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  1. #21
    It's always something... PuddleRiver's Avatar
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    ...among others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zergling View Post
    Absolutely nothing for me.
    Try "Mister Zergling." I think you'll be pleased.

    "Grim Gin Seltzer" indeed...

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    I'm beginning to like this!

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    Bell Lube
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    I also tried Ms bluebell. Some of the better ones:

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    Ebb Me Lulls
    Bulbs Ell Me
    Bulb Sell Em
    Bulb Sell Me
    Be Bell Slum
    Be Bulls Elm
    Be Bull Elms
    Bell Sub Elm
    ...so much smoke pouring out of each chromosome.

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    Rub Refer Uh
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    Bur Freer Uh
    Bur Here Fur
    Be Err Fur Uh
    Rub Ref Re Uh
    Rub Eh Re Fur
    Rub He Re Fur
    Bur Ref Re Uh
    Bur Eh Re Fur
    Bur He Re Fur

    I particularly liked the second one.

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    Madman La Seizure ......... Imam Se'ed ul-Naraz ... Lurid Name Amazes
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    Madman's azure lie: A zen miasma ruled.

    I anal-rammed Zeus!

    I razed a slum, Amen.

    Realize us, Madman!
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    Madman's azure lie: a zen miasma ruled.

    Realize us, Madman!

    I razed a slum, Amen.

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    Sam, I think one of these has got to become your custom title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spirilis View Post
    O my, I would love to see who programmed that little gem.
    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    I get the impression there are probably some serious brute-force database queries involved.
    Quote Originally Posted by spirilis View Post
    Yeah, that's gotta be ridiculous (and running on decent HW)
    There is a 39 character limit to the input. (40 is too long), and it rejects numbers as inputs.

    If you took the brute force approach of generating each permutation of the input letters (brute force would mean that the it was naive about repeated letters, too) and checked to see if they formed words or sentences, there are 39! or about 2e46 combinations to check ...

    if you were to assume you could do all the checking in the equivalent of a flop...
    and you assumed that you a trillion teraflop machines that could do the work without overhead...
    It would still take 100's of trillions of years to calculate "brute force."

    I was thinking about how I would go about designing something to do this...

    The way I figure it, you could have a data-structure where words are stored in tree formats in a dictionary (IOW, all words starting with "a" would be stored in the same tree, while all words starting with "al" would be stored in the same branch of the tree, ... and so on)

    Then the algorithm would traverse the trees while crossing off the letters used to form words (each "traversal thread" would keep track of the letters it used in state)

    Then, based on the word list achieved in the first phase of the algorithm, it can use any number of stock "scheduling" algorithms to "schedule" the words into phrases (think of each letter in the input as a block of time).

    This is a very parallelize-able algorithm (with the additional possibility that scheduling goes on in parallel with word generation also, if we are clever about how we do it).

    Also partitioning the dictionary on disk (and memory, and cache) so that data that will be used together will be loaded together is something that can be made reasonable based on statistics taken on the dictionary, as well as the basic tree/"forest" structure of the dictionary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    If you took the brute force approach of generating each permutation of the input letters (brute force would mean that the it was naive about repeated letters, too) and checked to see if they formed words or sentences, there are 39! or about 2e46 combinations to check ...

    if you were to assume you could do all the checking in the equivalent of a flop...
    and you assumed that you a trillion teraflop machines that could do the work without overhead...
    It would still take 100's of trillions of years to calculate "brute force."

    I was thinking about how I would go about designing something to do this...

    The way I figure it, you could have a data-structure where words are stored in tree formats in a dictionary (IOW, all words starting with "a" would be stored in the same tree, while all words starting with "al" would be stored in the same branch of the tree, ... and so on)
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    This is a very parallelize-able algorithm (with the additional possibility that scheduling goes on in parallel with word generation also, if we are clever about how we do it).

    Also partitioning the dictionary on disk (and memory, and cache) so that data that will be used together will be loaded together is something that can be made reasonable based on statistics taken on the dictionary, as well as the basic tree/"forest" structure of the dictionary.

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    One day, groups of monkeys will indeed pen Shakespearean dramas.
    Madman's azure lie: a zen miasma ruled.

    Realize us, Madman!

    I razed a slum, Amen.

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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    A Coarse Ale
    that's the one.
    Madman's azure lie: a zen miasma ruled.

    Realize us, Madman!

    I razed a slum, Amen.

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