Sunday, October 31, 2004
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Classifier4J is an open source Java library designed just for this purpose, that is, for classifying text. (It is available from Sourceforge at http://classifier4j.sourceforge.net.) It has an implementation of a Bayesian classifier—a statistical methodology for calculating the probability of a given hypothesis being true (based on Bayes theorem; see http://www.paulgraham.com/better.html for a good implementation outline). A Bayesian classifier is typically used in evaluating the contents of text for a given subject matter. The classic example is in determining if an e-mail is a spam or not."
Tuesday, October 26, 2004
Out-of-the-box the FormattedDataSet will generate HTML (tables, list boxes, drop down listboxes, multi-select listboxes, and radio buttons), XML and delimited output. The FormattedDataSet stores formatting in templates. FormattedDataSet templates are simply Java Strings, typically stored as files. In addition to using the Out-of-the-box templates mentioned above, developers and GUI designers can create their own templates and so can have total control over presentation formatting."
Wilders Security Forums: I think there is a more simple to get rid of running wisptis. just run it once with -unregserver command line parameter. %SystemRoot%\system32\wisptis.exe -unregserver this will not terminate currently running wisptis, but will prevent it from further starts. it shall also remove (some of) those registry entries mentioned above.
Monday, October 25, 2004
(1) It runs in the browser without modification
(2) It's got "real" controls just like a native client app: splitters, menus, color pickers, treeviews
(3) "View Source" works--you can leach XUL just like you used to leach HTML back in the good old days. Shirky explains why this is important