Hi. I'm John Clemens. I'm in my 30s. I do a lot of stuff with computers, and have since I was a kid. I've had a web page since the nineties. You can see some of my older and increasingly broken stuff here.

These days I'm a busy man. I'm a father, a husband, a graduate student, a software developer with many, many years of professional experience, an open source advocate, a Linux kernel hacker, an avid baseball fan, a tinkerer, a builder, a reader, a thinker, and a hat wearer.

Here you will find information about my research interests and my open source projects, as well as my resume and my random musings in my blog.


Architecture Classification
Applying Machine Learning to Computer Architecture

Frequent Subgraph Mining
Various implementations of gSpan

Image Classification using Planar Subgraphs
Object classification using frequent planar subgraphs


CPUFreq userspace client

Control utility for 3dfx Voodoo video cards

Latest Posts

  • New homepage

    So it’s finally time I re-did my website and make it a bit nicer than the simple site I had before. This new site id built using the Pelican static site generator, and it seems to work pretty well. Over time, I’ll fill in a lot of the ...

  • PBS: Faces of America

    If you can get past the obvious camp, and the host trying to make himself out to be the best thing that’s ever happened to these celebrities, it’s actually quite fascinating. And of course, anything with Colbert is always fun.

    Available for free online.

    http://www.pbs.org ...

  • Hacking

    So it appears someone tried to hack the blog. Some users registered themselves who didn’t exist. I knew it was a hack attempt because no one in their right mind would register for this blog. So I removed all registered users (both of you). If I removed someone by ...

  • Wooden Handrail

    While the wife spent a week in England last month, I decided to fix one of those nagging thing about the house that’s been bugging us since we moved in.  The stairs to the second floor never had a hand railing.  The home inspector poited out that it wasn ...

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