Just started seeing my codes having issues with the new commands on 3.5, it has been a mess. Overall I think I got like 4 different Python installs on my system and legacy code is annoying.
Currently working with Discord.py on some fun stuff and the thesis, life is pain.
Currently used by chemical engineers, Aspen + Matlab for chemical process simulation.
Literally, this darned plotter has been an issue for a long time. I have to work on the VHDL side and then modify the plotter because its reading the values wrong. Here're some test files I'm using.
Its been a heavy week for me as I struggle to use Time Encoding and SpikeProp to create some image filters. I'm trying to do something neat using Spiking Neural Networks, alas there's so little information on the net and I'm short on time to develop it.
Time Encoding Machines are devices that transform a signal from the frequency to the time domain. They're subjects of recent interest due to the hypotheses that neural networks encode information on the precise timing of spikes rather than the amplitude or spike number that was expected. This allows neurons to process high amounts of information on the milliseconds range like vision or sound.
I'm trying to make a neural network using Izhikevich but I still have a long way to go. Current attempts at computing an AND gate using Izhikevich.
So far I've been using Python more and more for computer science related activities. My hate and disdain for Matlab continues as I'm amazed by the huge amount of libraries and utilities available for free on the Python environment and I've slowly become enamored with the clean coding that can be achieved with this language.
I'm currently working on a huge GUI made with Python and the delay in performance is not noticeable compared to the chore it would have been to program it on something like C/C++ (and I tried that already...).
If I had to say which language to use I would say:
-Python for prototyping and automation goodies. Amazing at scientific computing.
-C/C++ for high performance time consuming applications. Preferably as inner logic to Cython.
-Processing for eye candy and embedded apps. Preferably to beginner programmers.
About the Author / Sobre el autor
I'm Angel Arturo, currently studying an Engineering Master at UPV. I love Programming, reading, playing chess, watching anime and having long talks about philosophy, science and technology.