Wolfram Computation Meets Knowledge

Wolfram Summer School


Viktoria Manukyan

Summer School

Class of 2014


Viktoria Manukyan is currently pursuing bachelor of science degrees in radiophysics and electronics at Yerevan State University. She hopes to continue her studies and obtain a master’s degree and PhD in computer science. She is passionate about robotics, and she has received numerous awards for success in robotics projects from the University of Vermont. Later in 2013 she worked as a consular at the robotics project at the University of Vermont for a Summer Engineering Institute. In her leisure time, Viktoria enjoys coding, community service, dancing, and swimming.

Project: Statistical Code Analysis

The main goal of the project is to create an algorithm which can do statistical analysis of code.

We will first test the algorithm with random texts and then apply it to the Wolfram Language. The way the algorithm will work for text is: count words, give word description, find the most-used words, compare texts, etc. The Wolfram Language algorithm will work for finding out the most usable code combinations.

Favorite Outer Totalistic r=1, k=2 2D Cellular Automaton

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