Violet is a UML editor with these benefits: Very easy to learn and use. Draws nice-looking diagrams. Completely free. Cross-platform. Violet is intended for developers, students, teachers, and authors who need to produce simple UML diagrams quickly. Want to contribute ? Source code is hosted on github : https://github.com/violetumleditor/violetumleditor
Modeling tool supporting UML, BPMN and other standards
Modelio is an open source modeling environment tool providing support for the latest standards (UML 2, BPMN 2, ...). It can be extended by adding modules which add new functionalities. A large set of modules (free and open source) supporting code management (generation/reverse), modeling standards (TOGAF, SysML, SoaML, ...), document generation, ... is available from the Modelio Store (http://store.modelio.org/). Need help or want to share experience with the Modelio community? Go to our forum: http://www.modelio.org/forum/index.html.
EasyStruts provide advanced support for developing Struts web applications with Eclipse . keywords: MVC, Struts, Eclipse, Java
SPE is a python IDE with auto indentation&completion,call tips,syntax coloring&highlighting,uml viewer,class explorer,source index,todo list,pycrust shell,file browsers,drag&drop,Blender support.Spe ships with wxGlade,PyChecker and Kiki.
Syntax tree editor for rapid annotation of existing text
Linguistic Tree Constructor (LTC) is a tool for drawing lingusitic syntax trees of already-existing text. It is a syntax editor, not a text editor, so the text has to exist already. It is best suited for large-scale, rapid creation of hand-annotated treebanks. The user can define their own node categories, and can label each node with labels, also definable by the user. LTC supports "generic", X-Bar and RRG trees. Supports interlinear texts in SIL SFM format.
pgDesigner is a Datamodel designer for PostgreSQL written in Gambas language.
Write, check, index and diagram Z specifications in Microsoft Word.
Tools to allow Z specifications to be written in Microsoft Word. Includes a unicode font for Z symbols. Provides: WYSIWYG editing fully integrated into Word; Typechecking using fuzz (for Spivey Z) or CZT (for ISO standard Z); Indexing and cross-referencing; Diagrams of specification structure; Conversion from Spivey to Standard Z- also available as a stand-alone program and Java class for non-windows users. See project website for details.
** ATTENTION ** THIS PROJECT HAS MOVED TO: https://github.com/pgmodeler/pgmodeler New releases only will be available on GitHub. PostgreSQL Database Modeler, or simply pgModeler is an open source project of a CASE tool for modeling PostgreSQL that merges the classical concepts of modeling using entity-relationship diagrams with specific features that only PostgreSQL implements. The pgModeler translates the models created by the user to SQL code and apply them onto database clusters from version 8.0 to 9.1. Please, let me know how the pgModeler is working on your computer! Help to improve this project, give your feedback about the software or report any bug at "Tickets" page. Do not forget to detail the bug and if possible attach a screenshot or model database which expressed the bug. Follow the pgModeler profile on Facebook/Twitter and be up-to-date with new features, fixes and releases. https://www.facebook.com/pgmodeler https://twitter.com/pgmodeler
Head First Design Patterns translated to C++. Three separate translations are planned: 'Bronze' is literal; minimal (syntax) changes only. 'Silver' is semantic; more C++ idioms + leftover patterns. 'Gold' is (forthcoming and) modern; template based
ECLiPSe Constraint Logic Programming System
The ECLiPSe Constraint Logic Programming System is designed for solving combinatorial optimization problems, for the development of new constraint solver technology and their hybrids, and for the teaching of modelling, solving and search techniques.
The Adobe Source Libraries (ASL) are a collection of C++ libraries building foundation technology to allow the construction of commercial applications by assembling generic algorithms through declarative descriptions.
Free software for generating understandable and accurate fuzzy systems
GUAJE stands for Generating Understandable and Accurate fuzzy models in a Java Environment. Thus, it is a free software tool (licensed under GPL-v3) with the aim of supporting the design of interpretable and accurate fuzzy systems by means of combining several preexisting open source tools, taking profit from the main advantages of all of them. It is a user-friendly portable tool designed and developed in order to make easier knowledge extraction and representation for fuzzy systems, paying special attention to interpretability issues. GUAJE lets the user define expert variables and rules, but also provide supervised and fully automatic learning capabilities. Both types of knowledge, expert and induced, are integrated under the expert supervision, ensuring interpretability, simplicity and consistency of the knowledge base along the whole process. Notice that, GUAJE is is an upgraded version of the free software called KBCT (Knowledge Base Configuration Tool).
