The Parallell Rendering of Webpages

This presentation describes the hardware and software environment for experimenting with the Parallel Rendering of Webpages. The hardware consists of a cluster of Single Board Computers (SBCs) which run a number of application servers that previously ran in the cloud (RHC and Pythonanywhere). Each application server was associated with a single application which was either… Read More The Parallell Rendering of Webpages

Parallella LISP – the runtime environment

This series of blog posts describes the Parrallella-LISP source code and how to build applications requiring a combination of symbolic and numeric computation. To this end, two example applications will also be blogged about. The first application represents the meaning of documents with vector semantics and the second, extracts contours from binary images. If you… Read More Parallella LISP – the runtime environment

Dictionaries

Image via Wikipedia All of the dictionaries listed below are based on Wordnet and available for free. They are a good place to start if you want to learn about the semantic relationships that exist between words. Wordnet VisualWn Artha WordWeb If your not sure how Wordnet differs from a conventional dictionary then do not… Read More Dictionaries

POPLOG – teaching, research, and development

POPLOG is an integrated toolkit providing a highly extendable collection of languages and tools suitable for absolute beginners, advanced researchers and system programmers. POPLOG’s core language is POP-11, which was developed by Robin Popplestone,  a pioneer in the fields of machine intelligence and robotics. Thus, when the British government created the Alvey Programme as a… Read More POPLOG – teaching, research, and development