On Mon, Jul 20, 2015 at 09:00:14AM +0200, klaus schilling wrote:
> Artificial neural networks, support vector machines, regression, smart
> classification/regression trees, and som on require heavy number
> crunching, such as inverting large matrices. Numpy (one of the modules
> used by python's most popular machine learning module) does this by
> accessing the standard Fortran libraries (BLAS, LAPACK). Would that be
> possible from picolisp?
Yes. Better in pil64, with 'native' calls.