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Reference details


Author(s) Year Title Reference View/Download

Les Hatton

2007f

The Bibliographic Discovery Engine

WEBchc11b_w32.exe

Synopsis and invited feedback

Peer review is important and acquiring competent reviewers is becoming a major problem for the journals today so I will be very happy to include constructive comment (positive or negative) with acknowledgement. If I am not competent to judge your commentary I will try and find somebody who is.

If you would like to provide feedback just e-mail me here.

Synopsis Invited Feedback Importance (/10, author rated :-) )
A freely downloadable Windows implementation of a program to assist bibliographic researchers in discovering rare but significant relationships in textual documents. It is in the form of a Windows self-installing executable. It was actually developed on Linux for those who are interested.

This program is currently limited to either text documents or HTML documents and a number of works are included with it including the complete works of Shakespeare. The program consistently finds interesting relationships. Its pretty fast and can process the whole of the King James Bible in just a few seconds.

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Related links

Related papers and links

http://www.leshatton.org/chance_20070301.html


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