GeneSim is a code generator for dynamic systems: it takes an XML description of the system and produces the code that executes it. The typical usage of GeneSim is to generate simulators of engineering systems.
Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) solver aimed to solve multi-physics problems on unstructured grids (inviscid Euler, Navier-Stokes flows, Heat transfer). F90 based. MPI, cgns, Metis libraries used.
A prototype flight simulator with several dog-fighting scenarios.
Flight simulator with emphasis on dog fighting in modern jet fighters exploring several "instant action" what-if scenarios including a random scenario generator. Uses a simple keyboard interface to control pitch yaw and rotation and yields several surprising camera angles. Game engine based on pygame+PyGGEL library. Game library combines some modules inspired by open source pygame projects: PyGGEL Robosim, GalaxyMage, 3D math tests, etc. left, right arrows: roll left/right up, down arrows: pitch up/down [ ]: yaw left,right j,k: yaw left,right + level out left click: shoots gun b: bomb m: missile +: increase throttle -: decrease throttle F1-F4: toggle individual panels F12: turn off panels + cockpit overlay Space: toggle forward/aft views Enter: take screenshot
Indoor short‑range radar system.
It intends to address situations of indoor short‑range distances in which there are 2 types of entities: terrestrial radars and tiny flying UAVs ("nano drones").
Motion library for steppers control through PLC
Arduino NilRTOS Sensor Control
Experiments in NilRTOS. Using an Arduino Nano, Mega2560, and Uno R3. Most of the work is being done on a Nano 328p. The goal is to have NilRTOS reading sensors, and activating certain things depending on the sensor value. The current goal is to move a servo depending on the value of a photoresistor.
Compute Aircraft Trajectories
Compute Aircraft (jet) Trajectories based upon Eurocontrol BADA Aircraft Performance Model
A Physics Theory for Unifying Classical, Quantum and Relativistic Phys
This is the Official Software of the Pi-Space Physics Theory created by Martin Brady. I have a B.Sc. in Computer Applications from Dublin City University and I have an interest in software implementation of Physics. The Theory includes a Quantum Theory of Gravity as well as a reworking of Classical versions of Newton's Formulas. The Theory is based on a set of Relativistic Diagrams called Pi-Space Diagrams for those new to the Theory. License :: Creative Commons Attribution License :: Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial License V2.0
Moving target detection in 2D using Kalman Filter
Moving target detection in 2D using Kalman Filter written in JS for demo purposes.
Satellite constellation analysis software.
MIT's spacecraft simulator for control algorithm development
The SPHERES simulation is designed to support most software-related aspects of single- and multi-satellite SPHERES operations. The simulation code base consists of simulated versions of most of the SPHERES core flight code and additional code that simulates dynamics, communications, and other environmental interaction. The simulation is particularly valuable during the early stages of algorithm development and implementation as an aid in accelerating the learning curve for any Guest Scientist for SPHERES. Algorithms may be implemented in C or Embedded MATLAB and executed in the MATLAB simulation environment to verify general desired behavior. With some limitations, the code used in the simulation can be directly transferred to the SPHERES hardware. We are sharing this project with the public to gather more interest for SPHERES Guest Scientists. Feel free to use and contribute to this code base, just don't forget to credit the MIT Space Systems Lab if you distribute any results.
Downloader for map tiles
MapDownloader is a customizable, utility for dowloading map tiles from various web services. Written in C++ using Qt Framework, it is cross-platform. Developed and tested on Windows 7 and Kubuntu 12.04. It's under DWYW License v1.0 (Do whatever you want)
PyAero is a toolkit developped at andheo for CFD software : post-processing, curve generation, … Currently PyAero focuses on ONERA's code "Cedre". PyAero is powered by Qt, Python, PySide, enthought and pyLot.
Geospatial Distributed Version Control System
NOTE: this project has been renamed as GeoGig. Use this URL to get to the GeoGig downloads: https://sourceforge.net/p/geogig Welcome to the GeoGit project, exploring the use of distributed management of spatial data. GeoGit draws inspiration from Git, but adapts its core concepts to handle versioning of geospatial data. Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.
A nice and simple wifi passive scanning tool.
A Command Line utility to Passively scan (radio silent) the proximity. This tool requires 'iw' to be installed.
An open source Java geometry library with a focus on 2D/3D space.
Geometric Regression Library (GeoRegression) is an open source Java geometry library for scientific computing with a focus on 2D/3D space. GeoRegression provides the ability to estimate the closest point/distance between geometric primitives, best-fit shapes, and best fit geometric transform between sets of objects. It is designed for high performance and ease of use. GeoRegression has been release under an LGPL license for both commercial and non-commercial use.
Generates DXF files of NACA airfoils
A simple GUI to generate NACA airfoils DXF files for CAD. Released under the GNU GPL V3.0. This software depends on dxfwrite, NumPy, and pyQtgraph. http://pypi.python.org/pypi/dxfwrite/1.2.0 http://numpy.scipy.org/ http://pyqtgraph.org/
JBernstein: Exploration techniques for non-linear constraint checking
JBernstein is a tool implemented in Java that enables to check whether a polynomial constraint holds for all variables within their domain. It is mainly used in the verification or synthesis of cyber-physical systems where the system model is nonlinear. The tool also supports specifications in assume-guarantee style. The underlying algorithm is based on a translation to Bernstein polynomials, and several optimization techniques are implemented to ensure efficiency. Concerning performance, the tool enables to check all examples in the PVS Bernstein testsuite within a second, which can be an order of magnitude faster than some other tools such as QEPCAD or REDLOG. Although JBernstein uses double, it offers automatic error-estimation capabilities (experimental) so that the generated result is correct (the solver may return unknown when the error-estimate is too large)
An Open Source C++ Integrated Optimization Environment
An Open Source C++ Integrated Optimization Environment.
This is a small Java library which reads MDF Files up to Version 3.00
This Library for Java shall enable developers to use (at first read, maybe later writer) MDF Files, as described by the Format Specification MDF Format by Vector Informatics. The MDF file format is widely used in automotive engineering and other fields for the recording of measurement data. This Java library parses MDF files and enables different kind of read access. If this library is not helpful for a particular purpose it can at least be used to see how the parsing (and therefore how the file format itself) works.
"Spider" Lunar Exursion Module for Orbiter 2010/11
Spider is a vessel addon module for the 2010 and 11 versions of Professor Martin Schweiger's Orbiter Space Flight Simulator
Tools for Testing IG CIGI Compliance
Tools for testing CIGI IG and host implementations against the CIGI standard.