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It's possible for machines to become self-aware.58 weekly downloads
MASyV (Multi-Agent System Visualization) enables one to write agent-based models/cellular automata, eg. in C, visualize them in real time & capture to movie file with MASyVs GUI & message passing lib. Includes examples: Hello World, ants, viral infection2 weekly downloads
Language Informant is a language education platform.2 weekly downloads
iCub is an open platform for scientists interested in investigating issues in embodied cognition. Here you find all the software and hardware documentation.2 weekly downloads
This project aims to create a multi-platform interface and protocol to connect Amiga machines to other OS and system as the famous Amiga-Explorer does. The program will support the same functionalities of Amiga-Explorer and possibly much more.1 weekly downloads
Escape Towards The Unknown is a graphic adventure (like Monkey's Island) written in C with SDL support. Main feature are: brand new user command language interface; support for digitalized dialogues in many languages.1 weekly downloads
ProofReading Markup Language for transmission of corrections1 weekly downloads
Another version of the classic Settlers of Catan, designed to be playable on Windows, Linux, and OSX and support all the official expansions plus some of the unofficial ones. Supports multiplayer network play.1 weekly downloads
Cross-platform, flexible, GLib based RAD application framework.
A combination of useful tools for High School classes, including math classes ranging from prealgebra to calculus, and science classes ranging from IPS to AP Physics.
** 03/17/2009 ** - This concept still sounds like a good idea to me, but in C++ w/ gtkmm not java. I'm currently beginning re-engineering the basics for that env. Help is definitely wecome. :-) Friendo is a <strike>Java-based</strike> social-life organi
Geesas is your Freedom in a Flash. Geesas (or GPL SWF Authoring Software) is an initiative to create an SWF Authoring Free Software.
"Kohonen Tools" aim to demonstrate the use of "Kohonen Cards" for data classification. Originally this was a teaching aim, but if these tools become powerfull enough, they can be use for real work...
Ninut is desktop financial management software for with cross platform compatibility in mind. It's written in C#.
OpenLumi is a lighting control software. Developed to control any type of fixture compatible with DMX512 or Art-Net protocols.
PyNote is a "Post-it"/Stickies like program. The notes are divided to different boards, and the software is designed to allow collaborating on different boards with other clients via the internet or LAN.
Avicora is a light, yet versatile and featureful BitTorrent client for Linux, Windows and Mac OS X.
The MiniSplat Project provides a modular suite of libraries (LGPL), applications (GPL), and integration solutions for developing, deploying, and delivering Video and Voice over IP. Our SplatSIP application provides a secure SIP User Agent (with video).
Ada-engine, more commonly known as eAda, is a MMORPG engine, with which you can make your own game. It is created in Ada 2005, a fast, strongly typed programming language... [continued at project homepage]
a schoolproject to manage pupils and their grades. its also possible to create a seating plan, statistics, etc. its also possible to access the database via a webinterface
wxPyStoneSoup serves as a central repository of contributed code for the wxPython library, where contributors can share with others, and involve others in helping to make their code a tasty treat suitable for moving over to the wxPython distribution.