I don’t have enough time to blog these days but I tweet so frequently. It sounds like a contradiction, huh? I spent my whole weekend trying to simulate standart and improved Booth Radix(2,4,8, and 16) Multipliers.
I decided to use python to implement the simulator. It’d be ruby, java … etc. but
timing was a big issue. I had to understand all the algorithms and implement, then, prepare a performance analysis report. Python saved my life, it took 2 nights to implement and port it as win32 application for windows users who don’t have python interpreter installed. It was quite useful to develop and share because If you are living in a third world country, you can share your (python, ruby, haskel,perl,ocaml …etc. ) project source code with anyone
who asks it. Because, probably, most of the computer science (and engineering) students including graduate ones don’t know about the computer languages like python. Their response will be, “…mm, strange … what does this small code snippet do? ….”. Yes, it is strange and that small piece of code is the core of the algorithm…. etc. People who have extreme D&D (Drag & Drop) capabilities without knowledge are dominated in Turkey. Yes, I mean Microsoftian people.
By the way, I’m trying to finialize my studies on IR (which is specific to Turkish language) to send it local conference which will be held in Harran Uni.
I didn’t mention about the new year as I did in the past because, things are same. I’m still:
- student, trying to work on semantic techs. like semantic web.
- single, looking for the luckiest lady 🙂
- waiting for the coolest companies to discover me. Google would be fine but I’m OK with IBM or Apple too 🙂