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    1313bitstreams and then exploits SIMD operations prevalent on modern CPUs.
    1414The first generation parser that we developed, Parabix1, uses the
    15 bitscan and bitlevel sequencing SIMD operations to emulate much of the
     15bitscan and bit level sequencing SIMD operations to emulate much of the
    1616parsers functions. Unfortunately operations like bitscan are
    17 inherently sequential nature and Parabix1's speedup is limited. We
     17inherently sequential in nature and Parabix1's speedup is limited. We
    1818present a second generation parser, Parabix2, that fully parallelizes
    19 the parsing operations using using parallel bitlevel logic provided in
     19the parsing operations using using parallel bit level logic provided in
    2020modern SIMD extensions like SSE2.  We evaluate Parabix1 and Parabix2
    2121against two widely-used XML parsers, James Clark's Expat and Apache's Xerces
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