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Re: Fast text output from SAX?

xbis for vc
Bob Wyman wrote:

>Dennis Sosnoski wrote:
>>I'm curious what benchmarks were presented at the 
>>Binary workshop in support of this point.
>	Read the OSS Nokalva submission.[1] The section that talks
>about encodings of the Infoset is most relevant to an XBis comparison.
>Note: The XML documents used to do the tests were the ones that *you*
>	I am told that the OSS Nokalva system has evolved since the
>workshop. Supposedly, we can now expect them to deliver better
>compression and better speed. However, I've never seen this
>		bob wyman
>[2] Sosnoski's XML Test Documents page:
Thanks for the pointer, I don't think I'd gone through their paper 
before. It'll be interesting to see how close their ASN.1 Infoset 
approach can get to XBIS performance (at least in terms of the ratio to 
text parse/generate speed; since XBIS is only Java at present and theirs 
appears to be only C++ a direct comparison is difficult).

- Dennis

Dennis M. Sosnoski
Enterprise Java, XML, and Web Services
Training and Consulting
Redmond, WA  425.885.7197


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