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Utilities 2.0

Ron Kohavi and Dan Sommerfield

cuspy: /kuhs'pee/ WPI: from the DEC abbreviation CUSP, for `Commonly Used System Program', i.e., a utility program used by many people
adj. 1. (of a program) Well-written. 2. Functionally excellent.
A program that performs well and interfaces well to users is cuspy.
---Jargon File 2.9.9

This document describes some of the utility programs written using MLC++ .gif Appendix A describes the legal issues, installation procedure, and the mailing addresses for questions and bug reports. Appendix B describes some common error messages. Appendix C describes the additions and modifications that were done since the last major release. The reader is assumed to have general knowledge of machine learning and some experience with the Unix operating system.

Ronny Kohavi
Sun Oct 6 23:17:50 PDT 1996