Solr is an open-source freetext indexing/searching platform from the Apache Lucene project. There is a new Allegro CL interface to Solr which is available on the Franz Inc. Github site. This package allows Allegro CL applications to communicate with a running Solr server, add and delete documents, and run queries to retrieve indexed records.
Downloading instructions and other documentation are available here.
Following closely on our June announcement at the SemTech conference of 310 Billion triples, we are proud to announce that we have achieved the industry's first load and query of 1 trillion RDF triples. We believe this is a major milestone for scalability of Semantic Web Projects.
Total load was 1,009,690,381,946 triples in just over 338 hours for an average rate of 829,556 triples per second.
See the full press release here.
Allegro CL for the Mac needs to be updated (with new library files)in order to work with the new Mac OS X Lion operating system (version 10.7). Doing a standard update with sys:update-allegro or with the Download Patches dialog in the IDE will prepare you to run on Lion. Unfortunately, if you upgrade to Lion before doing an update, Allegro CL will not work. In that case, you must download and install the necessary files by hand. The files are available here on our current patch LOG page. (Installation is done by moving the downloaded files to the Allegro CL directory.) Note there are different files for the 32-bit Lisp and the 64-bit Lisp (2 each) and for Allegro CL Express (one file).
See this FAQ item for details.
View the recently recorded session conversation and presentation of Mr. Glenn House as he describes the use cases and applications for 2Is' Common Lisp based products.
About 2Is Inc. 2Is designs and develops logistics decision support and Independent Verification and Validation enterprise systems that have demonstrated tens of millions of dollars in reduced total cost of inventory ownership for the military and OEM supply chain. 2Is applications have been proven under multiple DOD Test and Evaluation contracts. 2Is applications are provided to external customers in a Software as a Service (SaaS) model and are served securely over the Internet. The development process is monitored by internal Quality Assurance staff and externally registered and audited to CMMI Level 3 standards.
Watch the video here.
AllegroServe now compresses and uncompresses files on the fly. It does this using the new deflate module (Note this module depends on a system Library which may not be available on all platforms. If that library is missing, things will still work but files will not be compressed.) Inflation of compressed files was already supported. What is new is the deflation of files. Both inflation and deflation are done by special streams which work as text is written or read.
For additional information, see here.
NoSQL Now! is a new conference covering the dynamic field of NoSQL technologies (Not Only SQL). It is a vendor-neutral forum celebrating the diversity of NoSQL technologies and helping businesses develop objective evaluation processes to match the right NoSQL solutions with the right business challenge.
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We are presenting - "When Relational Technology Can't do the Job"
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Lispix is a public domain image analysis program and is useful for processing and analyzing images, and stacks of images or data cubes. Image pixels can be bit, integer, real, complex and color. While including basic image processing functions found in NIH Image, ImageJ, and in some commercial programs, it features a collection of special purpose research tools for electron microscopy and spectral imaging at NIST. Many of the tools incorporated into Lispix have been useful for other researchers.
For additional information, see here.
BECOME ALLEGRO CERTIFIED - To obtain your Allegro CL Certification enroll in our LIVE Program which offers developers an opportunity to learn and improve their Lisp programming skills from the comfort of their home or office while interacting with the Franz instructor.
Lisp Programming Series Level I: Basic Lisp Essentials - October 12, 19, and 26
Lisp Programming Series Level II: Specialized Components of Lisp - November 2, 9, and 16
For additional information and to register, see here.
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