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== Next Steps ==
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* Using all of BNC - faster?
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* Error analysis
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* Write
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== Error Analysis ==
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* This method's error on mistakes <= 12.5, McCarthy ~14 (need to check to make sure path is being computed the same way)
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== CVS Access ==
 
== CVS Access ==
The files are in the repository under ldawn.  The repository is named wnp.  To access it, follow the instructions at [http://cvs.cs.princeton.edu].  You'll need to be approved by the repository owner, who is JBG.
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The files are in the repository under ldawn.  The repository is named wnp.  To access it, follow the instructions [http://cvs.cs.princeton.edu here].  You'll need to be approved by the repository owner, who is JBG. You'll need [http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/ gsl] installed.  If you don't have root on a machine and can't add to the normal include directory, look at the "make jbg" entry in the Make file to see how to point to a different directory.  In MSVC, you'll need to look at [this http://www.sourceware.org/ml/gsl-discuss/2004-q2/msg00000.html] to get GSL linked up.
 
 
== Files ==
 
  
You'll also need some data files, which can be found [http://www.cs.princeton.edu/~jbg/wn/ldawn/ here].
 
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:30, 12 December 2006


Next Steps

  • Using all of BNC - faster?
  • Error analysis
  • Write

Error Analysis

  • This method's error on mistakes <= 12.5, McCarthy ~14 (need to check to make sure path is being computed the same way)

CVS Access

The files are in the repository under ldawn. The repository is named wnp. To access it, follow the instructions here. You'll need to be approved by the repository owner, who is JBG. You'll need gsl installed. If you don't have root on a machine and can't add to the normal include directory, look at the "make jbg" entry in the Make file to see how to point to a different directory. In MSVC, you'll need to look at [this http://www.sourceware.org/ml/gsl-discuss/2004-q2/msg00000.html] to get GSL linked up.


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