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A new game-station and PC project dessigned by a spanish computing student.
Easy database software for collecting of archaeological visual materials and theit sharing throu the internet
High-performance computing code and libraries used in the High Performance Computing subject in Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Granada (http://geneura.ugr.es/~jmerelo/asignaturas/AAP)
Creation of multiple autonomous vehicles that will work collaboratively to traverse unchartered territory. The data generated will be sent to a computer connected using wireless technolgy which will then process the data to generate a map of the region.
Bluetooth Enabled Device ad-hoc NETwork (BEDNET) is a Bluetooth framework that allows applications to be built on top of any routing algorithm. Comes with full AODV and DSDV implementations.
This a backup utility software that will allow a user to image a drive or partition onto another drive.
This is an upgraded version of Windows XP calculator using J# you may alter this program in any way you choose... :)
An opensource application using livemedia libraries to relay the udp live stream from any unicast or multicast addresses! Users can control the stream reception with bluetooth from a remote workstation.
This project is a distributed C++ client-server application. The server and client communicate via request-reply protocol over UDP
This utility is to construct the interactive function call graph.
CMIS , this project was developed on java and thinwire framework, these application will be serve to the school or university to centralized there information system. and also can generate really time data.
Candi E-Creations is a program created by and through Village of Love Family and Childcare Services. This program focuses on teaching individuals the fundamentals of computer usage and web navigation along with other support services.
Cloud Scheduling Techniques
Software package for parallel computing in TCP/IP networks with plugin-determined logic of computation.
Distributed personal computing platform written in Java. Provides API for developing third party services and including them into the grid.
1) We want to create strong AI 2) We want to create artificial life in a computer 3) We want to shatter the dominance of profit-blinded companies and replace it with local initiative ... all in one project.
Computer speed hack.
CopySharp V1.0 is a GUI tool for copying open/in process files. It is inspired by robocopy and vshadow. CopySharp V1.0 requires Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003, Microsoft® Windows® XP
Cache hierarchy extension to Simics to allow implementation of custom coherence protocols and L1-L2 cache interconnect networks.
Linux for students and debaters
VB.NET 3.5 Project to monitor network devices
Simon Fraser University CMPT-401 term project simple distributed Key-Value database with goals being data consistency and crash recovery. No help or tips please until after April 19, 2006.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
Our aim is providing fixed nodes with redundancy, share unused bandwidth, and create hotspots with base services(web,email,IM,etc.) for any roaming user. GOAL - To make sharing your excess bandwidth as easy as setting up a NAT (Or XP ICS). Admins Needed!
Elite is a 3rd Generation Peer to Peer Project