Packing two dimensional rectangular elements at orthogonal table
Program was created for optimized packing of two dimensional rectangular elements at orthogonal table with main purpose of printing cutting sheets that can be used for cutting material at production in wood and panel furniture manufacturing. It is developed upon authors several years of expirience at woodworking, and actual carpenters needs when such software is in question. Inspite its look it is fully functional peace of software , with all necessary elements needed for generating cutting sheets. GUI is simple and it consists of fields for entering table and element dimensions on the right, packing, optimization, cutting and cleaning table edges options section bottom left and statistic section bottom right. Upper left are table description field and cut sheet drawing at the center. Right click at the cut sheet drawing and there are printing options. NOTICE : This program was not created for sellers of chipboards and other board materials. All the best, Author
Basic Artificial Neural Network
OpenANN is a basic artificial neural network toolset. It is not being actively maintained. For performance neural networking, consider an alternative (such as https://sourceforge.net/projects/openann-project or https://www.tensorflow.org)
An FMI-based co-simulation framework.
FUMOLA is a co-simulation framework specifically designed to support the features offered by the FMI specification. It provides a flexible platform that allows to configure and execute co-simulation setups in an easy way. FUMOLA is developed on top of the Ptolemy II framework (https://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu) and the FMI++ library (http://fmipp.sourceforge.net). The online documentation of FUMOLA is available here: https://sourceforge.net/p/fumola/wiki/Home/
Ben(Zai)Ten is a graphical modeling environment for computational and systems biology. It supports the community exchange standards: SBML, SBRML, SED-ML as well as ontologies: MIRIAM, SBO, ChEBI, KEGG, GO
Tool for Engineering Emergent Selforganizing bEhavioR
Teeser is a java-based integration framework for engineering emergent self-organizing behavior in distributed systems. It contains tools for analysis, tuning, macroscopic probing and simulations of distributed systems. Library of tools can be extended and everybody is encouraged to provide and share its tools with the community. The main idea is to provide application designers ability to seamlessly use tools which are helpful to design self-organizing behavior. Designers can continue to use their domain tools such as favorable simulator and by pluging it into the framework can take advantage of distributed simulations in the grid, various analyzers, optimizers (particle swarm optimization, genetic algorithms, ...). See Wiki pages for more information.
Logi (Local Observations to Global Integration) transforms several local coordinate systems (composed of polar measurements) into a global spatial uniform network with respect to the Guide to the Expression of Uncertainty in Measurement (GUM).
Open Source Java platform for Optimization, DoE, and Learning.
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The Ada 2005 standard defines real and complex matrix and vector operations. Not every possible operation is supported, so for example only symmetric or hermitian matrices can be solved. This project provides extensions to the Standard for GNAT. The software is issued under the GPL Version 3 with the GCC Runtime Library Exception.
Efficient Algorithms implemented in Java
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The Numerical Learning Library intends to provide a wide range of machine learning algorithms. It is a generic and efficient C++ library with its full integrated framework (preprocessing, feature extraction and transformation, validation).
Phần mềm toán học dạng Nhập - Xuất | Math App I/O Type
VMath is a free math console. Currently the project is work only with Windows. For other OS please download Wine.
Celestial mechanics in a nutshell
Celestial mechanics in a nutshell
A program to benchmark 5 different sorting algorithms.
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