Well, AFCALC development goes smoothly and I reached the important milestone.

Code base substantially *shrunk* — I was mostly fixing bugs, not adding features.

AFCALC now equipped with one testing model with exp() as transforming function

and one real-world model of explosion made in 1970's by Kotlyar L. M..

It's successfully plotting the simplified version of Kotlyar's model, and it

is very promising result.

I want to pass the following milestones:

- Plotting of full model of Kotlyar's model. It is very important, because there exists the process of calculating the series of additional coefficients for correction function and I want it decoupled from model and added to AFCALC core.
- Simultaneous building of three binaries with
`make`

: one with autotests, one with interactive session and one which plots the whole bunch of charts with different model parameters.

Tomorrow will be *the* day which gives me plot of full Kotlyar's model.

My current science research (in pursue of Ph.D degree) is in field of mathematical

physics. I am doing some cool stuff with representing the processes of explosion,

filtration and electrochemistry as flows of ideal liquid. There are some hard-boiled

math with Complex Complex-value functions. Project is a program in Haskell

to be able to set initial parameters and get a schematic chart representing

the final area and edges of process. Finding precise form of edges (coordinates

of points at edges) is the current goal.

To make my work public I set up a project at GitHub. Just updated it with READMEs

and such. You may look at draft theses in `article/`

directory. They are in

Russian, however. I plan to make an international version when there will be

enough material.

Project is here: AFCALC at GitHub.