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    Evolving XSLT Stylesheets

    I have uploaded this paper, Evolving XSLT stylesheets, to ArXiV, the preprints repository. Here's the abstract:
    This paper introduces a procedure based on genetic programming to evolve XSLT programs (usually called stylesheets or logicsheets). XSLT is a general purpose, document-oriented functional language, generally used to transform XML documents (or, in general, solve any problem that can be coded as an XML document). The proposed solution uses a tree representation for the stylesheets as well as diverse specific operators in order to obtain, in the studied cases and a reasonable time, a XSLT stylesheet that performs the transformation. Several types of representation have been compared, resulting in different performance and degree of success.

    The general idea is to evolve XSLT stylesheets (that is, XML-to-XML transformation scripts), using only the current and desired XML document. We submitted it to a conference, but it was a bit raw and it flunked, so we're using it as a basis for a better paper, which we'll try to submit to another conference. Meanwhile, the paper is available for all to see, and the code also under request.

    2007-12-18 12:04 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in Research

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