MARF is a general cross-platform framework with a collection of algorithms for audio (voice, speech, and sound) and natural language text analysis and recognition along with sample applications (identification, NLP, etc.) of its use, implemented in Java.
RUNES is a cross-platform, component-based middleware framework allowing for dynamic reconfiguration of functionality. Its lightweight implementation spans powerful nodes like PDAs and PCs, as well as tiny embedded devices.
An Efficient Binary data Format
EBF, which stands for Efficient Binary Format, is a binary file format for reading and writing binary data easily. Reading writing routines are currently available in C,C++,Fortran,Java, Python, IDL, MATLAB. A program called ebftkpy which has a set of utility functions to work with the .ebf files , e.g., viewing the contents and getting a summary, is also provided. The EBF specification is designed to be concise and easy to understand to make it easier for others to write their own code if needed. It is also designed to simplify the programming of input output routines in different programming languages. In a nutshell an EBF file is a collection of data objects. Each data object is specified by a unique name and a single file can have multiple data objects. Each data object is preceded by a meta-data or header which describes the binary data associated with it. Among other things, this header allows the files to be portable across systems with different endianess.
APEX Tools is a collection of utilities used in conjunction with the processing of airborne hyperspectral data developed for the ESA-Prodex supported Airborne Prism EXperiment (APEX).
REX: Remote EXecution Distributed Computing Services for Linux and Solaris, providing C and C++ APIs, librex library and "rexd" daemon software to implement Load Balancing Process Migration : Dump + Restore, Remote File and Resource Management.
An eco-system of RTSC-based embedded C/C++ components that furnish a rudimentary hardware abstraction layer comprising basic I/O and threading services which can support a wide-range of embedded platforms.
Quick reference for switching between mathematical computation environments for computer algebra, numeric processing and data visualisation. Examples are Matlab, IDL, SPlus, and their open-source counterparts Octave, Scilab, Python+NumPy and R.