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Old 06-30-2010, 05:23 PM   #3
nrapallo
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Originally Posted by mscott161 View Post
I would like to ask for help on the Decompression algorithm in Java because in this first version the opening of the IMP book is really slow.
More information on LZSS encoding may be found at this link to the LZSS source code (it is the basis of my deimp.exe)!

It was written by Michael Dipperstein (mdipper@alumni.engr.ucsb.edu) and his LZSS source code (lzss-0.6.zip) has been successfully adapted to decompress the text within a .imp file using a highly efficient bitstream library. His earlier versions of the source code did not use bit manipulations at perhaps a speed hit so perhaps the same holds true with your implementation.

Where's a java guru when you need them... :rubs lamp:
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