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ASPIRE (Application-Specific Improvement of Software Reliability) is a tool to measure the reliabilities of J2EE applications. With the help of ASPIRE,you can predict and analysis the reliability of the application.
Common framework for soa based application development. Warsaw University of Technology research project.
YOPS (Ye Olde Photo Shoppe) is a media manipulation framework written in Java. Computer science educators use this framework to help novices learn and practice fundamental programming concepts by having them create tools for their own photoshop-like app.
The DataTime Process Framework is intended to support the processing of time-based data in a modular, concurrent, distributed and extensible manner. C++, using YARP, ACE, Qt and MUSCLE on Linux, OSX, Windows and Solaris.