My name is Anthony Kozar. I enjoy many areas of recreational and serious mathematics and computer programming. Automata and theory of computation were among my favorite topics studied in grad school. I've contributed to many open-source projects over the years, mostly in the area of computer music, and released a few of my own modest programs as free software.
Many years ago I invented a "minimal" assembly language for an imaginary CPU that I called MALIS. I created an emulator for an 8-bit implementation of the instruction set. MALIS isn't available anywhere online but maybe I'll resurrect it someday.
More information on my interests and projects is available from the resources below.