Laboratory Robotics with Common Lisp

To stave off the never-ending questions — variations on the theme of “Where is Loper? Why the wait?” I would like to confess the following: I live a double life!

I spend my days… working! For money!  So that I can eat.

Here is my current commercial project.

It is a laboratory robotics controller, based on the Programming by Demonstration paradigm.  The beast is made of ~10,000 lines of Common Lisp, sitting on SBCL/Linux.  Much of the code relates to semi-automated protocol reverse-engineering (for adding support for new lab instruments.)

This entry was written by Stanislav , posted on Wednesday November 23 2011 , filed under Cold Air, Lisp, LoperOS, NonLoper . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

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