Monthly Archives: March 2017


My inner paramedic is highly alerted because of this Network traffic curve Background: Cheyne-Stokes respiration, a sign for potential damages in the nervous system.

Benchmarking tool - Flops

Flops is a nice tool for benchmarking floating point operations of a CPU. Under Arch Linux i had some problems compiling it, because the static linking towards openmp was not working properly. I've made a fork, fixed the issue by removing the -static flag (and replaces -std=c++0x to -std=c++11) and a pull request in the… Read More »

OCaml interpreter - Adding history support

I need to learn OCaml for one of my computer science courses. Although I am more the procedural programmer type, I like some of the concepts of functional languages and am also using them on a daily basis. Some of the concepts are quite handy and nice - list comprehension, filter and lambda functions. They… Read More »

Sentinel-2 is on the way

The new Sentinel-2B satellite by ESA has started tonight at 2:49 MECT from the ESA Spaceport in French Guiana. Sentinel is a multi-billion-euro (8-9 billion euros up to 2020) project in order to provide images of land, oceans and waterways. The data is open access and can be used by anyone. That's a short update,… Read More »