CoRoPa stands for Computational Rough Paths. The aim of CoRoPa is to provide a software framework for various ideas related to Rough Path Theory, including rough differential equations and the digital description of serial data streams.
Blit contains a group of highly efficient iterative sparse solvers that can handle multiple right-hand-sides (i.e. block solvers). We will implement BLQMR, BLGMRES and other block algorithms in MATLAB, FORTRAN 90, C/C++, CUDA and OpenCL.
Utilization of parallel programming in construction of artificial neural networks architectures. It utilize MPI, C++ and Scilab.
Provides an API, which enables the Matlab or Octave user (and developer) to incorporate Space Weather data and metadata resources from the Space Physics Interactive Data Resource (SPIDR) directly into an Matlab/Octave application. Examples included.
Design and develop Recommendation and Adaptive Prediction Engines to address eCommerce opportunities. Build a portfolio of engines by creating and porting algorithms from multiple disciplines to a usable form. Try to solve NetFlix and other challenges.