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IntroductionThis project is a Google appengine project, which will extract 'all' images in a mht file. LimitationThe size of a single image can not exceed 1M bytes. Large mht files can only be uploaded by client. DemoTry picinmht The client is hosted at http://code.google.com/p/toolkits/, to download the client, http://code.google.com/p/toolkits/downloads/list. Read http://code.google.com/p/toolkits/w/list for more information. Bug Report or Feature SuggestPlease visit Issues
This is a C# (CSharp) port of MhtBuilder at http://www.codeproject.com/KB/files/MhtBuilder.aspx "Most of these are self-explanatory, with the exception of the Web Archive (MHTML) format. What's neat about this format is that it bundles the web page and all of its references, into a single compact .MHT file. It's a lot easier to distribute a single self-contained file than it is to distribute a HTML file with a subfolder full of image/CSS/Flash/XML files referenced by that HTML file. In our case,
Implementation of the Murty algorithm to obtain the best K assignments. Includes the implementation of the Jonker-Volgenant algorithm. Usual applications are multiple target tracking algorithms, Joint Probabilistic Data Association (JPDA), Multiple Hypothesis Tracking (MHT), Global Nearest Neighbours (GNN), etc. Based on the original code by Jonker-Volgenant, and the Murty Matlab implementation by Eric Trautmann (http://www.mathworks.fr/matlabcentral/fileexchange/30837-k-best-assignment-algorith
MHT files are Microsoft's website-in-a-file format that contains the webpage along with embedded content. This programs converts an MHT file into format viewable by other browsers, such as Firefox. The result is a HTML file and a directory that contains the embedded files.
This gem contains an implementation of "Merkle Hash Trees" (MHT). Specifically, it implements the variant described in RFC6962, as the initial use-case for this gem was for an implementation of a Certificate Transparency log server.