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A system for computer algebra and symbolic mathematics21 weekly downloads
Open Source Robot Operating System12 weekly downloads
OpenGL/SDL open-storyline flying car-sim game life in the City. survive. inspired by Elite/Frontier series, Grand Theft Auto, Flashback...4 weekly downloads
wxCL = wxWidgets + Common Lisp!!! The wxCL project group creates Common Lisp bindings to the wxWidgets API. We still require C, C++ and Lisp hackers.2 weekly downloads
A cross platform audio inteface1 weekly downloads
Compiler of Lisp programs to a platform-idependent bytecode and the corresponding virtual machine.
Axes Programming Language (programming is done by defining independent threads and setting priorities in multiple dimentions… when you want to make a change in the code, you just have to introduce another thread)
Research platform for SAT and other hard problems
Redtail is a scripting engine library and script language. The Redtail library provides the ability to execute Scheme-like Redtail scripts from within an application, increasing flexibility.
The TUM personal robotics package is a collection of libraries that aims to offer methods for personal robotic assistants to operate successfully in indoor environments.
I would like to have an emulator that acts like a PC in my PC that is capable of 16bit processing. I would like it to be able to emulate slower processor speeds. It would also be nice if it could use a LAN connection to mimic a modem connection.
This is an open source project to develop tools for interacting with and building quantum software applications.