NeuroLab 1.2.1 Released

Released NeuroLab 1.2.1: http://neurolab.bitbucket.org

Neurocognitive Linguistics is an approach to linguistics developed by Sydney Lamb (http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~lamb/) which uses relational networks to model what the brain actually does when it handles language. You can read more about it at the LangBrain site (http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~lngbrain/main.htm) and Glottopedia (http://www.glottopedia.de/index.php/Neurocognitive_linguistics).

Neurocognitive Linguistics Lab (“NeuroLab” for short) is a program for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux that allows you to experiment with relational networks using a convenient GUI, and record the results of your experiments in tabular form.

IronMeta 2.1 Released

IronMeta version 2.1 has been released.

Version 2.1 contains some refactoring, miscellaneous bug fixes, as well as:

  • Better error handling and reporting.
  • Added IronMeta.Matcher.CharMatcher.Input() and IronMeta.Matcher.CharMatcher.Trimmed() for more convenient string handling.
  • Added min/max repeats syntax (e.g. 'a' {1, 3}).

IronMeta is an implementation of Alessandro Warth’s OMeta metaprogramming system in C#. It provides a packrat parser generator that generates parsers for Parsing Expression Grammars that operate on arbitrary streams of objects.