In .Net implementation, the XmlSerializer generates a temporary assembly for serializing/deserializing your classes (for performance reasons). It can either be generated on the fly (but it takes time every execution), or it can be pregenerated during compilation and saved in this assembly you are asking about. You can change this behaviour in project options.
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