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Re: Lindasphere, XML spaces, RELAX NG ??? (was Re: A

Re:  Lindasphere
Mike Champion scripsit:

> Could you elaborate your thoughts please John, perhaps with some pointers
> to resources on the web explaining the Lindasphere?

I made up that term: it's officially the "tuple space".  Linda is a method
of doing parallel/distributed processing with minimal coupling.  Linda
applications write tuples (records) into the tuple space, and then
they remain there until removed by other Linda applications, which have
the choice of accepting or peeking based on pattern matching.

A natural generalization of Linda would go from tuples to full trees, and
from simple pattern matching (based on some tuple elements having specific
values) to recognition based on validation against a schema.

>  Pointers to real
> projects using RELAX NG in this way would also be appreciated.

It would be pretty surprising if I had any, since I made up the notion
about five seconds before writing the paragraph that mentions it!
Which is not to deny that someone else could have made it up first.

John Cowan                                   jcowan@r...
        "You need a change: try Canada"  "You need a change: try China"
                --fortune cookies opened by a couple that I know


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