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IDS2NGRAM(1)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					      IDS2NGRAM(1)

NAME
ids2ngram - generate n-gram data file from ids file SYNOPSIS
ids2ngram [option]... ids_file... DESCRIPTION
ids2ngram generates idngram file, which is a sorted [id1,..,idN,freq] array, from binary id stream files. Here, the id stream files are always generated by mmseg or slmseg. Basically, it finds all occurrence of n-words tuples (i.e. the tuple of (id1,..,idN)), and sorts these tuples by the lexicographic order of the ids make up the tuples, then write them to specified output file. INPUT
The input file is presented as a binary id stream, which looks like: [id0,...,idX] OPTIONS
All the following options are mandatory. -n,--NMax N Generates N-gram result. ids2ngram does only support uni-gram, bi-gram, and trigram, so any number not in the range of 1..3 is not valid. -s,--swap swap-file Specify the temporary intermediate file. -o, --out output-file Specify the result idngram file, e.g. the array of [id1, ..., idN, freq] -p, --para N Specify the maximum n-gram items per paragraph. ids2ngram writes to the temporary file on a per-paragraph basis. Every time it writes a paragraph out, it frees the corresponding memory allocated for it. When your computer system permits, a higher N is suggested. This can speed up the processing speed because of less I/O. EXAMPLE
Following example will use three input idstream file idsfile[1,2,3] to generate the idngram file all.id3gram. Each para (internal map size or hash size) would be 1024000, using swap file for temp result. All temp para result would eventually be merged to got the final result. ids2ngram -n 3 -s /tmp/swap -o all.id3gram -p 1024000 idsfile1 idsfile2 idsfile3 AUTHOR
Originally written by Phill.Zhang <phill.zhang@sun.com>. Currently maintained by Kov.Chai <tchaikov@gmail.com>. SEE ALSO
mmseg(1), slmseg(1), slmbuild (1). perl v5.14.2 2012-06-09 IDS2NGRAM(1)

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swfcombine(1)							     swftools							     swfcombine(1)

NAME
swfcombine - a tool for combining swf (flash) files Synopsis swfcombine [-rXYomlcv] [-f] masterfile [-xysf] [(name1|#id1)=]slavefile1 .. [-xysf] [(nameN|#idN)=]slavefileN swfcombine [-rXYomv] --stack[1] [-xysf] [(name1|#id1)=]slavefile1 .. [-xysf] [(nameN|#idN)=]slavefileN swfcombine [-rXYov] --cat [-xysf] [(name1|#id1)=]slavefile1 .. [-xysf] [(nameN|#idN)=]slavefileN swfcombine [-rXYomlcv] --dummy [-xys] [file] DESCRIPTION
Take two or more SWF files, and combine them into a new SWF. SWFs can either be stacked (no masterfile is present) or inserted (into the masterfile). SWF files are animation files which can be displayed in Web Browsers using the Flash Plugin. For template mechanisms, it's often convenient to separate the processes of generating small animation fragments and merging them into a big movie. swfcombine can be used to perform the latter. OPTIONS
-o, --output outputfile explicitly specify output file. (otherwise, output.swf will be used) -t, --stack Don't assume the first file is a master file. Instead, store each file in a separate frame. -T, --stack1 place each slave in the first frame (no master movie) -m, --merge Do not store the slave files in a sprite/MovieClip. Instead, merge the files frame by frame. -a, --cat concatenate all slave files (no master movie) -l, --overlay Don't remove any master objects, only overlay new objects -c, --clip Clip the slave objects by the corresponding master objects -v, --verbose Be verbose. Use more than one -v for greater effect -F, --flashversion Set the flash version of the output file. -d, --dummy Don't require the presence of slave objects. Usually used together with -X, -Y or -r. -f, --frame The next slave replaces a frame, not an object. Therefore the slave identifier is a frame number (#frame=) or frame label (framelabel=). -x, --movex xpos x Adjust position of slave by xpos pixels -y, --movey ypos y Adjust position of slave by ypos pixels -s, --scale scale Adjust size of slave by scale percent (e.g. 100% = original size) -r, --rate fps Force the output to have the framerate fps. (Otherwise, the framerate of the master file will be used) -X, --width width Force movie bbox width to width (default: use master width (not with -t)) -Y, --height height Force movie bbox height to height (default: use master height (not with -t)) -N, --local-with-networking Make output file "local-with-networking" -G, --hardware-gpu Set the "use hardware gpu" bit in the output file -B, --accelerated-blit Set the "use accelerated blit" bit in the output file -L, --local-with-filesystem Make output file "local-with-filesystem" -z, --zlib zlib Use Flash MX (SWF 6) Zlib encoding for the output. The resulting SWF will be smaller, but not playable in Flash Plugins of Version 5 and below. Combining two or more .swf files using a master file Of the flash files to be combined, all except one will be packed into a sprite structure (Movieclip) which will then be inserted into the master .swf file. This means that, in terms of trees, when combining several flash files, one will form the root of the tree, while the others will be appended to the root as a subnode. The user has to specify which of the files will become the root of the tree ("master") and which will be the appended nodes ("slaves"). The slave files must all have a name, which is then used to determine their exact posi- tion inside the master file. The slave files will then be converted into sprites, inserted into the master file, and all PlaceObject tags in the master file which match the name of the slave file will be updated to correctly display the slave sprite. The slave name may also be the object id, preceded by '#', in which case the object to be replaced is referenced by id and not by instance name. Combining (stacking) one or more .swf files without a master The flash files will be inserted in separate frames. They will still be packed into Movieclips, therefore the outputfile will have exactly as many frames as there were inputfiles. Also, the files don't need to have names. If you want to access the Movieclips, their names are frameXX, where XX is the decimal number of the file, starting by zero (00). EXAMPLES
Create two flash movies. Insert some rectangle into one of them, and give it a name. (E.g. "foo") Now call swfcombine -o combined.swf master.swf foo=slave.swf As a result, the slave movie should be visible inside the master movie at the position where the rectangle used to be. AUTHOR
Matthias Kramm <kramm@quiss.org> swfcombine February 2012 swfcombine(1)
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