Software and files (made by me or by others) that you might find useful or interesting.
- code in C of a sparse random network of leaky integrate-and-fire neurons, from my github (low volume).
- My BibTeX file (updated on 3 Mar 2015).
- Solutions to a few problems from Dayan & Abbott, using NumPy (a free alternative to matlab based on Python).
jack.wis the CWEB code I wrote to find the optimal policy for Jack's car rental problem (example 4.2 of Sutton & Barto's book). To convert the source file to a prettily-readable document (pdf) run first
cweave jack.w, and compile the generated
- LaTeXdiff is a handy perl script by F. Tillman that marks up the differences between two LaTeX files. It is now available as binary package for Debian and Ubuntu.
- Visualizing the evolution of chaotic systems (visual sugar).