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Trek7 the original multiplayer network star trek game from the early-mid 70s. We are hoping to revive this classic (no, its not netrek/mtrek, not even close). hopefully the SF community can help port this to modern day networks.4 weekly downloads
This is a simple software for performing various statistical and mathematical operations on single ASCII data-files. Entire file is read into an array, which is then analyzed. Number of columns is detected automatically.1 weekly downloads
The Open Source Risk Engine (OSRE) is a natural hazards loss estimation software.1 weekly downloads
Dodona is a molecular dynamics program which aims to treat nanostructures. It is provided with a basic interpretater language and can easily be extended with plugins. It supports basic matrix and vector manipulation in a Matlab/Octave-fashion way.
When something that must be known by everybody, there come this project to ba as 'annoucement' program that tell everybody in this world via internet or cellphone what they must know. For example: tsunamis, earthquake or even meteorite downfall.
A generic spatial information software.
A compiler and cross-compiler for (Currently) Cobol (with Fortran being added later). It is intended to be the first self-hosted open-source Cobol Compiler, e.g. the compiler itself will be written using Cobol.1 weekly downloads
A set of computational chemistry modules and programs to perform ab initio calculations of various properties of small molecules. The system will use GRID technology for large computations. The system will use C++ and Qt, running on Win32 and Linux
Common Gateway Interface Library.
This tutorial is targeted towards beginning programmers with little or no experience. It is based on my experience of Computer Science which began in Fortran. It will of course introduce fortran and it's feature. The compiler to be used is g77 (win/linux)1 weekly downloads
Project to develop a set of open source tool to help people working in the HVAC/R (heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration) area.3 weekly downloads