[erlang-questions] few questions: common sense is not so common
Fri May 9 12:58:32 CEST 2008
Here you go.
Introducing erl-dectree (i know, name is lame ;)
Feel free to do whatever you want. It is licensed under new BSD
license. Documentation is located in docs/documentation.pdf (i'll
upload source file if someone wants it).
It is my first open source project, hence feel free to point at errors
if found and i'll be grateful for any advices :)
On 5/8/08, Gleb Peregud <> wrote:
> On 5/8/08, db <> wrote:
>> Do you have a link where I can download erlang version of distributed
>> decision support tree? I don't feel like reinventing the wheel.
>> On Wed, May 7, 2008 at 4:20 PM, Gleb Peregud <> wrote:
>>> q4) and q5) looks like one i had while implementing distributed
>>> decision trees construction algorithm. Is your task similar to this
>>> btw, is anyone interested in distributed decision trees construction
>>> algorithm written in Erlang? I've written it as one of the projects at
>>> the University. Frankly speaking it is not efficient (~10% speedup
>>> with 2 computers instead of 1), but probably it may be improved quite
>>> easily :) Documentation is included.
>>> Gleb Peregud
>>> Every minute is to be grasped.
>>> Time waits for nobody.
>>> -- Inscription on a Zen Gong
>> Thank you,
>> That which we persist in doing becomes easier for us to do; not that
>> the nature of the thing itself is changed, but that our power to do is
>> -Ralph Waldo Emerson
> Because few people showed interest in it, i'll publish it on Google
> Code asap (unfortunately time is against me).
> But i have to warn you: It is not written as an OTP application. It is
> one of the first Erlang programs written by me, hence there are
> probably things, which are written not in the true erlangish way. And
> probably it won't be very easy to grasp, because documentation is not
> Gleb Peregud
> Every minute is to be grasped.
> Time waits for nobody.
> -- Inscription on a Zen Gong
Every minute is to be grasped.
Time waits for nobody.
-- Inscription on a Zen Gong
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