Julia

Is Deriving from a Concrete Class Bad?

Written by on August 7, 2016 in Julia, Programming with 0 Comments

In my first post on Julia, I noted that the language does not allow deriving from a concrete (i.e., non-abstract) class. It definitely came as a surprise because in most OO languages (C++, Java, Scala, C#, etc.) such a restriction does not exist. It is true that when you design an inheritance hierarchy, you have […]

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Using Julia to Interact with Mathematica

Written by on July 22, 2016 in Julia, Mathematica, Programming with 0 Comments
Using Julia to Interact with Mathematica

Mathematica is a powerful environment for symbolic and numerical computation. I have been using it for many years now. In this postĀ I had explained how we can use Mathematica bundled with Raspberry distribution to control littleBits devices. When I saw that there is support in Julia for interacting with Mathematica, I decided to investigate it […]

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Multimethods in Julia

Written by on July 7, 2016 in Julia, Programming with 0 Comments
Multimethods in Julia

I got interested in Julia programming language quite recently, primarily because of a project involving image processing and machine learning. The language is still evolving, but already has a rich set of features and a good collection of external librariesĀ covering many areas. One of the highlights of the language is its highly optimised code generation, […]

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