GRAIL Project Initiated

GRAIL Project Initiated

dANN is being split up into multiple smaller projects and rewritten. The GRAIL project will serve as the new core layer for dANN and other libraries pulled out from dANN. GRAIL is an algorithm implementation layer that allows arbitrary algorithms to be backed, and executed, from a graph database. The backing graph database can be either an on-disk server instance or a purely local in-memory...

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dANN version 2.1 Released!

dANN version 2.1 Released!

We released dANN version 2.1 today, shortly after release of version 2.0. dANN is an Artificial Intelligence and Artificial Genetics library targeted at employing conventional algorithms as well as acting as a platform for research & development of novel algorithms. As new algorithms are developed and proven to be effective they will be integrated into the core library. It is currently...

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The Ferma Project has been Released!

The Ferma Project has been Released!

Syncleus released Ferma version 2.0.0 today, the first official version release. The Ferma project has been created as an alternative to the TinkerPop Frames project. Redesigned for performance and additional features. Unlike with Frames, annotated classes in Ferma have their abstract methods implemented using code generation during start-up with Byte Buddy, avoiding the need for proxy classes....

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Monthly Update – December 2010 Edition

I would like to take a minute early this December and share a monthly update with everyone. Since we have a good deal of backlog to make up for, and with the holidays already here, I thought I’d share this update a bit early this month. A lot has been going on and with the backlog this is sure to be a long update, so please bear with me. For starters I’d like to talk about some new...

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Why Open-Source?

Why Open-Source?

When people first hear about Syncleus they always seem to have the same question: “Why Open-Source? How do you make money with an Open-Source business model?” People often recognize the benefits to the community, and perhaps even the progress and advancement of innovation, in this case, mainly towards more intelligent computer programs. But people don’t often talk about the...

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New Host

New Host

We have recently moved from our old host (SevenL) to a brand new one (1and1) and have spent considerable effort moving over all our servers to the new host. The move is mostly complete now (only the mail servers remain). Let us know if you have any problems or slow connections You may be wondering why we moved, it’s simple. SevenL has no form of web interface to help us administrate our...

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