How do I fingerprint a dynamic URL?

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What model is the best for URL Similarity/URL Pattern Recognition?

I am trying to come up with a model that will go over a number of URLs in a training set and identify new patterns in the test set. Let's say I have 2 sets of URLs that comes to my website First set includes the following:


I would frame it as a classification problem and use character n-grams.

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Why does the following AJAX call doesn't return new url from success and change URL in browser after returning from controller?

I am working on a Spring MVC project where the homepage has two input fields. Both input fields are of String type. But the regNo field gets number and if the user enters the regNo it should be taken to the corresponding method in controller. If the...


I think your ajax call is not executing... check for it .

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Getting a URL changed

Recently we submitted a change to Dmoz of our very old URL ( to our current address ( . Somehow we can’t seem to get the change instituted correctly. We still show up as, not (If...


Hi again, As far as I can tell, nothing has changed at all, and you are still waiting for your changes...

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How do I get my URL out of the wrong hands?

Someone snagged my old Blogger URL and made it live again and is using it to post lousy marketing copy, mostly, it seems, to generate some income for Google ads. The problem is - the URL is my totally unique professional name. So, if someone were to...


Meh. Register, put some basic biography type stuff on it, and link from your LinkedIn profile...

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Old URL is now displayed, with 4-year old, popular URL has now disappeared.

In the mid-1990s, I had a URL. When I went to my current URL in 2000, I quit using the old URL, but redirected it to my current URL. Now, out of the blue, even though the redirect has been done *correctly*, the old URL now appears prominently in Google...


Hi again, Polebabe ~ Please remember that pointing domain name at the same content is not the same...

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URL Stream Text in java?

Hello am trying to make a news feed am having problems making a loop that displays next line in a text file. i can only make it go though first line i tryed alot of things i tryed making a array list and display like that. nothing worked. anyone can...


Try this first just to make sure you're seeing any data from your stream. This reads in characters without...

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Yahoo! Pipes: How can I extract the most recent URL from an RSS feed and assign that to a fixed short URL?

I want to bookmark the most recent "minute by minute" report from the Guardian - so that I don't have to go to their category page to find it. I thought I could set up a short URL and then change the URL that that points to - so that it always...

Answer: won't let you overwrite an existing redirect. You could use this Yahoo! Pipe I made: http...

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I am still having a problem with my re-write rule My objective is to remove a certain directory from a URL, how do I achieve this? For example:  should be re-written to ( removing the directory UK )

The above scenario is now working for all URLS, except one. The UK homepage is physically located here. ( index.html) www And the correct re-write rule should display the URL as www instead it is showing the www root...


You should try Stack Overflow for this kind of questions.

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Would there be anything legally wrong if, when the police force you to unlock your phone with your fingerprint, you intentionally use an unregistered finger multiple times so as to have the phone then require a password?

Court Rules Police Can Force Users to Unlock iPhones With Fingerprints, But Not Passcodes A Circuit Court judge in Virginia has ruled that fingerprints are not protected by the Fifth Amendment, a decision that has clear privacy implications for fingerprint...


I have to agree with the circuit court here and I will explain why.  You can be compelled to give DNA...

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