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Re: sanity check

From: James Fuller <jim@webcomposite.com>
Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2012 16:41:45 +0200
Message-ID: <CAEaz5muhyM89StZqncNq-hM0m9Ou3bsc2j0Xg7SL+PqWbcVr4A@mail.gmail.com>
To: Uche Ogbuji <uche@ogbuji.net>
Cc: public-microxml@w3.org
On Tue, Oct 2, 2012 at 4:02 PM, Uche Ogbuji <uche@ogbuji.net> wrote:
> I agree that that are other uses, but all the same I think people who need
> c14n will find it without much problem.  I'm curious about your
> experimentation with Genetic Algorithms.  I worked a fair bit with GA & GP
> in the 90s.  You actually have me wondering about application of a MicroXSLT
> to GP.  Anyway do you happen to have a paper on your work?

http://www.slideshare.net/jimfuller2009/hadoop-and-marklogic-using-the-genetic-algorithm-to-generate-source-code

I will be releasing code on github that 'does' this soon

> I just re-read it carefully, and I don't really find anything we should cut.
> Not surprising as almost everything there was added with very careful
> deliberation.  Of course I'm pretty close to things so maybe my perceptions
> are skewed, but in my Chrome print preview the entire spec is 7 1/2 pages
> and the intro is just a bit over half a page.  I think in absolute terms,
> that's not too long for an intro.  Yes it's a large proportion of the spec
> compared to some other spec, but generally because those other specs are so
> verbose in the rest of their matter.

ok, I reread as well and agree, but maybe we could reorder things 
perhaps I am getting overly distracted with the introduction.

J
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