Conexp-Clj - A Research Tool for FCA

Tom Hanika, Johannes Hirth
2019 International Conference on Formal Concept Analysis  
There is a plenitude of software programs to analyze data sets using notions from formal concept analysis (FCA). For example, there are 64 FCA related projects listed on GitHub. Those are developed in ten different programming languages and provide tools and libraries for computing formal concepts and alike. The research tool conexp-clj sticks out in this list. It is the only application in the FCA realm developed using the programming language Clojure, which is a modern, dynamic, and
more » ... dialect of the Lisp programming language running on the Java platform. We summarize in this work the extensive set of notions from FCA that are covered by conexp-clj, show recent developments, present simple examples on a real world data set and depict a timeline for our next goals.
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