# Changeset 996

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Mar 25, 2011, 7:41:26 AM (8 years ago)
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Deduplicate label; minor fixes

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 r978 \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. 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. 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 on the performance of XML parsing. As such we choose workloads with distinguishable markup densities. As such we choose workloads with a spectrum of markup densities. Table \ref{XMLDocChars} shows the document characteristics of the XML input files selected for this performance study. \end{center} \caption{Core 2} \label{core2} \label{core2info} \end{table} \subsubsection{Intel Core i3} The Intel Core i3 is a Nehalem based processor produced by Intel. The intent of this processor is to serve as a low end server processor. Table \ref{i3} gives the hardware description of the Intel Core i3 based machine selected. low end server processor. Table \ref{i3info} gives the hardware description of the Intel Core i3 based machine selected. \begin{table}[h] \end{center} \caption{Core i3} \label{i3} \label{i3info} \end{table} \end{center} \caption{Sandy Bridge} \label{i3} \label{sandybridgeinfo} \end{table}