From: Michael Dyck <MichaelDyck@shaw.ca>

Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 00:33:13 -0800

To: Frieda Shachar <fridas@cs.huji.ac.il>

Cc: www-ql@w3c.org

Message-id: <3BE108C9.A218862F@shaw.ca>

Date: Thu, 01 Nov 2001 00:33:13 -0800

To: Frieda Shachar <fridas@cs.huji.ac.il>

Cc: www-ql@w3c.org

Message-id: <3BE108C9.A218862F@shaw.ca>

Frieda Shachar wrote: > > Do you know if there's a way to compute in XQuery for > a given path expression all it maximal matching values > (meaning: for a given matc of a path is maximal if there is no > other match for a broader pattern of that path) > I'll be thankfull if you can refer me to one or few examples > which ilustrate what I've quesioned. Uh, it would help if *you* could provide an example of what you mean. (I'm particularly puzzled about the phrase "a broader pattern of that path".) Here's a possible interpretation: For a given path expression E, the _maximal_set_ of E (with respect to some evaluation context) is the set of nodes N such that: N is in the nodeset selected by E (w.r.t. that context), and no ancestor of N is in that nodeset. And yes, you can compute this in XQuery. For example: DEFINE FUNCTION maximal( nodeset $s ) RETURNS nodeset { FOR $n IN $s WHERE empty( $n/ancestor::* INTERSECT $s ) RETURN $n } -Michael DyckReceived on Thursday, 1 November 2001 04:50:59 UTC

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