These slides have not been updated since 2003. They have been superseded by the book
Anders Møller and Michael Schwartzbach, February 2006
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An XML tree is not viewed as a data structure, but as a stream of events generated by the parser.
The kinds of events are:
An XML tree can be built in response, but it is not required to construct a data structure.
This is sometimes much more efficient:
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