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OS based on Agent based Security with a new type of split kernel and agents platform.
The project provides an incubator for intelligent agent-assisted, AR gaming-oriented BI applications generated through the STALEMATE Knowledge-based System Design Environment (KBSDE), integrating Web-enabled knowledge bases, data mining and warehousing and directed at asset management and investment banking.
Butterfly programming language. A bytecode compiled scriping language. Bytecode architecture with separate compiler and interpreter/disassembler. Platform-independant bytecode based stackmchine, which has a fine arithmitical/raw-computing performance. B
HTML and HTTP as single executable file
A source code translator from Pascal to Java
Rpg2Cpp (Rpg++) is a compiler that translates RPG-III and RPG/400 sources from IBM-midrange systems (iSeries, AS/400) to native C++ code. C++ class-libraries resembling the RPG-III datatypes are included as well as a tiny CL-runtime-system.
Description : A Plugin useful in security based xml mark up to provide support in MVC/BPM/MDA based Java/J2EE Applications.
ZAM is an experimental lazy functional programming language. It is related to languages like Haskell and Clean. In fact, the current implementation translates to Clean. It features a different typing mechanism and aims at a greater ease of use.