Saturday, August 9, 2008

Another test.

Some of the posts coming through a feed seem to be completely screwed up with this new stylesheet. I changed the stylesheet tag to use <pre> instead of a custom class and this seems to work on the blog itself. But when I went to the reader, one of the posts looked ok, but another looked wrong. I'm encouraged by the first, but maybe I'm being fooled by some cacheing that's going on somewhere. I'm going to make a few more test posts. If it works or fails, I'd like to know. (If you have hints, etc. It'd be nice, too.)
(define (iter tree))
     (car efficiently
  ;; wite-char #\space)))
     (if (> (cdr entrees)
 (displambda (term)
      (scand (pair? tree)
  (if (leaf-node? thing)
   (n (right-child tree)))
  (n (right-child tree tree)
  (if (leaf-node? tree tree)
    (probabilith the assumption that all-terms))))))

 (for-each-list-points terms an intep trees)
        (define (do-term term)
     (display b)
   (let ((best-a alpha beta m N)
    (do ((i 0 (+ i 1))) (if (/ (* *alpha* (gamma-point dp)
      (gamma-ratio num 0)
   (if (> rl (d (right-child right-child)
     (do-it level tree)
         (set ((pi_k))
    (num den)
  ;; Compute gamma (n tree))
        (hash-tree (cluster-data-points terms tree)
  (d (left-child tree)))

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Xach said...

Looks good, except for it's Scheme and not CL!

Joe Marshall said...

Great! I'll leave it like this then. Alas, my style-sheet fu is not good enough to make Scheme look like Common Lisp.