[FoRK] binary XML
Gavin Thomas Nicol
gtn at rbii.com
Fri Jan 21 21:55:11 PST 2005
On Jan 22, 2005, at 12:12 AM, Reza B'Far (Voice Genesis) wrote:
> This all assumes you have pretty intelligent design engineers (not just
> people who know how to count bytes, but have the ability to understand
> statistics and things like Huffman encoding). Obviously, there are
> advanced domain-based compression techniques that could take in text
> produce text. And, if they are simple enough, you can use an XSL to
> them during testing, development, etc.
> So, this is hacky, but it is a way to buy a little performance.
FWIW. This is similar to the approach that I call "edge
you emphasise the ability for the consumer to interpret the data
than standardising the data stream. It gives you more flexibility, and
your case, allows true application-based optimisation.
I assume you are preloading the huffman dictionaries with the most
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