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Re: [ANN] An impudent introduction to Guile

From: Amirouche Boubekki
Subject: Re: [ANN] An impudent introduction to Guile
Date: Fri, 05 Feb 2016 19:55:43 +0100
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Héllo Panicz,

Le 2016-02-05 00:09, Panicz Maciej Godek a écrit :
I am pleased to announce that I just finished my booklet titled

A Pamphlet against R
Computational Intelligence with Guile Scheme

The pamphlet introduces (in a truly impertinent manner) a set of
libraries that I have been developing over the last few months,
including topics like:

- genetic algorithms
- fuzzy logic
- decision trees
- clusterization

and more!

The book (in both pdf and LaTeX) is available with the required
libraries under the Creative Commons license at [1]


I skimmed over the book and it's really good, my take away:

- I should probably study better how you introduce match
- I learned new ways to create specification and apply algorithms
- The subject is *very* interesting

Also maybe to make the book even more interesting for people that want
to decide between s/scheme/guile (!) and R: add extra illustrations for
each chapter. It can be nice to have more examples of what a particular
algorithm can be used for. I mean exercices without solution (yet).
This is not useful for people that already know the field but help
people that want to jump into the buzz feed.

A chapter about Natural Language Processing/Understading would have been
extra nice, but I'm not sure it's doable in this format.

All the best!

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