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From: "Cavnar-Johnson, John" <JCavnar-Johnson@sark.com>
> As fascinating as this is, what does it have to do with subsetting XML?
Because "subsetting" is a codeword for "jump on your bandwagon and
rabbit on futilely until it is time for tea." It is like a slow motion ping-pong ball
on a billiard table full of mousetraps.
The only new information on this utterly worn ground was those benchmarks:
the trends and variations were interesting, in particular that building a
DOM seems to be at a minimum as expensive as parsing (esp in Java).
And it looked like sometimes DOM building was much more expensive than
parsing. And quite a variation in the performance of different