|approximate string matching firstname.lastname@example.org (Martin Okrslar) (2000-01-15)|
|Re: approximate string matching jrs@JustMakesSense.com (2000-01-15)|
|Re: approximate string matching email@example.com (2000-01-19)|
|Re: approximate string matching firstname.lastname@example.org (Lionel Delafosse) (2000-01-19)|
|Re: approximate string matching maratb@CS.Berkeley.EDU (Marat Boshernitsan) (2000-01-19)|
|Re: approximate string matching email@example.com (2000-01-19)|
|From:||Marat Boshernitsan <maratb@CS.Berkeley.EDU>|
|Date:||19 Jan 2000 01:12:57 -0500|
|Organization:||University of California at Berkeley|
You will probably find the MOSS system (Measure Of Software
Similarity: http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~aiken/moss.html) quite useful
for your purposes.
Martin Okrslar <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> I would like to 'cluster' some files regarding their syntactic
> similarity. (I am correcting the homework of some students, and since
> I showed them with 'diff', that they did a simple cp they started to
> change their files minimally, so that one does not see on the first
> diff-glance, that the file is a copy.
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