From: Matthias Troyer (troyer_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-04-29 02:32:34
Hi Chris and other Boosters,
We have started using BGL in our simulation codes and are now converting
XML for I/O of simulation parameters (e.g. the graph structure).
As we do not know of a standard XML Schema for graphs we have designed
our own simple schema for now (see http://xml.comp-phys.org/) and
have written some simple functions to write a BGL graph using this
schema and to read one. I am at the moment finishing the documentation
on these ands related functions to create a BGL graph from
a lattice description. I hope to have the documentation finished by
It will then be at http://www.comp-phys.org/ . I will post another
message when this is done.
On Monday, April 29, 2002, at 05:33 AM, Chris Russell wrote:
> Hi Brian,
> My work with XML brought me recently to Boost via the graph library.
> Depending on what you're doing, this might be immediately useful to you.
> ... interesting posts coming in on this...
> I came across XGMML http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~puninj/XGMML/ previously and
> been thinking about how best to serialize data stored in a BGL graph
> container to XML. Is there a standard XML schema for graphs defined? To
> reconstruct the graph, I'm guessing some customization on top of SAX? I
> think it would be very useful to have XML persistence for graphs.
> <hello to fellow Mainer Mike Crawford previously in on the thread with
> interesting comments>
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