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GAssist and GALE Now Available in Python

Ryan Urbanowicz has released Python versions of GAssits and GALE!!! Yup, so excited to see a new incarnation of GALE doing the rounds. I cannot wait to get my hands on it. Ryan has also done an excellent job porting UCS, XCS, and MCS to Python and making those implementations available via “LCS & GBML central” for […]

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  3. Transcoding NIGEL 2006 videos

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Temporary storage for Meandre’s distributed flow execution

Designing the distributed execution of a generic Meandre flow involves several moving pieces. One of those is the temporary storage required by the computing nodes (think of it as one node as one isolated component of a flow) to keep up with the data generated by a component, and also be able to replicate such […]

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  1. Easy, reliable, and flexible storage for Python
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  3. Meandre: Semantic-Driven Data-Intensive Flow Engine

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