Efficient XML Interchange Working Group
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Efficient XML Interchange Working Group (EXI WG) is a World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) group established in 2006. The EXI WG conducted a survey of the various situations and applications in which data exchange using XML were desired, and studied a best solution in which XML-based data exchange could be made sufficiently efficient and reasonable under any conditions.
The effort of the group is now available as the W3C Recommendation, Efficient XML Interchange Format 1.0.
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