Article:
  The Fight Against Spam, Part 2
Subject:   Apple Data Kit
Date:   2004-05-23 01:10:35
From:   F.J.
Response to: Apple Data Kit

Hi !


The "Apple Data Kit" is in fact a larger structure : this name points to the various kits available to developers to search, categorize and handle data.


You should however be able to find technical documentation related to the various elements that are available under this name. The newly created Reference Library would probably be the best place to start :


http://developer.apple.com/referencelibrary/


F.J.

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  • Help! No mention in Reference Library
    2004-06-17 00:28:06  golem [View]

    The Reference Library doesn't mention Latent Semantic Analisys / Indexing, Singular Value Decomposition, or cluster analysis.

    Are these tools available as part of the publically available Developers Kit?

    I've been looking at applying cluster analysis for some time now, so I'd love to find any information about where to find the Apple tools. The GNU Scientific Library is close, but I'm especially interested in Apple's use of the Altivec processor for these vector calculations.