PHIGS (Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System)
PHIGS is an API standard for rendering 3D computer graphics. During the 1990's OpenGL became a more popular 3D API for professionals, and it still is today. PHIGS remains to be widely used in the film industry. Open PHIGS uses OpenGL for rendering graphics rather than implementing it's own abstraction layer to the graphics hardware, or using the PHIGS Extension to X (PEX). The reason for doing so is that today every graphics card manufacturer provides their own OpenGL implementation, which takes full advantage of the accelerated drawing capabilities in the hardware. PHIGS is a higher level API than OpenGL that works with a hierarchical scene graph. Models are built up in a Centralized Structure Store (CSS), a database containing the drawing primitives and their attributes (color, line style, etc.). CSSes cand be shared among a number of views, known under PHIGS as a workstation. PHIGS is defined by the ISO standards ISO/IEC 9592 & 9593. Open PHIGS provides a library for C.
Virtual Image containing the ARMNLIB development environment and the GEM model from the Meteorological Research Division of the Canadian Meteorological Centre.
A collection of Fortran interfaces to the most common Open Source GIS libraries, plus some more Fortran-specific tools.
Add-ons to the ECMWF GRIB API. This project is about developing and maintaining add-ons to the GRIB API, like language bindings or documentation. The main GRIB API page is at http://www.ecmwf.int/products/data/software/grib_api.html
Numerikus is an attempt to build a set of numerical libraries written in C/C++, Fortran, Java and C# for single processor and multi-core processors. It wil have from basic functions to Linear Algebra solvers and ODE's and PDE's methods.
ParaStation is a robust and efficient cluster middleware, consisting of a high-performance communication layer (MPI) and a sophisticated management layer. Please notice, the public development has moved to github: https://github.com/ParaStation
LAPACK and LAPACKE package with the GNU Autotools
Portable replacement for OpenVMS system libraries
Have you ever inherited a legacy application that runs on OpenVMS but wanted to move it to a more modern - and better supported - Operating System? If so, libmodevo is intended to help. The idea behind libmodevo is to develop as complete as possible set of portable functions that replicate the functionality of the system libraries under OpenVMS. By "OpenVMS system libraries" we mean the SYS$, LIB$, STR$, OTS$, SMG$ libraries and other similarly named functions.