XML query engines

Jani Jaakkola jjaakkol at cs.Helsinki.FI
Mon Feb 1 06:04:25 GMT 1999

On Sun, 31 Jan 1999, Tim Bray wrote:

> This structure has all sorts of advantages; that's how the 
> Open Text SGML-savvy search engine of yore used to run.  Fast as
> hell, equal access to any & all elements without performance
> penalty.

That is also how sgrep works (the two integers are actually indexes
in to the SGML/XML-files, but the idea is the same).
> But hard to update. 

That too.

- Jani

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