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Re: Re: Divorcing Data Model and Syntax: was Re: [xml-d ev]her


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[Jeff Lowery]

> The LMNL's overlapping hierarchies for some crazy reason bring to mind how
> complex waveforms are constructed from overlapping simple sinusoidal
waves.
>
> Is LMNL a superimposition of trees?   Is it possible to represent trees in
a
> way that allows them to be superimposed into an LMNL?
>
> 1. <a>    </a>
> 2.        <b           z="...">             </b>
> 3.                                        <c/>
>  |
> \/
>
> 4.  <a><b></a> z="...><c/></b>       {albeit in appropriate LMNL notation,
> of course!}
>
>
> A nutty idea, perhaps.  But from little nuts, tiny acorns grow.   Er, no,
> wait.... how's that go again?

A better starting point would be Dirac's "braket" notation, since it is so
close to familiar markup already:

<text|A|text>

Cheers,

Tom P



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