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  1. I search a free virtual server for XP

    I search a free program for XP that makes the following possible: if I use an internet application on my PC to ask for http://www.abcde.com/cat.htm then I get d:\abcde\cat.htm

    The solution has to...
  2. Re: How to build a Wikipedia category graph without downloading everything

    wiki.dbpedia.org/Downloads
    -> Articles Categories = 115 MB -> 1.7 GB = 12.000.000 records.
    -> Categories (Labels) = 7 MB -> 89 MB = 632.600 records.
    -> Categories (SKOS) = 18 MB -> 408 MB =...
  3. Re: How to build a Wikipedia category graph without downloading everything

    No, that didn't work.

    The first thing that I tried was to download enwiki-20100130-categorylinks.sql.gz
    Then I saw that it couldn't be expanded because the file was 'corrupt'.
    I calculated a...
  4. Re: How to build a Wikipedia category graph without downloading everything

    I saw that already.
    It doesn't give the entire graph.
    But I searched for "largest connected component Wikipedia" and I found a 36 MB download.
    I hope this one will be OK.
  5. How to build a Wikipedia category graph without downloading everything

    I would like to make a list of Wikipedia categories, and for every category the list of subcategories and page titles, like:

    ("Food" ("Fruit" "Grain" "Meat" "Vegetable"))
    ("Fruit" ("Apple"...
  6. Re: Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    Something like this existed already. It's described here:

    http://www-igm.univ-mlv.fr/~lecroq/articles/cl2008.pdf
  7. Re: Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    The shift[0][c] have to be initialized like the rest of the table. Otherwise the program can run in an infinite loop.


    void Preprocess(const UInt8* const x,
    const UInt8 m,
    ...
  8. Re: Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    When searching gcagagag in the Bible it was 5.5% faster than Boyer-Moore.
    Is it right?
    Is it new?
    I didn't find it in the book of Professor Lecrocq....
  9. Re: Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    StringSearch.cp

    #include "StringSearch.h"

    int main()
    {
    StringSearch();
    return 0;
    }
  10. Re: Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    StringSearch.h

    #pragma once

    typedef unsigned char UInt8;
    typedef signed short SInt16;
    typedef signed long SInt32;

    typedef UInt8 Array_256_of_UInt8[256];
  11. Did I discover a new string search algorithm?

    I wrote a string search algorithm.

    It has a few limitations:
    The length of the word is limited to 255 characters.
    (This can be overcome by using numbers of a bigger type.)
    It was written for...
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