Re: Markov Chains (#74)

“moby dick - but it was that inscrutable ahab said to have two
harpoons and lances, and feel thus intolerably old? close!
stand by for it. it is a witchery of social czarship which there
was a wilderness of ropes and hawsers chained down to ringbolts”

rofl this is realy a good one James!

Do you have any preferernces for the command line parameters?

cheers

Simon

On Apr 7, 2006, at 9:21 AM, Kroeger, Simon (ext) wrote:

“moby dick - but it was that inscrutable ahab said to have two
harpoons and lances, and feel thus intolerably old? close!
stand by for it. it is a witchery of social czarship which there
was a wilderness of ropes and hawsers chained down to ringbolts”

rofl this is realy a good one James!

I should actually mention this idea was not mine. Eric H. gave it
to me. I just wrote it up. Thanks Eric!

Do you have any preferernces for the command line parameters?

Na. Just document what you use please, so I can figure out how to
run it. :slight_smile:

James Edward G. II

I should actually mention this idea was not mine. Eric H. gave it
to me. I just wrote it up. Thanks Eric!

:slight_smile: So how about running the solutions over the solutions, and seeing if
the result will execute? :slight_smile:

On Apr 7, 2006, at 11:45 AM, [email protected] wrote:

I should actually mention this idea was not mine. Eric H. gave it
to me. I just wrote it up. Thanks Eric!

:slight_smile: So how about running the solutions over the solutions, and
seeing if
the result will execute? :slight_smile:

You are welcome to try it and find out… :wink:

James Edward G. II

On Apr 7, 2006, at 7:52 AM, James Edward G. II wrote:

I should actually mention this idea was not mine. Eric H. gave
it to me. I just wrote it up. Thanks Eric!

The real trick is being space efficient. Markov text generation is a
very simple algorithm, but being more english-like requires a larger
corpus of input text.

The best-reading solutions will use the largest input text corpus
stored the smallest space.

Do you have any preferernces for the command line parameters?

Na. Just document what you use please, so I can figure out how to
run it. :slight_smile:


Eric H. - [email protected] - http://blog.segment7.net
This implementation is HODEL-HASH-9600 compliant

http://trackmap.robotcoop.com

Eric H. schrieb:

I should actually mention this idea was not mine. Eric H. gave it
to me. I just wrote it up. Thanks Eric!

The real trick is being space efficient. Markov text generation is a
very simple algorithm, but being more english-like requires a larger
corpus of input text.

The best-reading solutions will use the largest input text corpus stored
the smallest space.

If the text corpus is very small i tend to get complete sentences from
the original - so very english-like.
But in the more general case i guess you are right.

cheers

Simon

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