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Saturday, March 28, 2009

The Sift string distance algorithm is now on Codeplex

I've gathered the strength to defeat my sloth and put another of my projects on Codeplex. I am talking about the Sift3 algorithm, described here.

The URL for the project is http://sift.codeplex.com/ where you can download the library and sources in .Net 3.5 C#. A class that also implements Levenstein and Length string distance algorithms is provided.

Please let me know if you are interested in the project, have any suggestions or are even using the algorithm in your projects.

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