GJXDM Performance Test Report
"...As the GJXDM became ready for release in production, many developers and administrators realized that very little information was available regarding the real-world performance of properly defined subset schemas. The Office of Justice Programs (OJP) in the U.S. Department of Justice concluded that performance testing of the GJXDM was a high priority. The testing would define the relative impact of using the GJXDM as a basis for creating XML schemas representing documents exchanged.
To carry out the testing program, OJP awarded a grant to the IJIS Institute to conduct performance testing of the initial production release to provide industry and government developers and administrators with insights into the impact of using this important new tool. The IJIS Institute created a partnership with The George Washington University (GWU) to conduct the performance testing under the leadership of a project committee. The committee consisted of developers from IJIS Institute member companies and other organizations having specific interest in the test results (Georgia Tech Research Institute, the engineering arm that designed the GJXDM; the Global XML Structure Task Force, the practitioner group guiding the development process; and OJP)."
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