Mark D. Anderson
mda at discerning.com
Tue Dec 22 01:28:39 GMT 1998
Pavel Velikhov <pvelikho at cs.ucsd.edu> wrote:
>Here is a great paper on edit distance between trees (includes rather fancy edit commands, the result in an NP-complete problem
>you can choose any subset that seems useful and efficient):
>S. Chawathe, H. Garcia-Molina "Meaningful Change Detection in Structured Data", SIGMOD 1997,
Just what i was looking for, thanks.
Takes me back to the good old days, when i didn't just do engineering.
Regarding various people's references to ibm's xml diff -- unfortunately
they don't seem to give out code.
I can't believe someone would think there is a proprietary interest
in something like that, but there it is.
Maybe I should take out a patent on "An efficient difference algorithm
for structured textual markup". I bet I could get it through the PTO.
(If IBM didn't beat me to it, that is....)
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