Welcome to hakank's Home Page
Home of http://www.hakank.org, Håkan Kjellerstrand ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
Svensk version av denna sida. hakank.blogg
: my webblogg. Mostly in Swedish, but
there are quite a few links which may be interesting even if you don't
understand the text.
My Constraint Programming Blog
: My blog about Constraint Programming and related paradigms.
Arrays in Flux
: Blog about programming/programming languages, mathematics, machine learning/data mining, AI, etc.
for the tweets.
CV and work related interests (English)
CV etc (in Swedish)
Note: Earlier I also had the email address
email@example.com but it has been discontinued by the provider.
My B-Prolog page B-Prolog is a Prolog supporting CLP, tabling, foreach loops, arrays and list-comprehensions
My Mathematica page Mathematica is a system for symbolic mathematics (and supports a lot of other math related things as well)
My AIMMS+CP page AIMMS is a commercial Operations Research/Constraint Programming system
Constraint-based constraint poetry constraint poetry (or "poetry") generated by Constraint Programming
My AMPL page AMPL is a mathematical programming system. Most models where written in Autumn 2007 and Spring 2008
My Project Euler page Pointers to my implementations of some Project Euler problems
My JSR-331 page JSR-331 is a Java specification for Constraint Programming API
My Numberjack page Numberjack is a Constraint Programming system in Python
My J page Programming language J
My Frink page General programming language with converting between a huge number of different units as a feature
My OscaR page Constraint Programming in Scala (former called Scampi)
My PDDL page (planning, PDDL = "Planning Domain Definition Language")
My SABR page (Constraint Programming, emphasis on spatial and temporal logic)
My JaCop/Scala page (Constraint Programming)
My APL page APL (programming language)
My K/Kona page K (programming language)
My Icon/Unicon page Unicon/Icon (programming language)
My Perl 6 page Perl 6
My Answer Set Programming page declarative programmming paradigm
My Google CP solver page Constraint Programming with implementations in Python, Java, and C#
My Zinc page Constraint Programming
My SETL page programming language SETL (programs in GNU SETL and SetlX)
My JGAP page genetic programming, symbolic regression using the JGAP system
My Eureqa/Formulize page equation discovery with genetic programming
My SICStus Prolog page Constraint Programming
My Pop-11/Poplog page Pop-11 is a great programming language, used for e.g. Artificial Intelligence.
Data mining, machine learning etc
My MiniZinc page Constraint Programming
My JaCoP page Constraint Programming in Java
My Choco page Constraint Programming in Java
My Gecode/R page Constraint Programming in Ruby and Gecode
My Comet page Constraint Programming, also constraint-based local search and mixed integer programming
My Gecode page Constraint Programming in C++
My ECLiPSe page Constraint Programming, Prolog based system
My Essence'/Tailor/Savile Row page Constraint Programming
Common constraint problems a link collection of Constraint Programming problems that are implemented in at least two systems
Simulation, probability theory etc
My movies (not complete, but a start)
Social Network Analysis and Complex Networks (in Swedish)
Systemdynamik - System Dynamics (Swedish)
The Litterary Corner, my own fictions, poems etc (in Swedish)
Comments and Notes
MakeRegex Make a regex (regular expression) from a list of words. A Perl module and example. Also as a Java Applet.
Other useless (and not so useless) programs (perhaps useful for recreational linguistics and recreational mathematics)
Some emacs elisp functions
Taijiquan (Tai chi chuan)
Probably the only advertisment on my site:
, the famous Swedish web book
store, of which I once (as a consultant) was senior developer, programmer, sometimes project manager, and now my employer. Some of my early
. (Links to bokus.)
This is a link to
Svenska Tai Chi Chuan Institutet
, founded by Klas Larsson, my teacher in
Tai Chi Chuan/Taijiquan
. Text mostly in Swedish.
And later in this sentence is a link to the site of Magnus Bodin:
. He has done a lot of fun stuff.
Search my site with google
If you by any chance want to contact me, please feel free to mail me