Object-oriented equation-based modelling and optimisation software
DAE Tools is a cross-platform equation-based object-oriented modelling, simulation and optimisation software. It is not a modelling language nor a collection of numerical libraries but rather a higher level structure – an architectural design of interdependent software components providing an API for: - Model development/specification - Activities on developed models, such as simulation, optimisation, sensitivity analysis and parameter estimation - Processing of the results, such as plotting and exporting to various file formats - Report generation - Code generation, co-simulation and model exchange The following class of problems can be solved by DAE Tools: - Initial value problems of implicit form - Index-1 DAE systems - With lumped or distributed parameters - Steady-state or dynamic - Continuous with some elements of event-driven systems
TRANSIMS is an integrated system of travel forecasting tools for modeling regional transport systems. For more information, visit http://code.google.com/p/transims/
Make a tag cloud from text in your files
The Tag Cloud Maker application allows the specification of a source folder containing files that are parsed and the words counted and displayed in an HTML word tag cloud.
Pretty Damn Quick (PDQ) analytically solves queueing network models of computer and manufacturing systems, data networks, etc., written in conventional programming languages. Generic or customized reports of predicted performance measures are output.
A multi-notational modeling toolkit that supports the NFR framework, the i* Framework, KAOS, and the Problem Frames notations. For more information, visit http://www.utdallas.edu/~supakkul/tools/RE-Tools.
Fortran library with the Abaqus user material subroutines UMAT/VUMAT
This library contains several of user material subroutines for implicit quasi-static (UMAT) and explicit dynamic (VUMAT) versions of the Abaqus solver. The Abaqus is a proprietary finite element (FE) code ( http://www.3ds.com/products-services/simulia/products/abaqus/). Users can write subroutines for use with the Abaqus. Linear elastic, isotropic hardening plasticity, Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman (GTN), Rousselier constitutive models are provided. Quote this code as: A. Shterenlikht, N. A. Alexander, Levenberg-Marquardt vs Powell's dogleg method for Gurson-Tvergaard-Needleman plasticity model, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 237-240:1-9 (2012). DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2012.04.018
simulated annealing optimization and importance-sampling
Adaptive Simulated Annealing (ASA) is a C-language code that finds the best global fit of a nonlinear cost-function over a D-dimensional space. ASA has over 100 OPTIONS to provide robust tuning over many classes of nonlinear stochastic systems.
Most known is SPE, a python IDE with auto indentation&completion,call tips,syntax coloring&highlighting,uml viewer,class explorer,source index,todo list,pycrust shell,file browsers,drag&drop,Blender support.Spe ships with wxGlade,PyChecker and Kiki.
ER Databese Model
Tool used to Database ER model
A modeling tool for software engineers (OO)
Object Graph Visualizer is a tool primarily meant to be used in CS courses to help new students understand the Object Oriented paradigm and patterns. Classes and objects - that can be part of a software project - are visualised in 3D: The classes stay In the xz-plane in form of an UML class diagram. Directly above in the y-axis objects can be instantiated as an object diagram. Classes can be connected with all sorts of relations (Associations, Compositions, Generalization, etc.), objects with object relations. Following additional functionality is provided: Attributes, Mulitplicities, Roles, Object Graph Mode, Coloring, Save and Load, XMI 1.1 Import from Enterprise Architect, Associations (undirected, directed, bidirected), Aggregations, Compositions, Dependency, Generalization, Multiple Virtual Inheritance (Developer Addendum: It shouldn't be too difficult to add an API for remote application control, e.g. visualize and debug a running programm. See class "ModelViewConnector".)
Plugin for MagicDraw to support MBSE with SysML
Support for more productive Model Based Systems Engineering, following the recommendations in the Cookbook of the INCOSE SE2 Challenge team http://mbse.gfse.de The Plugin for the MagicDraw modelling tool provides support for model based document generation which ties together system model and documents to keep them up to date and consistent, using a AWYSIWYG editor in MagicDraw. It provides basic support to model variants and extract variants from a system model. It provides support to generate organizational structures according to the SE2 Cookbook recommendations. It provides basic pattern based support to reason on a system model, for example to extract numbers like total power, cost, power consumption for a given product tree The MBSE plugin for MagicDraw requires MagicDraw 17.0 SP4 or higher with an installed SysML plugin 17.0 SP5 or higher. Installation instructions can be found in the file ReadMe.txt in the download area as well as the corresponding UMs.
PREESM provides a complete framework for fast prototyping. It generates a simulation and an optimized multiprocessor code from graph descriptions of algorithm and architecture. Please visit the project homepage at http://preesm.sourceforge.net.
PEP is a modelling and verification framework for parallel systems, providing a large number of different modelling languages and verification techniques (e.g. SDL, Petri nets and model checking)