The XMLutils provide advanced treatments for XML documents. For instance, they compute weights and signatures for subtress and you can easily print and format XML documents.
The XMLutils were developed as a module for the BiVeS library, which is able to detect differences between two versions of a computational model and to communicate these changes. Thus, the XMLutils implement special techniques necessary to compare XML documents.
The Algorithm implemented in BiVeS was published as
Martin Scharm, Olaf Wolkenhauer, Dagmar Waltemath: An algorithm to detect and communicate the differences in computational models describing biological systems. Bioinformatics 32 (4): 563-570;
More documentation on the XMLutils can be found and the GitHub pages of the SEMS project.
BiVeS itself consists of a number of modules:
- xmlutils is a library for advanced XML handling
- jCOMODI provides programmatic access to the COMODI ontology
- BiVeS-Core is the core library for comparison of computational models
- BiVeS-SBML is a module providing special strategies for models encoded in SBML
- BiVeS-CellML is a module providing special strategies for models encoded in CellML
- BiVeS ties all modules together and provides command line access
- BiVeS-WebApp is a web interface to access BiVeS through the network
- BiVeS-WebApp-Client provides a Java library for comparing models using the BiVeS-WebApp
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The code is licensed under an Apache 2.0 license:
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