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? ----- This list is sponsored by AGIRI: http://www.agiri.org/email To unsubscribe or change your options, please go to: http://v2.listbox.com/member/?member_id=8660244&id_secret=49584843-ddafa8