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Oct 19, 2012, 8:20:30 PM (7 years ago)
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  • docs/Working/icXML/background-parabix.tex

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    77of input data by using one register bit per single input byte.
    88To facilitate this, the input data is first transposed into a set of basis bit streams.
    9 In Figure~\ref{fig:BitStreamsExample}, we show how the ASCII string ``{\ttfamily b7\verb|<|A}''
     9In Figure~\ref{fig:BitStreamsExample}, the ASCII string ``{\ttfamily b7\verb|<|A}''
    1010is represented as 8 basis bit streams, $\tt b_{0 \ldots 7}$.
    1111% The bits used to construct $\tt b_7$ have been highlighted in this example.
     
    1515For example, one of the fundemental characters in XML is a left-angle bracket.
    1616A character is an `\verb`<`' if and only if $\lnot(b_0 \lor b_1) \land (b_2 \land
    17 b_3 \land b_4 \land b_5) \land \lnot (b_6 \lor b_7) = 1$.
     17b_3) \land (b_4 \land b_5) \land \lnot (b_6 \lor b_7) = 1$.
    1818Similarly, a character is numeric
    1919{\tt [0-9]} if and only if $\lnot(b_0 \lor b_1) \land (b_2 \land b_3) \land \lnot(b_4 \land (b_5 \lor b_6))$.
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