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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@s...>
To: "'Anne Thomas Manes'" <atmanes@g...>
Cc: "'Mukul Gandhi'" <mukul_gandhi@y...>; <xml-dev@l...>
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 4:40 AM
Subject: RE:  Can we treat XML elements and attributes as sets

>> If you go with the reasoning that elements with no namespace are
>> elements in the namespace with no name, then the following two
>> elements would be the same kind of element, when obviously they are
>> not:
>> <a>pi</a>
>> <a>
>>   <b>3.14156</b>
>> </a>
> I don't follow your reasoning. What about:
> <a xmlns="urn:one">pi</a>
> <a xmlns="urn:one">
>  <b>3.14156</b>
> </a>
> Are these the same "kind of element"?
> I don't recognise the concept "kind of element". In your example the two
> elements have the same name, just as in my example. They also (as far as 
> one
> can tell) have different schema types, just as in my example. The only
> difference is that there's a social convention whereby a named namespace 
> has
> someone responsible for defining the meaning of names within the 
> namespace,
> whereas the unnamed namespace is a free-for-all. But both are sets of 
> names,
> and the social conventions play no part in the architecture.
> Michael Kay
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