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BioLisp.org (Intelligent applications in BioComputing) is a web site that supports scientists who use Lisp for developing intelligent bioinformatics applications. It provides source code, links to rel...
Bioinformatics in Lisp, the BioBike project
A complete website with documentation, tutorials, and a Weblistener
allowing you to develop and execute bioinformatics algorithms written
in Lisp on a set of cyanobacterial genomes.
Fast Floating-Point Processing in Common Lisp
Paper by R.J. Fateman, K.A. Broughan, D.K. Willcock and D. Rettig published in ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software (TOMS), Volume 21, Issue 1 (March 1995), pages 26-62.
The paper explores the b...
Interview with Samantha Kleinberg on CL-GODB, Common Lisp & Bioinformatics
An article in which Emre Sevinc interviews Samantha Kleinberg, one of the 2005 Google Summer of Code developers. Her project, CL-GODB, is a bioinformatics system written in Common Lisp.
KnowOS: A Knowledge Operating System
An operating system in which knowledge, rather than files or tables, is the primary representational basis. Used to implement BioBike.
On using Common Lisp for Scientific Computing
Paper by Nicholas Neuss. Proceedings of the CISC Conference 2002, LNCSE, Springer-Verlag, 2003.
It supports the use of Lisp for scientific applications by comparing the performance of C and Lisp imple...
The Rise and Fall of Lisp at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory
This is the story of the rise and fall of Lisp at the Jet Propulsion Lab as told from Erann Gat's personal (and highly biased) point of view. He discusses Lisp's contributions to NASA's mission, why i...