Ben Blamey

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I created the following software relating to the HASTE project, used in (e.g.) this paper
https://github.com/HASTE-project/cellprofiler-pipeline
https://github.com/HASTE-project/k8s-deployments
https://github.com/HASTE-project/HasteStorageClient
https://github.com/HASTE-project/haste-gateway
https://github.com/HASTE-project/haste-agent/tree/0.1

A current project is to extend this work into the HASTE-o-matic system:
https://github.com/benblamey/hom-2

Additionally, I created/contributed to prototype software to support the development of pipelines for HASTE:
https://github.com/benblamey/haste_example_processing_node
https://github.com/HASTE-project/windowed-conformal-model
https://github.com/HASTE-project/haste-image-analysis-container
https://github.com/HASTE-project/haste-report-generator
https://github.com/HASTE-project/haste-ansible
https://github.com/HASTE-project/dockercloud-rockmongo
https://github.com/HASTE-project/microscope-simulator

I am also a contributor to HarmonicIO (used in this paper):
https://github.com/HASTE-project/HarmonicIO
https://github.com/HASTE-project/HarmonicPE
https://github.com/HASTE-project/HarmonicIOSetup
https://github.com/benblamey/HarmonicSC

I have published HASTE-related software to DockerHub and PyPI:
https://pypi.org/project/haste-storage-client/ , https://pypi.org/project/harmonicio/

I created benchmarking tools used in this paper:
https://github.com/HASTE-project/benchmarking-tools

My ansible deployment scripts for Apache Spark and HDFS have been used in various papers, my Apache Spark teaching, and by students and colleagues in other departments for teaching Apache Spark:
https://github.com/HASTE-project/spark-hdfs-deployment

I contributed to software used in this paper:
https://github.com/HASTE-project/bin-packing-paper

My Jupyter Notebooks (Python), for the Apache Spark teaching:
https://github.com/benblamey/jupyters-public

Source code for the SAESNEG pipeline (for my PhD Thesis):
https://github.com/benblamey/SAESNEG
https://github.com/benblamey/com.benblamey.core

I adapted the StanfordNLP Toolkit to use my distributed-semantics approach to handling temporal expressions. See: this paper
https://github.com/benblamey/stanford-nlp .
As part of this project, I mined data from Flickr to create distributed semantic definitions of temporal expressions: https://github.com/benblamey/benblamey.flickrtempex


Also...

An extremely quick'n'dirty Latex to HTML converter (can be used to convert Latex to MSWord). Or, in combination with the auto-reload & headingsmap Firefox extensions, can be used to create an instant, navigable live browser preview of Latex Code.

when_changed is simple utility to run a command when a file changes. Windows only. download (Win).



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