the Project
Description of the Deliverables
Evaluation Criteria
Resource Plan
Project Plan and Timing
Risk Assessment
Quality Assurance

From the Paper:

"The analysis of how AJAX-based applications performance in a distributed network environment varies by XML load factors that are randomized has never been done before. The majority of researchers are concentrating on the performance of AJAX versus HTML alone as the analyses and experiments indicate (Smullen, Smullen, 2009).
"The two parallel paths of research occurring today that this proposed study looks to integrate together are the studies of XML performance optimization on the one hand, and AJAX performance on the other. The first area of XML performance there are researchers experimenting with variants of XML formatting and integration to gain greater performance. Here is a study that attempt to define variants to XML formatting to get a higher level of performance of networks (Ives, Halevey, Weld, 2009). On the second area, AJAX-based programming is getting much attention, specifically steps to create greater levels of performance through caching and pre-fetching algorithms. Web developers are concentrating on high performance AJAX (Souders, 2008).
"In conclusion there has never been the depth of analysis of XML randomization of performance as a network resource load level relative to the performance of AJAX-based applications. This research is further differentiated by the fact that the AJAX application will complete randomized database queries over time. This will further replicate the performance of enterprise applications as well. "

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Bernoff, J., and C. Li. 2008. Harnessing the Power of the Oh-So-Social Web. MIT Sloan Management Review 49, no. 3, Last accessed 13 Sept 2009, 36-42.
  • Bachle, M., and P. Kirchberg. 2007. Ruby on Rails. IEEE Software 24, no. 6, Last accessed 16 Sept 2009, 105.
  • Choi, R., and R. Wong. 2009. Efficient Filtering of Branch Queries for High-Performance XML Data Services. Journal of Database Management 20, no. 2, Last accessed 17 Sept 2009, 58-83.
  • Groppe, S., J. Groppe, S. Bottcher, T. Wycisk, and L. Gruenwald. 2009. Optimizing the execution of XSLT stylesheets for querying transformed XML data. Knowledge and Information Systems 18, no. 3, Last accessed 16 Sept 2009, 331-391.
  • Ives, Zachary, Alon Y. Halevy, Daniel S. Weld, (2009). Integrating network-bound xml data . University of Washington Computer Science Journal , Retrieved from http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/weld/papers/ives-ieee01.pdf

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