The CoreLibrary is a multiplatform object library for C++ (Linux, Win32, MacOSX, PocketPC). It provides many of the common objects found in Java (Strings, Threads, Collections, etc.) and has the ability to send objects across the network like CORBA.
Aquamarine is a Object Oriented language. The goal of this project is to provide a aquamarine to C++ compiler and a classes library.
Caudium WebServer is a single process multi-threaded webserver. It has a built-in pre-processing language and includes an easy to use web-based configuration interface.
Framework written in C language using OO concepts. Pretty similar to Java. This is gonna change your way of programming in C. Feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
UDAE allows developers to access data both locally and over WSN from a variety of sources, such as sensors, communications links and platform components in a unified manner.
Implementing Xmesh using TinyOS
Recent advances in Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) technology, wireless communications, and digital electronics have enabled the development of low cost, low power, multifunctional sensor nodes that are small in size and communicate untethered in short distances. Energy aware routing algorithms can be used to increase the energy efficiency of wireless sensor networks. Today, two common kinds of energy aware routing algorithms are being researched and implemented in wireless networks. The first type main type is known as Low-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (LEACH), which aggregates the network into clusters and randomly rotates the base station inside the cluster to evenly distribute the workload. LEACH elongates the lifetime of a wireless network twice as long as the one without an energy aware routing algorithm. This project focuses on Mica-Z wireless networks for military and commercial applications, and also presents a framework for software technology for sensors.
A set of bindings (for C, C++, Pascal and Object Pascal) for the GEM desktop environment on MS-DOS, Atari TOS and Linux (GEMIX) as well as an application framework for C++ and Object Pascal optimized for developing GEM desktop applications.
This project aims to provide a full implementation of the GEM VDI & AES API's on a truly multi-tasking, network aware system (Linux Kernel) with the appropriate modifications to support the advanced functionality of the underlying OS.