XML SIG: Digital Pattern Processing to Store & Retrive XML Data
by Linda Grimaldi
Linda Grimaldi, Project Lead for NeoCore's XML Server Project, NeoCore
$10 for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
Digital Pattern Processing (DPP) is a term coined to describe a new approach to searching and indexing large amounts of data of any type. This presentation will include a discussion of what DPP is, what specific aspects of the XML problem space it can help address, and how it and other numerical techniques are applied within NeoCore's NeoXML Server to support extremely high speed retrireview of XML data at all levels of granularity Linda Grimaldi has spent most of her career designing, developing and testing software for the telecommunications industry.
She received her Bachelor's degree from Swarthmore College and her MS in Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology. Somewhere along the way, she also acquired an MA in Ancient History from the University of Toronto. She worked for AT&T Bell Laboratories for ten years, and for MCI/MCI WorldCom for four.
Recently, Ms Grimaldi joined NeoCore, LLC, a start-up in Colorado Springs, CO, that is applying its patented technology to the XML space. Ms Grimaldi is currently the project lead for NeoCore's XML server project. Her areas of interest include call processing techniques, directory services, and better living through metadata.