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Re: Parsing efficiency? - why not 'compile'????

Re:  Parsing efficiency? - why not 'compile'????
At 11:02 AM +0100 2/27/03, Robin Berjon wrote:

>I'm all for finding a sweet spot but pulling random numbers out of a 
>hat and making broad assumptions about size vs computation won't 
>contribute much in getting there. I am talking about empirically 
>proven, tested, retested, put to work in a wide variety of 
>situations, factors of 10, 20 or 50 (or more, but testing on SOAP is 
>cheating ;).

Is there any actual publication with verifiable, reproducible data? I 
don't need fancy peer-reviewed journals or anything, just a web page 
that outlines the test methodology and provides the code used and the 
test cases.

So far, it all sounds like numbers out of a hat to me.

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