|table compression firstname.lastname@example.org (Ralph Boland) (2001-11-04)|
|Re: table compression Olivier.Ridoux@irisa.fr (Olivier Ridoux) (2001-11-08)|
|Re: table compression email@example.com (2001-11-08)|
|Re: table compression heng@Ag.arizona.edu (Heng Yuan) (2001-11-08)|
|Re: table compression firstname.lastname@example.org (Dennis Mickunas) (2001-11-08)|
|Table compression email@example.com (Leonardo Teixeira Passos) (2005-09-27)|
|Re: Table compression firstname.lastname@example.org (2005-09-30)|
|Re: Table compression email@example.com (2005-09-30)|
|Re: Table compression firstname.lastname@example.org (Cleo Saulnier) (2005-09-30)|
|Re: Table compression Peter_Flass@Yahoo.com (Peter Flass) (2005-10-02)|
|Re: Table compression email@example.com (Paul Mann) (2005-10-02)|
|Re: Table compression cfc@shell01.TheWorld.com (Chris F Clark) (2005-10-03)|
|[1 later articles]|
|From:||"Leonardo Teixeira Passos" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||27 Sep 2005 09:46:23 -0400|
I'm looking foward to developing a study on table compression techniques.
When browsing the Web, I haven't found any recent articles (at least from
the last decade).
Does anyone have a clue as where as to begin?
[Since computer memories have gotten so big, does anyone care about
table compression any more? When your whole compiler had to fit into
64K, compressing a few K out of the table was a big deal. But now, a
typical Windows program has a megabyte of unused libraries that aren't
work stripping out, so why waste time with the tables? Well, unless
you're squeezing it into an embedded chip, but even they have a lot
more memory than they used to. -John]
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