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Aug 24, 2011, 8:36:57 PM (8 years ago)
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cameron
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Section 3 and other fixes

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    8282between data and metadata states. Each state transition indicates the context in which to interpret the
    8383subsequent characters. Unfortunately, textual data tends to consist of variable-length items sequenced in
    84 generally unpredictable patterns \cite{Cameron2010}; thus any character could be a state transition until
     84generally unpredictable patterns; thus any character could be a state transition until
    8585deemed otherwise.
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    9090Apache XML project \cite{xerces},
    9191uses a series of nested switch statements and state-dependent flag tests to control the parsing logic of the program.
    92 Our analysis, which we detail in {\bf SECTION XXX}, found that Xerces-C requires between 6 - 13 branches per byte
     92Our analysis, which we detail in Section \ref{section:XML-branches}, found that Xerces-C requires between 6 - 13 branches per byte
    9393of XML to support this form of control structure (depending on the ratio of markup vs. content).
    9494Cache utilization is also significantly reduced due to the manner in which markup and content must be scanned and buffered
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