XML Research Proposal Research Proposal by Nicky

A research proposal to measure the extent to which XML-based networks influence AJAX program performance.
# 150523 | 1,557 words | 8 sources | APA | 2012 | US
Published on Feb 29, 2012 in Computer and Technology (Programming)


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Description:

This proposal aims to evaluate the performance of AJAX-based collaborative, workflow-based applications' performance on XML-based networks over a representative range of use scenarios. The proposal use of scenarios will include the use of a yield curve of network traffic or congestion, measuring AJAX applications' degradation in performance over time. The proposal will then present scalability ratios and predictors of AJAX-based application performance in low, medium and high-transaction level enterprise applications. The paper details the three stages to the project plan and the evaluation criteria to be utilized in this study.

Outline:
Project Title
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:

"XML is now the de facto communications protocol used globally for integrating Web-based applications and in conjunction with the AJAX programming language, been credited with the adoption of Web 2.0 design principles (O'Reilly, 2006). These in turn have created a groundswell of interest in social networking applications and the rapid global adoption of social networks including Facebook, Friendfeed, LinkedIn, Twitter, MySpace and others (Bernoff, Li, 2008). This dynamic of Web 2.0-based application growth most visible in social networks is being fueled by the combination of increasing AJAX programming framework stability and extensibility (Robertson, Saxton, Van Gucht, Vansummeren, 2009) and optimization of XML and XSLT style sheets for rapid development and customization (Groppe, Groppe, Bottcher, Wycisk, Gruenwald, 2009). Inherent in collaborative, workflow-based applications is also the need for managing structural recursion of data sets and the ability to navigate open source libraries, ontologies and databases as well (Robertson, Saxton, Van Gucht, Vansummeren, 2009). In short, XML has enabled the developed of enterprise-wide collaborative, workflow-based applications that need to replicate the use of SQL-derived data to fully model order capture systems online. Extrapolating the results of this study also has implications for how e-commerce systems' performance will be impacted by the performance of AJAX-based applications on XML networks."

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, (April 1): 36-42.
  • Bachle, M., and P. Kirchberg. 2007. Ruby on Rails. IEEE Software 24, no. 6, (November 1): 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, (April 1): 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, (March 1): 331-391.
  • Niemi, T., T. Nappila, and K. Jarvelin. 2009. A relational data harmonization approach to XML. Journal of Information Science 35, no. 5, (October 1): 571.

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