Small-scale experiments for my work on algebraic effects and handlers in natural language semantics.
TARDIS is a utility daemon. Its principal feature is to serve as a back-end for the sonic screwdriver.
forked from maximeamb/SLAMtk
this repository contains the development of the last SLAMtk
forked from jbedo/boogiesync-tablet
A userspace linux driver for using the Boogie Board Sync 9.1 as a tablet input device
forked from garyb/purescript-virtual-dom
Low level virtual-dom bindings for PureScript
Source code for my LNCS 2014 paper, Algebraic Effects and Handlers in Natural Language Interpretation.
forked from openfun/fun-apps
Work done over #OpenedXHack in collaboration with: Nathan Janeczko, Ange Gallego, Robin Nassoy, Rida Bekaourassa, Benjamin Aramburu
forked from openfun/edx-platform
the edX learning management system (LMS) and course authoring tool, Studio - Work done over #OpenedXHack in collaboration with: Nathan Janeczko, Ange Gallego, Robin Nassoy, Rida Bekaourassa, Benjamin Aramburu
forked from hooray9/ocp-build
Build manager for OCaml applications, with a very simple and modular language for packages.
The report from my internship at Loria, my master thesis for Université de Lorraine.
Fast and trainable tokenizer for natural languages relying on maximum entropy methods.
A toolkit for experimenting with abstract categorial grammars lexicalized by an external lexical database.
My Emacs setup, which tries to use mostly only MELPA for package installation and the Emacs Starter Kit for defaults. A lot of stuff is also pulled from the live-coding-emacs setup for Overtone.
An exploration into expressing laws of interactions in a population using logic programming.
OBSOLETE: This is a "fork" of the Maximum Entropy Modeling Toolkit by Le Zhang fixing some critical overflow errors. Now, that the project has moved to GitHub, it might be more prudent to conduct futher work in https://github.com/lzhang10/maxent.
An implementation of the ESA unsupervised word segmentation algorithm in Clojure.
Ensemble classifiers implementation for Mulan and a paper using it for experiments with text classification.
OBSOLETE: Quex 0.59.1 fixed this issue. (This is a fork of the Quex Lexical Analyzer Generator by Frank-Rene Schäfer fixing a trivial show-stopping bug.)