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July 17, 2013
Our world is filled with unstructured data. By some estimates, it’s as high as 80% of all data. Unstructured data is data that isn’t in a specific format. It isn’t separated by a delimiter that you could split on and …By Nat Torkington
August 2, 2010
Hidden Features of Google (StackExchange) -- rather than Google's list of search features, here are the features that real (sophisticated) users find useful. My new favourite: the ~ operator for approximate searching. (via Hacker News) Natural Language Parsing for the Web -- JSON API to the Stanford Natural Language Parser. I wonder why the API to the library isn't...By Kyle Dent
April 19, 2010
Syntax coloring utility works for several different programming languages.
Jotting on parsers for SGML-family document languages: SGML, HTML, XML #2 - Stateless semicoroutines may be convenientBy Rick Jelliffe
September 5, 2009
Here is Melvin Conway's foundation point from his 1963 paper defining coroutines: "That property of the design which makes it amenable to many segment configurations is its separability."
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