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I'm a bit confused by your post. SXML is just yet another representation
of XML infoset. I think you can't derive new properties of the infoset
by switching from angle brackets to s-expressions.
On Mon, 22 May 2006 06:12:21 -0700 (PDT)
> Now take the SEXPR (root 5)
> Using above mapping, this would be translated to XML
Note that this would not be transated to XML at all. The correct sexp is
> This was the way taken by the w3c in the original HTML math draft.
> However, the current MathML 2.0 specification uses (again ignoring
> tokenization by brevity)
> MathML authors claim several advantages using this last content model.
> Then the (more or less exoteric) question is, would the SXML
> (em "important")
> be encoded as
> rather than traditional
should be encoded as
it should be encoded in SXML as
(apply (root) "5").
> That is, are there advantages on copying the MathML 2.0 content model
> for example in some future XHTML version?
I'm bad in philosophy, skipping the question.
> Juan R.
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