Groves (was re: bunch of other stuff...)
Mike Champion wrote: > I've been trying to figure out Groves since about 1996; maybe someday > there will be a concrete embodiment > that finally penetrates my poor neurons :-) The XML Information Set REC, <URL: http://www.w3.org/TR/xml-infoset/>, is the moral equivalent of a grove plan. The PSVI defined in the W3C XML Schema REC is also the equivalent of a grove plan. A concrete infoset -- say a stream of SAX events or a DOMDocument -- is the moral equivalent of a grove. The grove abstraction itself is a run-of-the-mill tree-like abstract data structure; basically you've got nodes and properties, some of which may be other nodes, and there's a distinguished root. The grove model is a more rigid and formalized than the model used in the W3C RECs, but it's essentially the same kind of thing. --Joe English jenglish@f...
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