CoRoPa stands for Computational Rough Paths. The aim of CoRoPa is to provide a software framework for various ideas related to Rough Path Theory, including rough differential equations and the digital description of serial data streams.
This application talks to a GPS device over the NMEA protocol via the WIGSGPSComm API. The first version of the WIGS application will present the GPS data in an intuitive fashion, and later releases will be further enhanced with special map support.
A set of useful non-visual C#/.NET classes
DBI++ is a C++ port of the famous Perl DBI module. Currently it just supports MySQL, but the goal is, to extend it to a driver-independent interface. License is LGPL, so it can be used in closed-source-software, too.
Complex list management with an extremely versatile interface. Built-in sorting (with abstract variants), finding, iteration, and element manipulation. Supports const-interface elements. Transparent 'virtual array storage' (VAS) for large element types
That project (RMOL) aims at giving developers concerned by the Revenue Management arena a library delivering a reference implementation for most of the published algorithms and methods. That library is intended to be used in simulated environment: it does not intend to be used in real world production systems.
SketchyLISP is a highly portable, embeddable interpreter for purely applicative Scheme.
An OpenGL GUI for the inspection and segmentation of 3D surface meshes
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%.
NDS Trimmer (ndstrim) is a very simple algorith used to trim Nintendo DS ROM files.
A library of standard data structures in C, similar to STL in C++. Includes variable-length arrays, deques, hashtables, avl trees, binary heaps, and many other useful structures, with a simple and intuitive interface.
Provides fast lookup for a Subject Based messaging product using a trie. It allows for configurable wildcard characters to replace a single or multiple subject field(s) (A.B.*.D.>). Insertion in to the tree returns a unique handle for subsequent deletion
Grupo de librerías para implementar tipos abstractos de datos completamente orientados a objetos, y tambien manejo de grafos.
A comprehensive library of algorithms in multiple languages, each having a detailed proof of correctness.
Tiny C++ library for run-length encoding (RLE) compression.
Library that emulates Floating point math functions in Software for CPUs without Floating Point Unit (FPU). Written in C, use as C header file.
jPasswordWallet strores your passwords in security. Find, modify or create quickly a password in the database. Organize your passwords as you like with creating categories and sub categories.
The SFTL (Simple Functional Template Library) is a C++ library that attempts to leverage the use of the C++ STL through functional programming concepts.
`ABL' is a basic flexible abstract list library defined using C preprocessor. It allows you to define linked lists of arbitrary types very easily. You also can use it as stacks and queues. You can easily define complicated types like list of lists etc.
Lock-free, threadsafe, open-source, cross-platform data structures, logical predicates and sorting algorithms for parallel, concurrent and multithreaded programming on single and multi-core processors
This project is a highly flexible implementation of the well known bin packing algortihms: next fit, first fit, best fit, worst fit. The elements and bins may have any number of dimensions.
spdict is a library of dictionary algorithms written in C++. It has support for sorted array, binary search tree, red-black tree, skip list, and balanced tree algorithms. Also include a cache class.
Waterford procedurally simulates, and visualizes, demographic development.
This project moved to OCamlForge https://forge.ocamlcore.org/projects/rope/ This library implements ropes for OCaml (it is rich enough to replace strings).
This project consists of various implementations of the Graphplan algorithm. At the moment we have two implementations of Graphplan: * Emplan - A C++ implementation for Linux, Windows and MacOS X * JavaGP - A Java implementation