Axiom is a computer algebra system. It consists of an interpreter, a compiler and a library of algorithms. Axiom is an excellent research platform as well as a useful tool for scientific programming.
Small implementation of Push 3 programming language in Common Lisp. Push 3 is described here http://tinyurl.com/push30. Push is a programming language intended primarily for use in evolutionary computation systems.
A high-performance functional, set-theoretic collections library. All collections are immutable; updates return a new collection. Supports arbitrary nesting (sets of sets etc.). Implemented with heterogeneous binary trees. Lisp and Java; more to come.
This is an attempt to use Genetic Programming for writing a go player in a pseudo-ASM. It is entirely written in Common Lisp.
Haskellesque lazy-list and functional tools with a Common Lisp slant.
The IEEE 1619 Committee open-source reference implementations of encryption algorithms, plus testing and certification suites, for each encryption algorithm included in the standard.
‘intelliworm’ is a prototype simulation of a Intelligent Species of a common earth worm,which inherits human like decision making capabilities through Neural Network intelligence representation,all developed by integrating .NET with Lisp and Yacc.
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.
String matching algorithms implementation for Lisp
Common Lisp provides a SEARCH function to lookup given keys in a string, but its implementation can be subotimal: it can be beaten in some cases by even the simpliest brute-force algorithm. This project is aimed at implementing robust string matching algorithms for Common Lisp.
Backwards mappable double linked list for Common Lisp.