I am searching for Granular Computing implementations using Perl but I have not found anything, yet. Does anyone here have any pointer to such implementations?
On my side, I started porting code I had written in other languages to Perl. The first piece I did was a Fuzzy C-Means implementation. I posted it on lin0's scratchpad. Any comment on how to improve it would be welcome. Now, the thing is that I do not want to spend time writing code that is already available. So, if anyone has already written some granular computing code and were willing to share it, I would love to have a look at it. Maybe, we could work together to implement additional functions (or why not, to write a CPAN module). If there is nothing out there, I just keep porting my own code.
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