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CCP Constraint Programming within CLIPS
Constraint Programming within CLIPS Michel Futtersack Jean-Marc Labat CRIP5 Paris Descartes University Paris FRANCE LIP6 Pierre et Marie Curie University Paris…
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CSP and transducers in JavaScript
31 Aug 2014
Learning Clojure has introduced me to some really fascinating ideas. I really believe in the importance of trying new things, so I’ve been playing…
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Cottage Computer Programming
By the time my Apple arrived, I had become a basket
case with my notebooks and pencil. When the machine was hooked up, I
was ready to play all night. I followed…
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Lost Lessons from 8-Bit BASIC
The little language that fueled the home computer revolution has been long buried beneath an avalanche of derision, or at least disregarded as a relic from…
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What sword fighting style is the best? Fencing? Kendo? samurai? - Yahoo Answers
✓Follow publicly ✓Follow privately Unfollow I study JKD and from there i learn that in fencing,they use the longest part of the sword to keep their oponent away…
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Expert Systems
Introduction to Expert Systems Part I — Programming in Expert Systems CLIPS Overview Introduction to CLIPS (PowerPoint) Pattern Matching (PowerPoint) Advanced…
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drools - Pros and cons of Java rules engines - Stack Overflow
What are the pros and cons to adopting the Java rules engines JESS and Drools? Are there any other players?
I understand that Drools is Open Source and JESS is…
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Atomic operations and contention
Last time, we covered the basics of how cache coherency works. Today, let’s talk about some of the primitives necessary to build useful systems on top of a…
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Transducers are fundamental
Transducers are being introduced in the next version of clojure. There are a few posts about them already, but I found the notion of transducers more elegant…
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Muammar Gaddafi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Muammar Muhammad Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi[6] (/ˈmoʊ.əmɑr ɡəˈdɑːfi/; Arabic: معمر محمد أبو منيار القذافي‎, Muʿammar Muḥammad ʾabū Minyār al-Qaḏḏāfī audio…
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New Game: Breach (plus a discussion of the problems of n-in-a-row games)
The challenge has forced me to understand the problems of n-in-a-row games and to think creatively about avoiding them. My best success so far is Morro, but I’m…
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[erlang-questions] Potion: was "Erlang for youngsters"
Richard A. O’Keefe <> Mon Aug 18 09:40:49 CEST 2014 On 18/08/2014, at 6:48 PM, Dmitry Kolesnikov wrote: » On 17 Aug 2014, at 06:56, Michael Turner <> wrote: »>…
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How to Play Faro - Bicycle® Playing Cards
Sign up for Updates from Bicycle Enter your email below and we’ll keep you up to date with the latest news. Faro Game Type Casino Age Adults Players 2, 3, 4, 5,…
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Embedded in Academia : A Guide to Undefined Behavior in C and C++, Part 1
Also see Part 2 and Part 3.
Programming languages typically make a distinction between normal program actions and erroneous actions. For Turing-complete…
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Embedded in Academia : Proposal for a Friendly Dialect of C
{ 2014 08 27 } [This post is jointly authored by Pascal Cuoq, Matthew Flatt, and John Regehr.] In this post, we will assume that you are comfortable with the…
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Readings in Databases | Hacker News
Database Systems: The Complete Book by Garcia-Molina, Ullman, and Widom seems to be one of the few full books with decent coverage of implementing a database,…
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Readings in Databases
A list of papers essential to understanding databases and building new data systems.
