Software & CompSci
Papers

Algebraic File Synchronization: Adequacy and Completeness
By Elod Csirmaz and
Laszlo Csirmaz.
A new paper on the algebra of data synchronisation which contains stronger and more rigorous results than before,
and extends their scope to more data types.
We investigate the algebraic properties of filesystem command sequence pairs that are applicable to the same data structure,
and use these results to show that the reconciliation problem has a unique maximal solution.
The syntactical properties of this solution also allow for an efficient algorithm to produce it.
Available on arXiv.org.

Interpreting Neural Networks by Reducing Nonlinearities during Training
A short paper and sample code demonstrating a simple solution that makes it possible
to extract rules from a neural network that employs Parametric Rectified Linear Units (PReLUs).
We introduce a force, applied in parallel to backpropagation,
that aims to reduce PReLUs into the identity function, which then causes the neural network
to collapse into a smaller system of linear functions and inequalities suitable for
review or use by human decision makers.
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More on GitHub »


Algebraic File Synchronization: Adequacy and Completeness
In this paper we investigate file synchronization. We define algorithms for update detection and reconciliation
over an algebraic system of filesystem operations with high information content,
and present rigorous proofs that they work as intended and cannot be improved on.
Available on arXiv.org.
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An Algebraic Approach to File Synchronization
Norman Ramsey and Előd Csirmaz, “An Algebraic Approach to File Synchronization,”
in
Proceedings of the Joint 8th European Software Engineering Conference and
9th ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering
(New York: ACM Press, 2001), 175–185.
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A Transmission Protocol over the LP Port
László Csirmaz and
Elod Csirmaz,
“
Egy kommunikációs protokoll [A Transmission Protocol over the LP port],”
in Híradástechnika
2003/03,
42–
46.
We present and test a communication protocol using the line printer port with automatic synchronisation
where bits or trits are transmitted as state changes.
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Software

Superloop: Complex RNN Models
A "superloop" is an extra loop that connects the output of a recursive neural network (RNN)
back to its input in the next timestep via one or more external
systems.
This project contains:
a framework to build RNNs with a superloop in TensorFlow/Keras,
an implementation of a simple gated recurrent unit,
an implementation of a registerbased memory unit,
and an implementation of an attention system that allows the network to move freely along the input
data.
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Trainable Online Clustering
Exploring recognizing unseen clusters with a neural network.
Given an initial, labeled batch of data, we aim to train a system
that is capable of classifying a stream of data and recognizing new classes
it has not yet seen.
More and get the code »

PHP_Beautifier filters
Filters for PHP_Beautifier that
keep empty lines in the source,
break argument lists and arrays
into multiple lines, or change how assignment operators are spaced.


ESFS
A filesystem in C based on FUSE that supports snapshots.
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More projects

nn_rnd_training
Train neural nets using smart random walk without backpropagation (TensorFlow).

Manatee
Manatee checks whether the expected values (means) of two samples are significantly different using bootstrapping.

ComfySQL
is a PHP convenience class for MySQL databases.

SQLBrite
is a PHP convenience class for SQLite3 access.

EdnaScript
is a JavaScript (ES5) preprocessor that makes it easy to write
objectoriented code.
Earlier projects
Some old pieces of software for MSDOS systems
Use the
DosBox emulator to run these applications

Solit: classic solitaire
 Includes hints; has an autoplay function; games can be restarted and reloaded
 Download the executable:
solit.exe
 Read the
documentation
 Get the source on
GitHub



Various automata
Long ago, I experimented with recursive patterns and Turing machines.
See some screenshots