Kaldin | Open Source Web-based online examination software
Open source examination software for conducting any type of exam including online exam, pre-screening for colleges, universities and companies. Exciting features: * Readymade Questions: Thousands of ready to use questions. * Multiple/single choice, true/false, yes/no type questions. * Manage questions, Exams and quick result reports. * Scalable platform to handle thousands of simultaneous exams. Support and help: email@example.com
This project is not supported anymore. A new implementation of EDITS 2.1 can be found as part of the Excitement Project (http://www.excitement-project.eu/). A new more generic version of the system supported by Milen Kouylekov can be found on this page https://github.com/kouylekov/edits.
A simple utility making basic conversions, mostly done for educational purpose.
Testing tool for Semantic Bridges. Supports the evaluation of rule-based (SWRL) ontology mappings to provide trust in a distributed multi-actor environment with heterogeneous independent information models materialized in OWL ontologies. See QualiPSo.org
TraSim is a simple framework for the development of traffic algorithms, and the observation of their behaviour. It comes with an algorithm that handles traffic lights dynamically, based on the presence of cars and pedestrians. Both cars and pedestrians can be spawned randomly; however, user interaction is also supported for both entities (e.g. to control destination, crossing decisions). Features such as distributed user interaction were originally left as future work; however, interaction with the main application via sockets is already supported.