Emdros - the database engine for analyzed or
I wish to thank a number of people and organisations who have made
Emdros the success it is today. They are:
Dr. Crist-Jan Doedens: He wrote the PhD
thesis on which Emdros is based.
J. Alan Groves Center for Advanced Biblical Studies,
Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania: Emdros development is made possible in part
by the fact that the J. Alan Groves
Center for Advanced Biblical Studies has granted me access to
some seriously powerful hardware for research and development. The
Groves Center is a research unit of Westminster Theological Seminary.
Werkgroep Informatica, Faculty of Theology, Vrije
Universiteit, Amsterdam: For providing the motivation for
writing Emdros in the first place. Their WIVU Hebrew database
continues to be my main source of inspiration for development of
Prof. Dr. Eep Talstra: He is the man
behind the WIVU Hebrew database, and continues to support
Emdros development by his kindness, his encouragement, and his
generosity. He also grants me access to Sun hardware, thereby
making it a supported platform.
Hendrik Jan Bosman: He provides much
inspiration, has written many a bugreport, and even
contributes source code.
Constantijn Sikkel: He provides much
insight, both on Emdros and on the Werkgroep Informatica
Hebrew database, and is an astute user who helps drive Emdros
Chris Wilson: For writing bugreports and
Prof. Dr. Nicolai Winther-Nielsen: For being
a big source of inspiration, and for putting me in touch with most
of the above people.
Dr. Christopher J. Samuel: For being a
source of encouragement, for submitting feature-requests, for
contributing knowledge of Hebrew Unicode, and for contributing a
TECkit mapping for Hebrew.
Dr. D. Richard Hipp: Dr. Hipp of HWACI, Inc. has written the
excellent SQLite engine, which
Emdros supports as a backend.
Philip Hazel: He has written the PCRE library, which Emdros uses.
MySQL AB: Emdros supports MySQL as a backend.
PostgreSQL, Inc: Emdros supports PostgreSQL as a backend.
Thanks to all.