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A Work Reaction Calculator by Eric E. Moore

Dr. Eric E. Moore holds a PhD in Theoretical Chemistry. In grad school the group's favorite saying was: "In theory there's no difference between theory and practice. In practice there is."
In theory, this talk is about a program to generate "work reactions" for use in computational chemistry. In practice it's a talk about translating high level, poorly specified functional requirements into working code, graph algorithms, and program design.

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  • prasad r.

    Informative talk. Give me seed ideas for some exploratory exercises in ....Prolog.

    April 22, 2014

  • Robert O.

    Post slide deck

    April 21, 2014

  • nick c.

    Wife's b-day so cant attend. But i'd love to see any info or presentation from the meetup. Lisp has taken me by storm and I look forward to advice on structuring Lisp software to solve theoretical/real problems

    2 · January 18, 2014

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