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Re: Re: XML Performance in a Transacation

Re:  Re: XML Performance in a Transacation
Just the sort of unexpected approach Rick's proposed contest is intended 
to smoke out! Your reference has convinced me Rick is onto something.


Jaakko Kangasharju wrote:
> Rick Jelliffe <rjelliffe@a...> writes:
>>Last year I think there were reports of good speed ups in parsing in
>>Java jsut from re-using SAX objects. (I think the research was
>>academic from Eastern Europe, sorry no references.)
> Do you mean the paper "An Adaptive, Fast and Safe XML Parser Based on
> Byte Sequences Memorization" (http://www2005.org/cdrom/docs/p692.pdf)
> by Toshiro Takase and others that was at the WWW conference last year?
> Their parser caches the SAX events generated from a sequence of bytes
> and then replays those events when encountering the same bytes (of
> course taking into account context like prefix mappings).  They report
> speedups of up to 70% compared to Piccolo.


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