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The epler project's main intention is to provide a library with bindings to C++, and eventually C, Python and Fortran for manipulating, analyzing and visualizing large datasets. Building frontends on top of this isolated library is also planned.
The Department of Physics at Fort Hays State University (FHSU) in collatoration with the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is in the process of developing software to accurately model the effects of high power laser energy with complex dielectric medi
Weather and Climate Risk Management
A library of optimized parameters and example source code for the use of generalized Langevin equation in molecular dynamics.
GMIT provides generic interface of mesh used in computational fluid dynamics, and is equipped with some tools for generating and manipulating mesh. Specific details of mesh will be isolated from upper level application (eg. numerical algorithm).
GNU/Grade is an attempt to create an open alternative to commercial color grading systems on Linux, using QT4 framework, ImageMagick, OpenCV and ffmpeg.
KDTREE2 is a Fortran 95 module, and a parallel set of C++ classes which implement tree construction and search routines to find near neighbors in a data set. The C++ implementation requires the STL as well as the BOOST C++ library be installed.
Linear Algebra Common Expressions (LACE) is a C++ templated library which allows you to operate with matricies and vectors inside your code as easy as on the whiteboard.
NexPower - a suite of tools for transient and harmonic analysis of electric power distribution and transmission systems.
Numerikus is an attempt to build a set of numerical libraries written in C/C++, Fortran, Java and C# for single processor and multi-core processors. It wil have from basic functions to Linear Algebra solvers and ODE's and PDE's methods.
An implementation of isogeometric analysis in Abaqus
The U.S. Office of Surface Mining is building a Linux Cluster Supercomputer from used PCs for introduction of Linux into the civilian federal government space.
Open FMM ( http://www.openfmm.net ) is and open source EM software project. It consist of a fast parallel two-dimensional TM/TE solver called Nero2d.
ParaStation is a robust and efficient cluster middleware, consisting of a high-performance communication layer (MPI) and a sophisticated management layer.
There remains a need for an open, freely distributable Power Systems Analysis Package. This project aims to provide the underlying structure and APIs on which such projects can be built
The Open Source Space Flight Dynamics (OSSFD) project is intended to provide the community with an open source solution to space flight dynamics.
OpenEnsemble is advanced object-based middleware software for distributing modelling and simulation across networks and the Internet.
The project works to illustrate implementations of the portable OpenFPGA GenAPI standard for multiple language environments.
Real-time interactive 3D graphics API for scientific simulations
Open-GMF is an open Ground Water Modeling Framework for hydrogeologists and reservoir engineers. It is an extensible development environment for finite-difference, finite-element, and finite-volume models tailored to specific problems.
simple event-based plugin interface to open up hardwired software
OpenPT is a software framework for developing applications that solve particle transport problems, including fully-featured deterministic and stochastic transport algorithms, cross section library generation, and depletion and activation methods.
A user community and inclusive package of compatible routines available to diverse astronomy users. Application services to include astronomical lab control, image processing and amateur exploration that continues to adapt to meet a wide range of needs.
The OpenWatcom IDE is a modernized, powerful development environment for the OpenWatcom C/C++/Fortran compiler toolchain.
ooc-cholesky is an open source Out-Of-Core (meaning: intended for memory-limited environments or large datasets) Cholesky solver.