Changeset 1375


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Aug 25, 2011, 10:31:41 AM (8 years ago)
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cameron
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Intro to Methodology

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    44\paragraph{XML Parsers}\label{parsers}
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    6 In our evaluation we evaluate Parabix against two widely available
    7 software parsers.  Xerces-C++, and Expat XML parsers. Parabix is our
    8 open-sourced XML parser that leverages Parallel Bit Stream technology
    9 and the SIMD capabilities of modern commodity processors.  Xerces-C++
     6We evaluate the Parabix XML parser described above
     7against two widely available open-source
     8parsers,  Xerces-C++, and Expat.
     9Each of the parsers is evaluated on the task of implementing the
     10parsing and well-formedness checking requirements of the full
     11XML 1.0 specification\cite{TR:XML}.    Xerces-C++
    1012version 3.1.1 (SAX) \cite{xerces} is a validating open source XML
    1113parser written in C++ available as part of the the Apache project.
     14However, we use the WFXML scanner of Xerces to avoid the costs
     15of validation and also use the SAX interface to avoid the
     16costs of DOM tree construction.
    1217Expat version 2.0.1 \cite{expat} is a non-validating XML parser
    1318library written in C.
     
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    8388\begin{table*}[h]
     89\begin{center}
    8490\footnotesize
    8591\begin{tabular}{|l||l|l|l|}
     
    95101\caption{Platform Hardware Specs}
    96102\label{hwinfo}
     103\end{center}
    97104\end{table*}
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