Commit ae505443 authored by Sylvain Schmitz's avatar Sylvain Schmitz

updated list of benchmarks

parent 37958e61
The benchmarks in this folder consist of collections of XPath queries
extracted automatically from XSLT and XQuery files using XPParser
(http://git.lsv.fr/schmitz/xpparser).
The sources used for constructing the benchmark were from the
following open-source projects:
- DocBook XSL (http://docbook.sourceforge.net/)
- TEI XSL (https://github.com/TEIC/Stylesheets)
- HTML Book (https://github.com/oreillymedia/HTMLBook)
- XQuery parser (https://github.com/jpcs/xqueryparser.xq)
- eXist-db (https://github.com/eXist-db)
- HisTEI (https://github.com/odaata/HisTEI)
- transform.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/transform.xq)
- ml-enrich (https://github.com/freshie/ml-enrich)
- xquerydoc (https://github.com/xquery/xquerydoc)
- openinfoman (https://github.com/openhie/openinfoman)
- Oxford Dict API (https://github.com/AdamSteffanick/od-api-xquery)
- MarkLogic Commons (https://github.com/marklogic/commons)
- datascience (https://github.com/adamfowleruk/datascience)
- Link Management BaseX (https://github.com/dita-for-small-teams/dfst-linkmgmt-basex/)
- Semantic Web (https://github.com/HeardLibrary/semantic-web/)
- eXist annotation store (https://github.com/telic/exist-annotation-store/)
- xqtest (https://github.com/irinc/xqtest/)
- data.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/data.xq/)
- graphxq (https://github.com/apb2006/graphxq/)
- ml-invoker (https://github.com/fgeorges/ml-invoker/)
- treedown (https://github.com/biblicalhumanities/treedown/)
- XQJSON (https://github.com/joewiz/xqjson/)
- fots BaseX (https://github.com/LeoWoerteler/fots-basex/)
- GPXQuery (https://github.com/dret/GPXQuery/)
- rbtree.qx (https://github.com/jpcs/rbtree.xq/)
- xquery-libs (https://github.com/adamretter/xquery-libs/)
- Guid-O-Matic (https://github.com/baskaufs/guid-o-matic/)
- functional.xq (https://github.com/jpcs/functional.xq/)
See the licensing terms for each source in the SOURCE.LICENSE files.
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