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A system for computer algebra and symbolic mathematics19 weekly downloads
This is a parser in Java for Lisp S-expressions. An S-expression or sexp (for symbolic expression) is a convention for representing data using parentheses.1 weekly downloads
CLearJ is a clean Java-implementation of Common Lisp. The big goals are ANSI standard compliance, interoperability with Java and integration with scripting environments. This project is meant to be a sibling to CLearSharp, with sharing of implementation.
CLearSharp is a clean C#-implementation of Common Lisp. The big goals are ANSI standard compliance, interoperability with Java and integration with scripting environments. This project is meant to be a sibling to CLearJ, with sharing of implementation.
This university project attempts to rebuild a limited OpenGL subset from scratch in Common Lisp. Speed was an important concern in 1999: now it should run very fast. No texture support.
This Project will administer an exam on an applet using 4 answer mutliple choice questions. Only one answer may be selected per question. Later we may improve this but for now this is the scope. We will use XML to read and write exams.
LispSharp is a fully compiled lisp implementation for the .NET Framework. It uses a Lisp dialect similar to ISO Lisp, it has a Command-line toplevel compiler with Read Compile Print Loop.It references any .NET DLL and produces standard .NET assembly.
Research platform for SAT and other hard problems
Knowledge-Base system developed by Scott Fahlman's research group at Carnegie Mellon University, Language Technologies Institute. (SourceForge distribution site under construction.)
CL-BF - Brainf**k interpreter, virtual machine and code generator written in Common Lisp.
An educational project to create a compiler collection for a couple of programming languages using Common Lisp as an implementation language.
ESCAD stands for Extendable Symbolic Computer Aided Description. It means to describe anything you want with symbols and relationships!
Implementation of raytracer with its prototype written in LISP. Goals: lisp knowledge.