This is one approach to implementing the ideas discussed as the Public Domain Knowledge Base. Originally coded by Stephen Reed before joining Cycorp and currently maintained by Vic Bancroft. The next release with contributions made here will be versio
The PGMFI project has as its goal total understanding of the computerized systems such as ECUs, ABS controllers and other devices present in Honda vehicles. Currently, the Non-Commercial-Sharealike license is reccomended for all releases.
A Perl module that provides an API to run ANSI Common Lisp code.
(Almost) all a scholar in the Humanities needs (polytonic Greek fonts, stylistic and metrical analysis tools, search engines on TLG and PHI) concentrated in only one Linux Live CD, ready to use everywhere at home or at University, without installation
This is a package manager for GNU/Linux. It will be built using concepts from bittorent. This program will mostly be written in Python with a little Lisp.
The project wants to give support to the different tasks and jobs that are made in the common electrical industry. There are many commercial applications that already do the work. We can development by ourselves and make accesible for every one who need
Project Cogito is a artificial intelligence infrastructure to aid the development of thinking machines. It will provide the ability to create virtual worlds with loadable objects that brains can interact with. Administrative interfaces will be provided.
PDKB is an Artificial Intelligence Knowledge Bank of commonsense rules and facts. It is based on the Cyc Upper Ontology and the MELD language.
Pythagoras is a dynamic geometry software, providing construction, evaluation, manipulation and visualization of geometric objects in 2D and 3D eucledian space. Natural Language support, Smart Agent.
A highly extensible and customizable MMORPG with natural language processing and AI characters. Hopefully some new ideas.
Roboverse from MIT ML
There are Rule-based engine for implementing business logic and flow control engine for JavaSE and JavaEE applications. Consists of MVC Process Framework and Rule Evaluating Runtime Engine.
SKESD stands for "Structured Knowledge: Entry, Search and Display". The aim of the project is to create a cross between a Wiki and an AI knowledge representation system.
OS based on Agent based Security with a new type of split kernel and agents platform.
ScenConnect shows scenarios as networks of situation and event tag sets, for fast comparisons. It links scenarios to tags, scores, and other metadata, creating situationals suitable for search, mining, machine learning, and planning.
this will help me in studying project management
In the field of technical analyis of stock trends, there are numerous, sometimes contradictory theories regarding buy and sell signals. It is the aim of this project to develop a system that takes historical data and returns the best possible strategy.
TechnoForge aims to be a website operated for the purpose of fostering hardware development and technical documentation creation under Open-Source Initiative -approved licenses or other arrangements relating to hardwware and/or documentation development.
The Blood of Gods is a 1-player RPG written in Clojure using the Slick game library. Intended features include turn-based combat with action elements, a rich system of character customization, and an intricate story about heroes descended from Gods.
The software aims to simulate emotional episodes in the virtual characters that are created using the SimAgent Toolkit developed at University of Birmingham. It can be used in Gaming to simulate true emotions in the characters.
The Genetic Architecture Framework is intended to explore and experiment with artificial life techniques using a genetic base for the physical and neural networks for the brain, in a game based simulated world.
The Integrator is a tool for integrating symbolic mathematical expressions. It reads the expression in a lispish and then outputs the Integral.
The SF repository for all projects on my.gnus.org: Tutorial, FAQ, dotfiles, HowTos
ThinLisp is a practical dialect of lisp for real world applications. You develop in Common Lisp, you deploy in C. ThinLisp programs are as fast as C, by design. Used for a decade in million line systems.
A small, extremely efficient, core server for Tiny-style MU*s. Core language is LISPish, will support something much like MUSHcode as well, other languages potentially to come down the road. Server is multithreaded and multiplatform.