A Deformable Medical Image Registration Toolbox
DRAMMS is a software package designed for 2D-to-2D and 3D-to-3D deformable medical image registration tasks. Released by Section of Biomedical Image Analysis (SBIA) at the University of Pennsylvania. Some typical applications of DRAMMS include, -- Cross-subject registration of the same organ (can be brain, breast, cardiac, etc); -- Mono- and Multi-modality registration (MRI, CT, histology); -- Longitudinal registration (pediatric brain growth, cancer development, mouse brain development, etc); -- Registration under missing correspondences (e.g., vascular lesions, tumors, histological cuts). DRAMMS runs in command line in UNIX/Mac OS, It accepts Nifti/ANALYZE/MetaImage image formats. It is fully-automatic --- takes two input images, and generates a registered image and (optionally) the deformation field. More information (installation, tutorial, manual, demonstration, FAQ, etc) can be found at http://www.rad.upenn.edu/sbia/software/dramms/ .
A multi-purpose extensible self-adaptive evolutionary algorithm
MicroGP (uGP) is a versatile optimizer able to outperform both human experts and conventional heuristics in finding the optimal solution of hard problems. It is an evolutionary algorithm since it mimics some principles of the Neo-Darwinian paradigm.
antigift is simple cross-platform, files & folders encryption tool
antigift could be used for encryption files & folders on USB-flash or HDD partition(with ccrypt in background). Works out of box on Linux, Windows, FreeBSD, MacOS X and other on OSes. Do not required installation. Included wipe tool for wiping free space and misskey for recovering partially forgotten key. See documentation at http://sourceforge.net/p/antigift/wiki/Home/ antigift простой и кросс-платформенный инструмент для шифрования файлов и папок(с ccrypt в качестве основы) Подробности см. на страничке с русской документацией http://sourceforge.net/p/antigift/wiki/rus/
C++ BigInt class enables to work with arbitrary precision integers
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RSA 4096 C++ library
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