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Re: deterministic content model
- From: Murali Mani <mani@CS.UCLA.EDU>
- To: Kohsuke KAWAGUCHI <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2001 13:02:36 -0700 (PDT)
I think there is a *very* obvious solution for keys if you have
unambiguous grammars. But there very well could be a *very* clean solution
for keys even if we allow ambiguous grammars.
This I think is very important to study -- I think we cannot get much
further in defining operations for document processing if we base the
operations on XML Schema.
<warning>speaking for himself only</warning>
cheers - murali.
On Tue, 17 Apr 2001, Kohsuke KAWAGUCHI wrote:
> > I think what we need for handling key constraints easily is non-ambiguous
> > regular tree grammars,
> Agreed in the sense that key/keyref constraint is enforceable only under
> non-ambiguous grammars.
> > I think we should get around this a little bit -- there could be multiple
> > solutions -- first check whether we can ensure that when we have to
> > specify key constraints (I think results of document processing do not
> > need to specify key constraints), therefore I tentatively believe that we
> > need key constraints only for the initial data modeling part, then there
> Ummm. I can't get this...
> Are you saying that deterministic grammar makes enforcement of
> key/keyref constraint easy because it is guaranteed to be unambiguous?
> Or is there something more?
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