Fundamental Algorithms Resource base on Multi-cores
Provide geneology information, contact information, personal descriptions and webpages, calendars, etc in a web interface. This system will use php and any database system and will provide various level of public and private access.
Collection of fast and optimized assembly libraries for x86-64 Linux
LinAsm is collection of very fast and SIMD optimized assembly written libraries for x86-64 Linux. It implements many common and widely used algorithms for array manipulations: searching, sorting, arithmetic and vector operations, unit conversions; fast mathematical and statistic functions; numbers and time converting algorithms; finite impulse response (FIR) digital filters; spectrum analysis algorithms, Fast Hartley transformation; CPU cache friendly functions and extremely fast abstract data types (ADT) such as hash tables b-trees, and much more. LinAsm libraries are written on FASM assembly language. They are stable and have appropriate benchmarks for many units. All libraries are well documented and grouped by their functionality. To get more information about this library, please visit the official web site: http://linasm.sourceforge.net
Easy To Use Collection Classes For C And C++ The Memory Structures Library (MemSL) has implementations of structures (i.e. AVL trees, threaded trees, dynamic hashing, ...) that are extremely hard to find and far harder to implement.
To give users the full control over the running application. This means that an application is working according to its purpose but the control over the whole interface is taken from developer and given to users. While an application is running, users can move, resize, and tune all the screen objects through which the communication with an application is going. Set of files includes the book (both in DOC and PDF formats), a big demonstration project with all its files available (all the source files are in C#), and an additional description of many used classes. Book uses the examples from the demo project to explain everything in details. The examples are from many different areas. Examples from the first part of the book are aimed at the details of algorithm and its use with different objects; examples from the second part are mostly the real and very useful applications.
The aim of this framework is to create a kind of API that is similar to Java.
Utility to validate, extract, show and create digital documents included in files with "pk7" and "fp7" extensions such as electronic bills provided by some phone companies in Spain like Movistar and Telefonica.
Refal.NET - Versatile, Compact yet Powfull Text Transformer and Compiler-Writing System. Based on Refal.NET Virtual Machine (+Refal.NET Compiler), this RAD-tool might be used for rapid prototyping, decreasing up to 10 times development efforts.
SDD: Duplicated code detection tool
Software for calculating geometric properties of cross sections
Software for calculating geometric properties of cross sections and polygons. Calculates: area, moments of inertia, product of inertia, radius of gyration, section modulus, among others. It also supports import and export of CSV, JSON and DXF files. Able to do geometric transformations and 2D and 3D visualization of the cross sections.
Now part of Apache's Mahout machine learning project at http://mahout.apache.org/-- please see there for latest info and code and releases and support!
Efficient and customizable TreeLayout Algorithm in Java, for NetBeans
Efficiently create compact, highly customizable tree layouts - Based on Walker's algorithm with enhancements suggested by Buchheim, Jünger, and Leipert the software builds tree layouts in linear time. I.e. even trees with many nodes are built fast. Downloads are available at https://sourceforge.net/projects/treelayout/files/. For detailed documentation look at the TreeLayout web site http://treelayout.sourceforge.net/. Development for TreeLayout has moved to https://github.com/abego/treelayout/.
UniTime is a comprehensive educational scheduling system that supports developing course and exam timetables, managing changes to these timetables, sharing rooms with other events, and scheduling students to individual classes. It is a distributed system that allows multiple university and departmental schedule managers to coordinate efforts to build and modify a schedule that meets their diverse organizational needs while allowing for minimization of student course conflicts. It can be used alone to create and maintain a school's schedule of classes and/or exams, or interfaced with an existing student information system.
In a web development world dominated by fully bloated frameworks and object-oriented code, an alternative has arrived: phunctions. Simple, smart and sexy PHP functions released in the Public Domain that make common programming tasks a breeze.