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I've been interested in assisted Problem Solving Environments.
This comes partially from having worked on many knowledge based systems, and simulation
I really like how opensource lets you really alter and add to your work. This includes putting together things that companies would rarely make easy.
Now I'm trying to find a way to use Lush and clips 's/(like) abilities.
-It looks a little bit like another xlispstat in a way. (Some very good libs, nice differences, and a few annoying un-needed new ones.) CL should be able to grow. I like as much of a overlap as possible or at least an easy interworking w/the obj-systems. If I could get all the images to play nice with/out having to copy every thing, that would be cool too. The visual Vista system is pretty nice. I'd almost recommend it over R for up to moderate complexity stats tasks.
End of 2004: Back to using CLIPS
Working with DB connections, protege and a bit more.
I might have to incorporate KnowledgeBasedConsulting.
There are lots of tag-line relating to the 80-20 rule
Maybe something like: 'doing less to do more'.
In programming, some people are more top-down or bottom up; I'm more Means-Ends. *
|Best Working Conditions||->||BestProgrammers||->||BestSoftware||->||Profit!|
*sif, effthoughts on patterns.
. Can't load applet's like:Lisp51
oh yes lets try to keep it DRY out there.
A while ago I started to load lisa w/in acl.
I'd like to move that way so I don't have to have about 5k clips utils, or 2k art utils, to make it somewhat more lisp like.
I will take any rule or lisp job over booring lang/work.
I'd love some sci/research work, but don't want to just be a programmer, hence staying away from the wrong languages for the most part.
(I think I'd like to make cooperative versus killer applications;) .