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expression

declaring or signifying. Freedom of expression is a HUMAN RIGHT.

EXPRESSION. The term or use of language employed to explain a thing.
     2. It is a general rule, that expressions shall be construed, when they are capable of several significations, so as to give operation to the agreement, act, or will, if it can be done; and an expression is always to be understood in the sense most agreeable to the nature of the contract. Vide Clause; Construction; Equivocal; Interpretation; Words.

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Further speed optimization concerning detection via search character coincidence in headers or payload of packets using wildcard Perl Compatible Regular Expressions (PCRE) [9] expressions performed in GP.
We evaluated our matching approach by regular expression sets extracted from two real-world systems named L7-Filter and Snort.
Finite automata, digraph connectivity, and regular expression size.
The system introduces a regular expression search engine to reduce response time.
Dexter allows complex searches on both annotations and text, including regular expressions and filtering by speaker characteristics.
To compile our regular expression patterns into finite-state automata, we use flex [11], a standard scanner generator that does character-level regular expression matching.
Regular expressions are a way of writing fuzzy queries against data sets that can be more flexible and quicker to use.
It is not possible to write a single regular expression that returns a phrase.
First, the URL of node n3 is extracted from the link to n3, namely, 13, using the PERL regular expression in line 11.
We use [Sigma] as a regular expression denoting any symbol in the alphabet.
Since the FSM M' is a negation of M, all valid strings generating from regular expression r will not arrive at the finite states and would be rejected, while all incorrect ones would be accepted in machine M'.