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AmericanScientist: First links in the Markov Chain
“Fun with Markov chains” - simple c program, and sample output
Jamie Zawinksy’s DadaDodo
Generating Text - Section 15.3 of
Programming Pearls (source of my “internal experiment”, below)
Online generator for WORDS - lots of options to generate new words, not texts. Odd.
internal experiment -- attacks a URL. I’m going somewhere with this....
Attacks a text on the letter-level or word-level. Interesting, if often unreadable, effects. Not strictly Markovian; claims to be an independent discovery....
I used DP to generate MagicalWitchristiand
Randomnerating output goes on File:
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It appears this was actually a templating system.
reffed in notes @ http://boston.conman.org/2014/11/28.1 in somebody’s prep for NaNoGenMo2014
the Robot Chef parses online recipes via a Markovian technique. which is text, on one level. But has a second level of food-medium instantiation.
http://www.codinghorror.com/blog/archives/001132.html - Markov and You
using Markov chains to generate random makefiles
TextMunger - one of my text-processing projects, which has a Markov component
Also tagged as RandomWalks, which isn’t strictly true.
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