An open source software-defined GNSS receiver
An open source software-defined Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receiver written in C++ and based on the GNU Radio framework.
A package for Isogeometric Analysis in Octave and Matlab
GeoPDEs is a suite of software tools for research on Isogeometric Analysis of PDEs. GeoPDEs is free software implemented in Octave and fully compatible with Matlab. GeoPDEs is no longer developed at SF, and has moved to GitHub. Please visit http://rafavzqz.github.io/geopdes/ The mailing list will remain active. Releases up to 2.0.4 can be found here. From version 2.1.0 onward, see https://github.com/rafavzqz/geopdes
Toolboxes for parameter continuation and bifurcation analysis.
Development platform and toolboxes for constrained parameter continuation, e.g., bifurcation analysis of dynamical systems. This material is based upon work partially supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1016467 and the Danish research council (FTP) under the project number 0602-00753B. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed on this site are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation or other funding sources. In the most recent release, documentation and tutorials are available for the following toolboxes: * ep : continuation and bifurcations of equilibrium points * coll : continuation of constrained collections of trajectory segments, including multi-segment boundary-value problems * po : continuation and bifurcations of periodic orbits in smooth and hybrid systems * recipes : collection of examples from the book Recipes for Continuation
C++ collection mostly for image processing
libGo is a C++ class library containing all kinds of things that proved useful to me. Included are: - Linear algebra, using LAPACK and CBLAS - V4L(1) image grabber - Multithreading - Image containers (up to 3D) - Some simple optimisation code - Python embedding helper - Matlab interface - .. and other things, have a look at the HTML documentation! golib grew over many years, things I had use for have been added now and then. Some parts are better taken care of than others. If you find anything spectacularly wrong or badly documented, and need assistance, please drop me a line.