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Combined Regular Expression Search

, 1 Apr 2014
This article details the implementation of an efficient grouped regular expression searcher.
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About the Author

Farhad Alizadeh Noori
Software Developer
Canada Canada
I'm a recent Msc Computer Science graduate with an interest in all things Machine Learning. I am in love with C# and having an affair with Python. My main interests in machine learning is NLP hence the Python affair. I enjoy classical music and for some reason am constantly fighting my body's call for exercise.

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