basE91 is an advanced method for encoding binary data as ASCII characters. It is similar to UUencode or base64, but is more efficient. The overhead produced by basE91 depends on the input data. It amounts at most to 23% and can range down to 14%.
Re-imagining of Heisermann's classic Self-Programming Robot
This project comprises two main parts: 1. The classic "Rodney" as described in David L. Heisermann's book "How to build your own self-programming robot", with the original Intel 8085 code. In all likelihood, this is for reference only. I don't expect many people are going to build it 2. An updated version, running on more modern hardware, but remaining true to the algorithms published in his book. The end result will be at least three sets of code, for the Alpha, Beta and Gamma versions of Rodney. We would also like to experiment with a "Delta" version which could use either bare RF or WiFi to exchange state data between machines. A "hive mind" if you like. For the new-generation version, we propose targeting two hardware platforms: 1. Arduino, since it's cheap and easy to use, while remaining close to the bare metal 2. A purpose-built AVR card, or easily ported to cards obtainable from sources such as futurlec.com, etc. RaspberryPi is also an option later
A package of Rijndael, Twofish and Serpent encryption algorithms implemented in x86 assembly. Meant to learn basics of assembly, learn about the algorithms or to be used in a C program.
Alpaga - a library of fast and accurate mathematical functions, written in PowerPC assembly.
This library contains functions to calculate hash values and checkdigits like Adler, MD5 and much more. Over 30 different hash codes, checkdigits and barcodes will be supported.
Fixed point 16/32 integer FFT library for the Raspberry Pi and Android
This library is being created as I have a need to do very fast FFTs on low end devices not supporting the NEON instruction set. The Raspberry Pi is an ideal candidate for developing in gcc before porting to JNI for low spec Android devices, hence it's inclusion. Fixed point 16/32 integer FFT library suitable for the Raspberry Pi and Android devices. Includes test stubs for gcc on the Raspberry Pi and a Basic4Android wrapper from JNI. It includes hand optimised ARMv6 assembler, demonstrating techniques such as pipeline stuffing to achieve maximum performance. It also demonstrates how to include large chunks of assembler inline with C/C++ thus avoiding ABI issues between platforms.
‘intelliworm’ is a prototype simulation of a Intelligent Species of a common earth worm,which inherits human like decision making capabilities through Neural Network intelligence representation,all developed by integrating .NET with Lisp and Yacc.
The aim of this project is to create an extensible and multi-platform API library that allows programmers to create decryption, heuristical analysis, and similar mechanisms using C and C++. It also will provide a simple security auditing API.