The beginners' guide to Redcode, v1.21
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The beginners' guide to Redcode, v1.21
Core War (or Core Wars) is a programming game where assembly programs try to destroy each other in the memory of a simulated computer. The programs (or warriors) are written in a special language called Redcode, and run by a program called MARS (Memory Array Redcode Simulator).

Lenna 97: A Complete Story of Lenna
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Lenna 97: A Complete Story of Lenna
Engineers, researchers, and students who are familiar with image processing or compression has most likely used the picture of "Lenna" or "Lena" in their experiments or project assignments, as the Lenna picture is one of the most widely used standard test images. Today, the use of Lenna image has been recognized as one of the most important events in the history of electronic imaging. However, very few people have seen the original picture and know the complete story of Lenna.

Bayeux Historic Tale Construction Kit
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Historic Tale Construction Kit
Originally conceived as a Flash application and implemented by two german students, Karnebogen and Jungbluth, the Historic Tale Construction Kit is no more.

To preserve one of the first meme generators on the web, the kit recreated in HTML and JavaScript.

The Internet Pinball Machine Database
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The Internet Pinball Machine Database
The Internet Pinball Machine Database — also known as the IPD or IPDB — is a comprehensive, searchable listing of virtually every pinball machine ever commercially made. It is an ad free, popup free, registration free resource.

Lyric Writing For Crap Lyric Writers
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Lyric Writing For Crap Lyric Writers | Guitar Columns @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com
Even if you can already play through every Satriani record from memory, and everyone in your family including weird Aunt Ida tells you that you’re a genius, you’ve still got a long way to go.

An Etymologist's View of the World
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An Etymologist's View of the World
It looks like a normal map, but once you start reading, it becomes clear that the "Atlas of True Names" is not at all conventional. It is an etymological trip around the world.

The Hello World Collection
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The Hello World Collection
The programs in this collection are intended to be as minimal as possible in the respective language. They are meant to demonstrate how to output Hello World as simply as possible, not to show off language features.

enigma
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enigma
A three rotor enigma emulator and visualizer in flash
3DVCE
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3DVCE
3DVCE combines a genetic algorithm (GA) with a physics engine and a 3D graphics engine. As the user, you have the ability to configure many aspects of this evolution, including the size of the population, the probabilities for mutation and crossover, various parameters that govern restrictions on creature bodies... etc. You also have some flexibility in specifying the "fitness" measure that will be applied to your population of creatures.

A toy call-by-push-value language
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A toy call-by-push-value language « Mathematics and Computation
The more interesting new animal is levy (written by Matija Pretnar and myself), an implementation of Paul Levy’s call-by-push-value language. If you only know about Haskell’s call-by-name and ML’s call-by-value, I invite you to learn about call-by-push-value.