libbnr is an implementation of the Bayesian Noise Reduction (BNR) algorithm. All samples of text contain some degree of noise (data which is either intentionally or unintentionally irrelevant to accurate statistical analysis of the sample where removal of the data would result in a cleaner analysis). The Bayesian noise reduction algorithm provides a means of cleaner machine learning by providing more useful data, which ultimately leads to better sample analysis. With the noisy data removed from the sample, what is left is only data relevant to the classification. libbnr can be linked in with your classifier and called using the standard C interface.
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libballistics is an external ballistics library which uses many widely-accepted mathematical formulas to calculate the bullet path for a given projectile. Functions are available to adjust for atmospheric conditions, conversions, and stepped ballistic coefficients. libballistics is very efficient and runs well on mobile devices. It is the engine used in "Ballistic" for the iPhone.
Re: Can't make heads or tails
> The documentation for dspam is almost
> non-existant. How frustrating. I had to
> make sense of things from the
Hi! Have you checked the doc/ directory, which is full of
documentation for various types of integration, or the very
elaborate README? How about the online FAQ, or the many
links to HOWTOs on the website?
Several blacklists needed to go anyway
Several of these blacklists needed to die anyway. Osirusoft was the WORST blacklist in terms of maintenance and was responsible for blacklisting thousands of legitimate domains. Once you made it onto their list there was quite literally no way to make it off. Their tool was programmed only to test when receiving mail from the blacklisted host's IP address...and the MTA in front of the tool would reject it for that very same reason. The fact that the list administrator blacklisted the world ONLY shows what an irresponsible individual he is, and in my opinion had no business running such a list to begin with.
I'm not a fan of TMDA or its approach, and while I have no intention of criticizing it, I must flame it a little bit...quite frankly it is so annoying that if I encounter a user who is running a mail verification system, I will generally make the choice not to correspond with the user at all, rather than choose to support such a system and respond, which would be helping to make it more widely accepted. I would say that if there were a way to make it less annoying, I would consider using it...but as long as I have to send back an email response, people that want to receive any email from me will have to ditch it first. Perhaps some type of central registry the entire world could share would be acceptable.