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|Name=Mensa
 
|Name=Mensa
 
|Short description=Java implementation of the Aho-Corasick efficient string matching state machine
 
|Short description=Java implementation of the Aho-Corasick efficient string matching state machine
|Full description=Mensa is a generic, flexible, enhanced, and efficient open source Java implementation of a pattern matching state machine as described by the 1975 paper by Alfred V. Aho and Margaret J. Corasick: _Efficient string matching: An aid to bibliographic search_. This implementation is
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|Full description=Mensa is a generic, flexible, enhanced, and efficient free software Java implementation of a pattern matching state machine as described by the 1975 paper by Alfred V. Aho and Margaret J. Corasick: _Efficient string matching: An aid to bibliographic search_. This implementation is
  
 
* generic in that it can be used to match any type of symbols as defined by the Java template type S — e.g., it is possible to create a machine to match bytes, characters, integers, gene sequences, bit sequences, etc.;
 
* generic in that it can be used to match any type of symbols as defined by the Java template type S — e.g., it is possible to create a machine to match bytes, characters, integers, gene sequences, bit sequences, etc.;
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|Homepage URL=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa
 
|Homepage URL=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa
 
|User level=intermediate
 
|User level=intermediate
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|Is High Priority Project=No
 
|VCS checkout command=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa.git
 
|VCS checkout command=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa.git
 
|Computer languages=Java
 
|Computer languages=Java
 
|Documentation note=See: https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/wiki
 
|Documentation note=See: https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/wiki
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|Accepts cryptocurrency donations=No
 
|Keywords=java, aho-corasick, string matching, keyword matching
 
|Keywords=java, aho-corasick, string matching, keyword matching
 
|Version identifier=V1.0.1
 
|Version identifier=V1.0.1
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|Version status=stable
 
|Version status=stable
 
|Version download=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/releases
 
|Version download=https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/releases
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|Last review by=Bendikker
|Last review by=Nehal-Singhal
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|Last review date=2018/03/30
|Last review date=2015/10/16
 
 
|Submitted by=faseidl
 
|Submitted by=faseidl
 
|Submitted date=2015/01/05
 
|Submitted date=2015/01/05
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|Is GNU=No
 
|Is GNU=No
 
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|License verified date=2015/10/16
 
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|License note=I noticed that last line of the Apache 2.0 license is missing from the license version you are using.
 
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|Real name=F. Andy Seidl
 
|Real name=F. Andy Seidl
 
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|Email=andy@seidlweb.com
 
|Email=andy@seidlweb.com
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|Resource audience=Ruby (Ref)
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Latest revision as of 03:13, 30 March 2018

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Mensa

https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa
Java implementation of the Aho-Corasick efficient string matching state machine

Mensa is a generic, flexible, enhanced, and efficient free software Java implementation of a pattern matching state machine as described by the 1975 paper by Alfred V. Aho and Margaret J. Corasick: _Efficient string matching: An aid to bibliographic search_. This implementation is

  • generic in that it can be used to match any type of symbols as defined by the Java template type S — e.g., it is possible to create a machine to match bytes, characters, integers, gene sequences, bit sequences, etc.;
  • flexible in that the architecture allows for granular extension, customization, or replacement of framework components;
  • enhanced in that it supports a number of useful extension not addressed in the original paper, such as whole-word matching, case-sensitivity controls, fuzzy whitespace matching, fuzzy punctuation matching, incremental matching (i.e., iterators), matching event listeners, etc.; and
  • efficient in that it performs well in terms of both time and resource usages on very large (~million term) keyword sets.

Documentation

See: https://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/wiki





Licensing

License

Verified by

Verified on

Notes

License

Apache2.0

Verified by

Nehal-Singhal

Verified on

16 October 2015

Notes

I noticed that last line of the Apache 2.0 license is missing from the license version you are using.




Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
F. Andy Seidl Author


Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Java developersDeveloperhttps://github.com/dell-oss/Mensa/wiki
Ruby (Ref)https://rubygems.org/gems/mensa


Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 30 March 2018.



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