Portable Ubuntu Linux for Scientific Computing
Released August 22, 2013 Lubuntu Blends: Biochemistry 13.04 (Raring) v5.44 Linux Kernel Image 3.8.0-29 Lubuntu Blends are pre-installed Wubi disk image remixes of Ubuntu and Debian Science meta packages, A custom boot loader allows installations to be copied and automatically booted from most external or USB flash drives. Once up and running, use earlier Lubuntu Remix README instructions here until documentation is updated. https://sourceforge.net/projects/portable-linux/files/ Installation 1. Download the Wubi installer http://releases.ubuntu.com/saucy/wubi.exe 2. Install any flavor of Ubuntu. 3. Swap out the root.disk with the ones provided here. Overview LAMP stack running on localhost (127.0.0.1). Scientific, productivity & media packages include R (Rattle Data Miner), GridEngine, Condor, cooperative computing tools, WINE, LibreOffice, Evolution, Clinica, Neuro Debian Desktop, PsycoPy, OpenVibe, 3DSlicer, Paraview, Openshot. Cheers, Gregory Remington
Program to transform any XML document to a RDF one.
Some scenarios for neuroinformatics experiments are saved in standard XML document. This program should be able to parse almost any scenario so far to make a full-valuable RDF file, where every pieces of scenario has their own URI. This project is from University of West Bohemia in Czech republic, required to Fundamentals of Software Engineering (KIV/ZSWI).
Basic interaction between client and server
Simple but comprehensive updater solution for Java Applications
JavAuto is designed to give developers an easily-implemented and feature-rich system to facilitate distributing application updates to end users. Simply drop JavAuto in your project and write a few method calls and you'll have your brand new update manager ready to go! We welcome feature requests, but please be sure to check our list of planned features before submitting a ticket. If you are interested in contributing to the project let us know that as well.Happy Updating!
A Java Version of Magnie's Mesh Server for VPS
Written in Java, this is meant to be used as a replacement for Scratch (by MIT) on web servers. It uses TCP port 42001 and Remote Sensors Connections Protocol.
An Open Question Answering Java System
JavaPARALEX is a Java version of the best known Paralex system developed by Fader et al. and described in their article "Paraphrase-Driven Learning for Open Question Answering". It has been developed to be part of the bigger PALMISANO project at La Sapienza University of Rome. It includes both a learning mode and a LIVE Question Answering mode. As interface mode for PALMISANO, it also provides an Answer mode to work with JSON files downloaded via Twitter API.
Unified Test and Logging layer for multiple programming languages
Modern software systems and application are commonly written in multiple languages, include scripting engines, and are frequently build on multiple specialized frameworks and middleware for a considerable diversity of runtime environments. The latest influencing update in development paradigm is the application of multicore processors. This projects is aimed to unify the required trace and logging output and integrate into debugging environments. The target is to provide general development, test, and production support of software environments based on multiple programming languages for distributed multicore environments.
Calc solar radiation on walls and roofs of a 3d city model
This project will enable users to import 3d city models and calculate potential solar radiation on the 3d surfaces. That includes walls and roofs. The solar radiation does take care of shading effects caused by the surrounding buildings.
BackDup is a Duplicity front-end for MacOS and Linux
BackDup is a Duplicity (http://duplicity.nongnu.org/) front-end for MacOS and Linux written in Java. Duplicity creates bandwidth-efficient backup using the rsync algorithm. Mac OS users: please install Duplicity via macports (https://www.macports.org/) Linux users: install Duplicity via your package manager as usual.