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Re: VMs: truncated repeating sequences
What would be useful would be page numbers to go with the different strings.
Also to produce a complete set so that overlap could be determined and also
to find out how prevalent this feature is. I have an idea now that I know
what's causing it but would need more detailed information. I will be tied
up for a little while yet on other things but keep me posted.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marke Fincher" <markefincher@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: 08 September 2004 15:11
Subject: RE: VMs: truncated repeating sequences
> > BTW, I assume that when you say 'truncated' it means
> > that there is actually a different sequence of
> > characters following it each time.
> That's right.
> So when looking for the master pattern "aiin.shedy.qokeedy.qote"
> the truncation is considered to have happened when the master
> sequence is broken, so if you find a partial match like
> "aiin.sheEDY.OL ..." I increase the count for the truncated string
> "aiin.she", (but not for "aiin.sh" or anything else)
> The different subsets of that master string are:
> Hmmm.... :-I
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