Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Part of the little logic programming workshop with some Portugal folks happened today. I learned some new things about what simrob is up to these days. Didn't really understand Vitor's talk much ~ kind of cool that they are dealing with big datasets and/or big sort-of-virtual datasets that exist implicitly in the form of inference. Reminds me of bhudson's storing triangulations without the triangles.
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