The Five-Minute Rule Ten Years Later, and Other Computer Storage Rules of…
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Erlang and code style — Medium
Correct Erlang usage mandates you do not write any kind of defensive code. This is called intentional programming. You write code for the intentional control…
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The Last Line Effect
I have studied numbers of errors caused by using the Copy-Paste method and can assure you that programmers most often tend to make mistakes in the last fragment…
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Build Tools - Make, no more
Had to update some CSS on my site over the weekend, which led me to updating some LESS file. The template I use for the site uses Grunt, which forced me to…
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New Game: DITION | Abstract Games | BoardGameGeek
Lisandro Iaffar (Libertador) Argentina DITIONCharacteristics The essential idea behind the development of this game was to create a mechanism that would allow…
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Microservices for the Grumpy Neckbeard
Recently microservices have been getting a lot of attention, both positive and negative. Articles about them tend to fall into two camps, which I’ll…
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Race Games: Cyningstan
Here at Cyningstan we want to spread our enthusiasm for the traditional board games that have entertained people not just for centuries, but for millennia.…
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Extremely Honest Programming
The true cost of new features is one of the toughest things for Product Managers to understand. When you’ve got a full-time team of salaried developers at your…
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Game of Life News: Beyond Herschels
If you asked a fellow Life enthusiast for the most important GoL discoveries in the 1990s, the Herschel track must surely feature. With a few elementary…
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A Conversation with Alan Kay
When you want to gain a historical perspective on personal computing and programming languages, why not turn to one of the industry’s preeminent pioneers? That…
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Spielfrieks is an open discussion of sophisticated board and card games ()
Spielfrieks is an open discussion of sophisticated board and card games () W. Eric Martin | 26 Feb 19:42 2007 Fragor Fundraiser for Boardgame News: Win Hameln…
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Openism, IPism, Fundamentalism, and Pragmatism
I consider the 20th century to have ended on Sept. 15, 2008. On that day, U.S. financial-services firm Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy protection. This…
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Playing-card review 6: Wilhelm Tell cards
Wilhelm Tell cards are fairly common in the Central and Eastern Europe: Hungary, Austria, Slovenia, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Slovakia, western Romania and…
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Typed Logic: Dylan: the harsh realities of the market
So, this is a little case study. I did everything for Dylan. And when I say everything, I mean everything. Here’s my resumé:I got excited about Dylan as a user,…
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7 days ago
The 13th Warrior
THE 13TH WARRIOR sounds like a pretty badass thing to be, but let’s be clear: Ahmed ibn Fadlan (Antonio Banderas) is number thirteen out of thirteen. In other…
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7 days ago
Lessons In Manliness from Fight Club
SHARE “The first rule about fight club is you don’t talk about fight club.”
Today we’re gonna break the first rule with aplomb. Hey, everyone else does too.…
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5e Monster Manual - Before the Monsters
At Gencon, WOTC had some advanced copies of the Monster Manual, and they were kind enough to provide me with one. I won’t be sharing any images or anything from…
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Isomorphism
Have you ever considered all of the empty space on a Checkers board? Half of the squares are unused. You might legitimately ask why they’re even there.
That, of…
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8 days ago
Metamorphosis
Magic is, at its core, a game about change. I believe the reason that Magicis as healthy as it is (and has lasted as long as it has) stems from the fact that…
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review: If Hemingway Wrote JavaScript | found drama
Reading this book, I am reminded first of my friend Mike. Of an evening in Baltimore at a mutual friend’s home. Of vodka consumed and books given conversational…
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Mojo (board game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mojo is a two-player, 3 in-a-row abstract strategy board game played with original and unique “thrice-sliced-dice”. The pieces, handmade to order in India, are…
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SciFi Dune: Dune Genesis by Frank Herbert
This essay was originally published in the July 1980 issue of Omni Magazine. It has never been reprinted, and most DUNE fans have not had the opportunity to…
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Susan Polgar Chess Daily News and Information: The Strongest Chess Tournament in History
Rich As A King SC Privacy Policy Click on the picture above for the Privacy Policy of this blog Sofia Polgar Website Click on image to visit Sofia’s site Judit…
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[erlang-questions] Potion: was "Erlang for youngsters"
Richard A. O’Keefe <> Sun Aug 17 06:53:46 CEST 2014 On 17/08/2014, at 3:56 PM, Michael Turner wrote: > Has anyone ever done any /science/ on what makes a…
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Oasis (video game) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oasis is a turn-based strategy video game developed by Mind Control Software and published for Microsoft Windows by PlayFirst in April 2005. Konami released a…
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Drop7 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Drop7 is a puzzle game for play on devices running the operating systems Android and iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch). The game was developed by Area/Code…
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Tile-matching video game - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A is a type of puzzle video game where the player manipulates tiles in order to make them disappear according to a matching criterion.[1] In many tile-matching…
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The single most important Zendo strategy - Board Game Strategies
Zendo rules Zendo strategy Wiki
Zendo is an induction game, which means you have to apply the scientific method in order to win. In the game, a moderator…
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13 days ago
Monkey Traps | Vagabond Gamer
If you put a banana in a jar, and make a hole in the side of the jar that’s big enough for a monkey’s hand but not big enough for a banana, and affix the jar to…
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Vagabond Gamer | Design Thoughts From the Road
If you put a banana in a jar, and make a hole in the side of the jar that’s big enough for a monkey’s hand but not big enough for a banana, and affix the jar to…
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Groddeck
A Course in Miracles Home > I. Miracles > Ego > II. Disappearance > Groddeck > Shakespeare > King Lear > Merchant of Venice > Othello > Notes Dr. Georg Groddeck…
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Georg Groddeck, Georg Groddeck-Gesellschaft
Georg Groddeck Physician, Author, “Wild Analyst”, Social Reformer Man is inhabited by the unknown, the unconscious. “In him is an It, something wonderful which…
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Groddeeck: The Book of the It
Groddeck, Georg. (1923). The book
of the it. New York : International Universities Press, 1976.
