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RE: [xml-dev] XML Design Guidelines for Facilitating the Creation and Processing of Compound Documents

A schema is as complex or compound as the coupled curve of specificity of
use over universality of expression for the time-stamped instance in real
time design.  

In the Wayback Machine, I'd go for more systems that use table design.  It's
what is most useful to screen design.  Take away the graphics arts, and RAD
generated tables work.  Keep in mind, Roger, it is not just about the most
efficient schema, it is the most efficient schema over the most frequently
used documents that determines the most useful clusters of rules in
time-bound screens.

Reduce the compounds wherever possible.  Local pages with local schemas are
not evil.  And pages are cheap.  Tables are expensive.


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