MatLisp is a package for Common Lisp for handling matrices with real-valued or complex-valued elements. BLAS is used for elementary matrix operations and LAPACK is used for linear algebra routines.
Hosting home-made software which is mathematically proven to be correct. We make use of tools like HOL, PVS, ...
This library is intended to provide a minimal C/C++ API to efficiently create, manipulate, and parse LISP-style symbolic expressions.
Computer Adventure Game Editor and Environment, multi-platform engine and development system for cinematic, image, and panoramic interfaces, to be extended to 3-D geometric, oblique/orthographic, plan, elevation, etc.
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.
CSharp (C#) Development Environment for XEmacs / GNU Emacs
CL Slideshow aims to be a small and fast desktop program for viewing and managing image files (.gif .jpeg etc). The program itself is written in Common Lisp and uses Lisp2wish to manage the Tcl/Tk GUI for excellent cross-platform potential.
Attempt of a portable cross-language object-oriented benchmark . So far supporting C++, Objective-C, and Java. Support for Smalltalk, CLOS, CSharp, and Eiffel is in development.
Charlemagne is a versatile genetic programming application which includes a command-line client and an interactive console mode. It features built in input-output mapping support, and is user-extensible for complex fitness evaluation in Python and Lisp
The CommGen platform is intended to be a simple, scalable integration platform for small to medium problem sets. The architecture is simple, consisting of a distributed kernel, distributed O/S, agent and application layer.
Project Mayhem intends to provide a general framework for building self-organizing decentralized systems and peer-to-peer applications, based on a multi-agent system architecture and a family of efficient multicast and unicast protocols.
Abuse 2, sequel to the 1995 masterpiece from Crack dot Com
Academic research paper with sample programs and code illustrating the development, goals, and future of Artificial Creativity.
This project is a "meta" control for the MAXIMA symbolic math program. MAXIMA is a text-based math program that has a linear structure: each statement building on the previous one. MetaMax gives a overview and branching structure to your investigation.
Common Lisp bindings to the SDL library, OpenGL, and more.
Knowledge-based Agent with capabilities to reason, learn and become an expert in Mathematics.
Jess-mode is a collection of Emacs Lisp files designed to facilitate the development of Java Expert System Shell (JESS) applications. Currently, the package consists of a major mode for editing source and an inferior mode used to run the Jess interpreter
A multiplayer RPG, which concentrates on the idea that spells are like functions and make you write your own spells.
This is one approach to implementing the ideas discussed as the Public Domain Knowledge Base. Originally coded by Stephen Reed before joining Cycorp and currently maintained by Vic Bancroft. The next release with contributions made here will be versio
Mi_D is a multi-platform, multi-driver, and multi-language shared library that offers clients a simple unified, yet unique set of MIDI services that are not commonly found in existing driver interfaces.
A Cocoa port of Emacs for MacOS X and GNUstep
ACDK - Artefaktur Component Development Kit - is a platform independent C++-framework similar to Java or C#/.NET for generating distributed and scriptable components and applications.
We develop a free, complete, cross-platform TrueType font interpreter/renderer with antialiasing in ANSI Common Lisp.
An excercise in construction of self-modifying, self-exploring reflective system. The approach is to use autonomous code snippets inspectable and mutable by other code snippets, plus a hierarchy of their abstractions.
Warfare strategy game played by autonomous intelligent softbots!