(Original title: Das Buch vom Es) So, my dear, you want me to…
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Georg Groddeck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(13 October 1866 Bad Kösen – 10 June 1934 Knonau, near Zurich) was a physician and writer regarded as a pioneer of psychosomatic medicine. “He who draws the…
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The idea funnel
Have many ideas. Pick the right ones. Ditch the wrong ones. Succeed. Sounds simple! That’s the theory, anyway. I’ve been following a process that’s based on…
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Laurence Tratt: Another Non-Argument in Type Systems
October 25 2012
My firm belief is that statically and dynamically typed languages overlap in some ways, but differ in others. Each has tasks they are better…
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Clojure Compilation: Full Disclojure
The previous post looked at how a Hello World Clojure app is compiled. We saw how a Java source file compiles to a single Java class file while a comparable…
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The Decktet - An Addictive Alternate Card Deck from a Parallel World
As inventor P.D. Magnus puts it: “The Decktet is a collection of cards with suits, ranks, and named images. It is the kind of tarot deck they use in the…
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Laurence Tratt: The Bootstrapped Compiler and the Damage Done
December 4 2013
There are obvious advantages to creating a bootstrapped compiler. Most notably, it means that the language being designed and implemented is…
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Piecepack Article
When I was a lad, my folks used to visit my aunt and uncle to play cards. When I asked my father what games they played, he informed me that they usually played…
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X-COM - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
X-COM (sometimes stylized as X-Com) is a science fiction video game franchise featuring the titular fictional organization tasked with countering alien…
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FTL: Faster Than Light - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is a top-down, real time strategy video game created by indie developers Subset Games. In the game, the player controls the crew of a single spacecraft, holding…
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Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is a game developed by Australian company Infinite Interactive and published by D3 Publisher. The game combines role-playing with strategy and puzzle elements.…
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The S in REST
18 August 2014
REST is a vast improvement over complex things like SOAP and CORBA, but I think we still have a way to go before we’ve reached simple. REST is an…
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10+ years of designing games in public | Opensource.com
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I’m a board game designer. It’s a fun, creative, scary job and worlds away from my former career in…
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Post: Introducing Dragonmark Circulate
Communicating Sequential Processes (CSP) provides excellent patterns for building concurrent systems. Clojure’s core.async provides a Clojure implementation of…
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New Game: Clots
Last week I posted an update to my game Ketchup, the final version (fingers crossed) in a string of versions. In my tinkering I’ve come to grok its weaknesses,…
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The World of Abstract Games
[Jul 12] The Big Game Hunter external link [May 20] Product, Strike [Feb 27] Drommels [Jan 16] Stoical Go
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Clues for a General Game Design Methodology
Previous Section : Semantic Needs Next Section : Links “Star-scripting across the Universe…”
At this point, I don’t intend to make another script language…
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Clues for a General Game Design Methodology
Previous Section : Table of Contents Next Section : Semantic Needs “Reality in not user-friendly”
It is a good step to define what is the world’s conceptual…
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Clues for a General Game Design Methodology
”[…] We should be able to play a side-scrolling shooter on a Game Boy, figure out one cool aspect of it, and apply that idea to the 3D simulation we’re…
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Redefining the Abstract
Like this man, I’ve been working really hard on my definition
If you’re into abstract games and read the wondertubes, you’ve probably come across an article…
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The unwinnable game
Two humans - one Norwegian and one Indian - have been competing for the World Chess Championship. Neither of them would fancy their chances against the best…
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Some notes about Inside strategy after a couple dozen plays | Inside | BoardGameGeek
Russ Williams (russ) PolandWrocławDolny Śląsk My SO and I have played Inside a couple dozen times now. I’ve played with several other players of various skill…
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Let's Write a Transducer!
For me, Rich Hickey’s original post on transducers raised more questions than it answered. Stian Eikeland wrote a good guide on how to use them, but it didn’t…
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Random Placement in Design | This blog will self-destruct every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Most boardgames have random elements. It could be something small like player order or available resources at setup. Where that random element is placed in a…
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15 days ago
Games of Thrones? Popular Medieval Board Games
By Jenneka Janzen
Living without modern entertainment luxuries, what did medieval people do for fun? Surely it wasn’t all farm labour, praying, or jousting (to…
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17 days ago
Cherry 2000
CHERRY 2000 is a quirky post-apocalyptic adventure, one with a cool sci-fi western premise and alot of underlying oddness and satirical observation about life…
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Human Action
The masterpiece first appeared in German in 1940 and then disappeared, only to reappear in English in 1949. It was a sensation, the largest and most scientific…
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Predictability of abstract games: and some theory | Abstract Games | BoardGameGeek
Charles Zheng (snarles) United StatesColorado I define the “predictability” of an game as follows: can a player consistently win against another player with…
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19 days ago
Paul Chiusano: Solving the wrong problems (and why zippers are not all that useful)
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