A system for computer algebra and symbolic mathematics
OpenAxiom is an open source Computer Algebra System. It offers an interactive environment, an expressive programming language, a compiler, a large set of mathematical libraries of interest to researchers and practitioners of computational sciences.
Readable Lisp/S-expressions with infix, functions, and indentation
This project is dedicated to developing more readable format(s) for Lisp-based languages (such as Common Lisp and Scheme) and implementing those formats (readers, pretty-printers, editor macros, etc.). MIT license preferred, to spread them widely.
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.
DACML stands for Digital Audio and Computer Music Language. It is implemented as a Common Lisp library and low level C routines for efficiency. The aim is to apply functional paradigm to Computer Music composition. Licensed under GPL v. 3 or later.
Audio player for Linux
Arita is an extraordinary audio player for Linux-based distributions. It is designed for people, who like to keep their music libraries well-organized. Unlike any other traditional player, Arita requires your tracks to be stored in container files - ISO images or uncompressed archives (AR, CPIO, TAR, ZIP).
A general and small implementation of an artificial neural network in Common Lisp.
Hard disk forensics in the lisp way.
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.
Research project for Go-Programming
This is an attempt to use Genetic Programming for writing a go player in a pseudo-ASM. It is entirely written in Common Lisp.
Trying to implement a lispy scripting language on top of Java in a minimalistic way: as small as possible but with a solid language design thats borrowed from common lisp.
Natural Language Parser for English, Russian, Arabic, Persian
The Link Grammar Parser is a dictionary-driven natural language parser for English, Russian, Arabic, Persian and German. It is an updated, enhanced version of the CMU Parser. Current project home is http://www.abisource.com/projects/link-grammar/
This is the programm for sudoku solving. On input it has array of numbers. On output it gives all variants of right solves. It can be used for crossword verification and difficulty assesment. I devote it to patience of my wife :).
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.
Use the github project instead: https://github.com/BleuLlama/lithp2
There are not so many chess implementations in LISP (at least, to my knowledge) Here is one. No hay muchas implementaciones del ajedrez en LISP (que yo sepa) Ahí va una.
A Common Lisp framework for the Semantic Web, offering parsers and printers for the following Semantic Web standards: OWL 2 Functional, OWL 2 XML, OWLlink XML, OWLlink functional, and OWLlink S-Expression. Contains an OWLAPI-like ontology-framework.
Phoros is a web-based tool for photogrammetric road survey.
Massively multiplayer online game server and client framework
CL-BF - Brainf**k interpreter, virtual machine and code generator written in Common Lisp.
cl-tap-producerX is a testing framework for Common Lisp which produces reports in the TAP (Test Anything Protocol) format.
Simple unit test utility for Common Lisp. Utility's unit tests are implemented with the utlity itself and unit tests cover 100% of the code.
CM-ETF is an extension to the Common Music composition environment, which allows for output of musical data in ETF "Engima Transportable File" format, readable by the popular commercial musical notation software, Finale. Requires CM and lisp.
gennf is a distributed version management system with code signing support written in Common Lisp incorporating ideas from Meta-CVS.