# Changeset 1030

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Timestamp:
Mar 25, 2011, 7:19:23 PM (8 years ago)
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Remove data vs document oriented redefinition.

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 r1028 \subsection{Workloads}\label{workloads} Distinguishing between document-oriented'' XML and data-oriented'' XML is a popular way to describe the two basic classes of XML documents.  Data-oriented XML is used as an interchange format. Document-oriented XML is used to impose structure on information that rarely fits neatly into a relational database--particularly information intended for publishing.  Data-oriented XML are characterized by a higher markup density.  Markup density is defined Documented-oriented and data-oriented XML are characterized by lower and higher markup density respectively.  Markup density is defined as the ratio of the total markup contained within an XML file to the total XML document size.  This metric may have substantial influence