I have been knocking around the idea of a robotic learning project.
A few questions:
Is linux suited to this sort of project, can it be speeded up slimmed
down for this sort of number crunching?
Is there are existing programs dealing with machine learning, classifier
systems etc written for linux.
How difficult is it to use NQC a. on linux b. at all for this sort of
Is it possible to control Mindstorms without using the language supplied
(i think it's NQC but i'm getting a bit paranoid) a. under linux b. at
And finally would anybody like to give me a. lots of money for some
mindstorms b. lots of mindstorms.
Hope someone can be of help,
p.s. sorry about a. the only slight linux relevance and b. all the a.b.
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