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Monotonically increasing is a maths term that roughly means that "the next one is greater than this one". It doesn't have to be by the same amount each time. So in the context of GeoWebCache configuration, the code expects that the expiration rules increase in zoom level. You've pretty much got it in your second example: <expireCacheList> ...
Because you don't have that many different mxds, you could open each one and save the georeferenced image as a .lyr file (right-click the layer in the table of contents, then Save As Layer File...). Put them all in the same folder, then open a blank mxd and it'll be easy to add all of the new .lyr files. You could also look into creating a Raster Catalog.
Should I include tiles outside of the bounding box even though they will not be used? You could use a grayscale basemap outside of the area of interest, to reinforce visually that your application only contains data within a specified area, while still allowing people to navigate anywhere.
An option you could take is with Adobe Illustrator + MAPublisher. MAPublisher is an extension to Adobe Illustrator that geographically enables your content. 1) You could open your SVG in Adobe Illustrator + MAPublisher and make any needed rectification 2) Utilize MAPublisher's "Export Document To Web Tiles" function to tile your SVG out of Illustrator. If ...
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