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At 10:09 AM 2/4/2003 -0500, Rich Salz wrote:
>How much of the problem "XML needs to be compressed" is solved by just
>using GZIP transfer encoding over HTTP?
There are better ways to compress XML than GZip - for instance, XMill
claims to offer twice as much compression at approximately the same speed.
You can read about XMill here:
You can download it here:
Here's a paper on compact representations of XML that can be used for querying:
Here's a paper on compact in-memory representation of XML data:
And for you document management folks, here's a paper on change-centric
management of versions:
Warning: I have just browsed these papers, but they seem relevant and