> or, at least, keep asymmetric nature of their programs.
And I think they're just lazy to learn something new, and just keep themselves busy
with already known things, which is always possible because perfection is unreachable.
> encoding, but at the cost of 4X-5X slower decompression...
Would you bet that nobody is able to add a stronger model to your compressor,
while keeping the same (or better) speed?
> I consider current coding scheme as an advanced one...
It is only advanced comparing to LZH, but not much so considering even already known techniques. And anyway I'd advice to concentrate on speed optimizations, if you want to keep it LZ. There're usually a lot of algorithmic optimizations applicable in arithmetic coding, like removing multiplications by using logarithmic counters (though that might be patented).
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