Commit 43b978db authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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(Dissociated Press): Minor cleanups.

parent 39e26906
2008-11-28 Richard M Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* misc.texi (Dissociated Press): Minor cleanups.
* dired.texi (Image-Dired): Avoid passive.
2008-11-28 Eli Zaretskii <eliz@gnu.org>
* anti.texi (Antinews): Add stuff about Unicode vs emacs-mule
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......@@ -2677,7 +2677,7 @@ buffer to another. In order to produce plausible output rather than
gibberish, it insists on a certain amount of overlap between the end of
one run of consecutive words or characters and the start of the next.
That is, if it has just output `president' and then decides to jump
to a different point in the file, it might spot the `ent' in `pentagon'
to a different point in the buffer, it might spot the `ent' in `pentagon'
and continue from there, producing `presidentagon'.@footnote{This
dissociword actually appeared during the Vietnam War, when it was very
appropriate. Bush has made it appropriate again.} Long sample texts
......@@ -2699,9 +2699,9 @@ buffer @samp{*Dissociation*}. The buffer you start with is not changed.
chain based on a frequency table constructed from the sample text. It
is, however, an independent, ignoriginal invention. Dissociated Press
techniquitously copies several consecutive characters from the sample
between random choices, whereas a Markov chain would choose randomly
for each word or character. This makes for more plausible sounding
results, and runs faster.
text between random jumps, unlike a Markov chain which would jump
randomly after each word or character. This makes for more plausible
sounding results, and runs faster.
@cindex outragedy
@cindex buggestion
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