This is the command dimbl that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
dimbl - Distributed Timbl
dimbl [timbl options] [-S <num of threads>]
dimbl extends timbl with the possibility to run the classification task on multiple
threads. This is done by splitting up the Instancebase in parts that are handled in
parallel. Every test instance is tested against each partial Instancebase. The results
are merged and then the k Nearest Neighbours are calculated.
dimbl only works for the IB1 variants of timbl.
Not all timbl options are fully supported.
Documentation is lacking.
run the server on 'threads' parallel threads.
all timbl options are documenented in timbl(1)
dimbl handles most of them in the same way as timbl except for
-I will create 'threads' Instancebase files and store their names in 'filename' together
with the name of the weighting file.
-i will use such a file to read back in 'threads' Instancebases for a classifying task.
The -S option is ignored in that case. dimbl will use the number of files found in
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