[Pipet Users] Piper & Overflow problem

J.W. Bizzaro jeff at bioinformatics.org
Mon Jan 22 20:02:40 EST 2001

Karl-Max Wagner wrote:
> Maybe I should tell you what I want to do with piper: I am
> developing a system for softradio design, which takes a block
> diagram of a system, makes a mthematical model of it, runs it
> against a path simulation, and finally synthesizes DSP code from
> a library of functions to be loaded into prefabricated softradio
> testboxes. The whole stuff is to be released under GNU/GPL as
> soon as I have a working prototype. After that the design can be
> tested in real life. Not that unlike what FreeSpeech does. The
> idea of piper suits my needs very well because a data flow
> oriented GUI frontend is pretty much what is needed for my
> application.

Cool.  Then, perhaps you *MIGHT* be interested in helping with the development
of Overflow/Piper.  Of course, I'm sure you'd like to see it working first
;-)  If you are interested, contact me directly about getting an account, CVS
access, etc. on our server.

In any case, it sounds like you and Jean-Marc have a lot to talk about. 
Personally, I'm from the "Loci" end of Piper, and my interests lie in
distributed data processing for scientific research.  But, I think our
mixed-bag of backgrounds will be an asset in the long run.

J.W. Bizzaro                                           jeff at bioinformatics.org
Director, Bioinformatics.org: The Open Lab     http://bioinformatics.org/~jeff
"All those scientists--they're all alike!  They say they're working for us,
but what they really want is to rule the world!" 
  -- Angry Villager, Young Frankenstein

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