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This project is an extended implementation of Knuth's "Dancing Links" algorithm and some use cases (e.g. Sudoku).
This is a collection od different small Java applications or allgorithms
Depending on a SICK lasescan and a created environment landscape a routing function will be implemented to give a robot a few waypoint to drive from a start point to a choosen destination.
This simplesudodu program is intend for studying in the sudoku solution algorithm rather than a game (If you want to make it a game, it's OK ^_^). Later I will implement the 4*4 or other kinds. Different sudoku requires different algorithm to solve.
Transsat makes it possible to use unary and binary coding in SAT-related problems. Furthermore it introduces a convenient file format to input integer-based constraints and you can choose between popular SAT-solvers.
The Project Name UWMS is the for UPH World Modelling System. It will become the super Fusion of all the Sciences of theoretycal Informatik even called AI ( which stands for Artifical Intelligenze. I hope that this project will result in a Jar Java Library. Which give us the toll to construcht Things Like Neuronal Networks Fuzzy Logical System, and Predicate oriented Expert-Systems. And the big dream of the work of this all together.
analysis of a web based social network (initiated by study project)
Our Project is a little program that implements dijktra- and kruskalalgorithms.
plausj a collection of checksum algorithms used to validate business keys like bank account codes or credit card numbers. It's compiled as JVM bytecode files (although it's not necessarily implemented in Java) and can be used on JRE 1.5 and later.