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Yes my message was rather obscure! Let me try again
Oleg A. Paraschenko said:
> Hello Juan,
> 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.
Yes, i understood mapping between xml and sxml.
> On Mon, 22 May 2006 06:12:21 -0700 (PDT)
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>> 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
> (root "5")
(root 5) in the case of content MathML.
E.g. Common LISP (plus 2 3) ---> <apply><plus/><cn>2</cn><cn>3</cn></apply>
>> 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
> No. SXML
> (em "important")
> should be encoded as
> As for
> it should be encoded in SXML as
> (apply (root) "5").
Yes, I know if you follow SXML XML maping i defined at beggining of my
message. But i was asking for a new mapping SEXRP ---> XML inspirated in
Content MathML model.
Now take the SEXPR (minus 3) from pure lisp.
A priori one could wait a matching like <minus><cn>3</cn></minus> *if* one
applies the SXML-XML mapping but Content MathML defines a *new* mapping
because claimed advantages. My real point is if we would are providing
rather than traditional
>> 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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