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   RE: [xml-dev] XML Performance Improvements through Interdisciplinary Fac

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Don told me there is a Microsoft policy to fire anyone using
company time for non-related company activities, so
I can assume we will see these improvements in the
system.xml libs, RSN.  Yes?

From: Andrew Layman [mailto:andrewl@microsoft.com]

Several recent proposals have noted possibilities for improvement in XML.  Notable among these are “XML Binary Characterization” (http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/NOTE-xbc-characterization-20050331/) and “REST, SOAP, Speech Acts and the mustUnderstand model of SOA communications” (http://lists.xml.org/archives/xml-dev/200504/msg00000.html).


Overlooked in this technical discussion is a paper that Don Box and I posted late last Friday, “XML Performance Improvements through Interdisciplinary Factor Assessment and Application”.  We commend it to your attention. We are very proud of this research; it is an innovative approach to XML performance. We would, of course, like to express proper appreciation for the research directions and approaches implied by many contributors to XML-Dev over the years, without whom we could not have taken this kind of research to its present level. It is also timely – or, more exactly, slightly past timely – in that proper consideration of this would have been most appropriate on the day it was published.




So far, it has received a cautiously measured reaction:  




Best wishes,


Andrew and Don

Redmond, Washington



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