On 10/4/07, Matt Mahoney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> And text is the only data type with this property.  Images, audio, executable
> code, and seismic data can all be compressed with very little memory.

How sure are we of that? Of course all those things _can_ be
compressed with very little memory - so can text. In the case of text,
there are more memory-intensive algorithms that do a better job. Maybe
there are such algorithms for the other data types, that we just
haven't found yet?

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