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LSC sums for monkey texts

Dear all,

I have indeed done a few initial tests with the LSC technique on 
texts generated by Jacques' monkey program.
Tentatively, I would say that the technique still sees a difference
between real meaningful text and a 3rd or 4th order character monkey.
Not very conclusive but quite promising. 
I used text length of only 20,000 characters, which is not enough
to be absolutely sure of the conclusion.
See a quick summary of what I did at:

There are some plots in which the X-scale has numbers from 1 to 19.
These are 'codes' and represent the following actual values:

1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 15, 20, 30, 50, 70, 100, 150, 200, 300, etc.

I should rewrite the code in C so that I can run it at home.
And I would also appreciate if Mark could send me one of his sample
texts so that I can validate the results of my program.

One more comment: spaces were removed from all source texts. With the
spaces included as an additional 'character', the sums change 

Comments are welcome.

Cheers, Rene