Data structures and Algorithms library
Aleph-w is a library of data structures and algorithms implemented in and for C++. It contains the main data structures: single and double lists, special arrays (dynamic and of bits), many types of trees: multitrees, binary search trees, avl, red-black, randomized, treaps, splay and other interesting types. Several types of hash tables are implemented: separated chaining, open adressing with linear probing and double function hash; this last one has a garbage colector mechanism that allows to free deleted entries. Dynamic linear hash tables are implemented too. The main algorithms on graphs are implemented in an easy way and with good performance features. Network Flow (maximum and min cost), cut points, topological sort, spanning trees, min paths. etc. The graphs are generic in the sense that they can contain data independent of the algorithm. Several containers of the C++ STL library are implemented with Aleph-w. Their performance is better than GNU implementation
Arageli is a C++ library for computations in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, linear and integer linear programming. Arageli provides routines and classes that support precise, i.e. symbolic or algebraic, computations.
A collection of machine-checkend mathematical proofs
The Archive of Formal Proofs is a collection of proof libraries, examples, and larger scientifc developments, mechanically checked in the theorem prover Isabelle. It is organized in the way of a scientific journal. Submissions are refereed.
Calendar App To Perform Date-Time Related Functions
Github - https://github.com/shivammathur/C-CPP-Calendar C-CPP Calendar app is a easy to use app to do all the functions that a calendar is used for. The app is very handy and extremely better than using a physical calendar. It is available as both x86 and a x64 versions. The app can display day of any date in the Gregorian calendar (1753 - 9999). It can be used to display calendar of a month of a year. The most awesome feature is that it displays the calendar of a year in a well formatted layout like a paper calendar and also generate a text file for the same. It is very handy when it displays the dates in a month on which a day occurs in that month. C-CPP Calendar provides personalized user account with password protection (MD5 based). C-CPP Calendar is compatible with Windows 2000 up-to Windows 10. Though no official support is there for Linux or mac, it was tested to be work
Open Source "turn-key" institutional repository application
Open Source Digital Asset Management system that enables services for access, provision, stewardship and re-use of digital assets with a focus on educational and research materials For Support, please see: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSPACE/Support RELEASES: The most recent releases are now distributed via GitHub: https://github.com/DSpace/DSpace/releases MAILING LISTS: Mailing lists have all been moved to Google Groups: https://wiki.duraspace.org/display/DSPACE/Mailing+Lists
Digrary is Open Source Digital Library System that enables services for creating electronic archives.
Extreem Reader for Cosmological simulation data P-Gadet2 and ART codes
Extreem Reader for Cosmological simulation data P-Gadet2 and ART codes.It conserves memory by using memory mapped files. Contains some basic analysis tools such a KD-Tree, Minimum Spanning Tree, and rendering module using PMViewer algorithm.
JaCoP is a Java Constraint Programming solver. It provides a significant number of (global) constraints to facilitate efficient modeling of combinatorial problems, as well as modular design of search. Documentation is available at project Web site. Please, note that the sources from version 4.0 are only available at GitHub.
Programming a Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 with Python - The Easy Way
The PS-Drone-API is a full featured SDK, written in and for Python, for Parrot's AR.Drone 2.0. It was designed to be easy to learn, but it offers the full set of the possibilities of the AR.Drone 2.0, including Sensor-Data (aka NavData), Configuration and full Video-support. The video function is not restricted to mere viewing, it is also possible to analyze video images data using OpenCV2. Obviously, the PS-Drone is perfect for teaching purposes; however, even the requirements for professional purposes can be satisfied. PS-Drone comes with a tutorial, explaining its most important commands and the drone's most important sensor values. The examples are easy to understand for people with little programming experience. A full list of commands and a description of all sensor data is available in a detailed documentation. It took several months to create PS-Drone, so it would be nice to get some donations for further development (e.g. Parrot's Bebop) and as a appreciation.
Political economy simulation toolkit
Political economy library is a set of classes and accompanied tools for simulation of economy based on employment by companies, production of goods and consumption - EPC model. Actually it includes market-based model for research of the effects of Tobin tax. The library is based on Zarja library.
Archive your personal history
ResCarta Toolkit offers an open source solution to creating, storing, viewing, and searching digital collections. Applications in the toolkit let users create and edit metadata, convert data to open standard ResCarta format, index and host collections.
cross-distribution software installation system
Zero Install is a decentralised cross-distribution software installation system. Create one package that works everywhere! With dependency handling and automatic updates, full support for shared libraries, and integration with native package managers
a light OPDS/HTML server indexing EPUB and PDF files
elibsrv is a light, standalone OPDS server for Linux. It allows to generate an OPDS repository of EPUB and/or PDF files scanned from on-disk directories. It also provides a simple html interface for non-OPDS humans, which makes it a good fit for both OPDS-aware devices (like Android with FBReader or Aldiko) and browsers with EPUB/PDF capabilities (for ex. Firefox with the excellent EPUBReader plugin). It's worth noting that elibsrv is a complete solution - ie. it doesn't rely on third party software (most similar solutions are designed to work with Calibre...). Requires only PHP with sqlite. If you'd like to see how it looks for real, feel free to test on my 'demo' server (contains a few public domain books) - you can test it both using a web browser and an OPDS device: http://elibsrv-demo.viste.fr
Current version of libliveDVD - ver. 1.7 contains Koha 16.11.06, DSpace 6.0, VuFind 3.1.2 and Drupal 7.54. All these software are installed, preconfigured on lightweight ubuntu operating system with 16.04.02 LTS version along with other software such as mailserver, ibus, etc.
Lograte performs analysis of logging in your desired setup
Lograte performs analysis of logging in your desired setup i.e production/development. This is required to check before a push on the logging setup in the project/product. Helps one identify any false or unwanted logging. Also helps in identifying issues or a broken common logging setup. This project is used to analyse source code in c/c++/objective-c/python/java and perl setups. The moto used in the project is analyse the source code using parsers and meta tags to provide a coverage of the logging mechanism. The moto is also analyse your logging mechanism used with your project in an automated manner.
C++ libraries for manipulations in non-Euclidean geometry
The project contains two C++ libraries for symbolic, numeric and graphical manipulations in non-Euclidean geometry. The first library Cycle implements basic operations on cycles (quadrics) through SFSCc construction. The second library Figure operates on ensembles of cycles connected by Moebius-invariant relations, e.g. orthogonality. Both libraries are based on the Clifford algebra capacities of the GiNaC computer algebra system (http://ginac.de). Besides C++ libraries there is a Python wrapper, which can be used in interactive mode. The core of both libraries is done for an arbitrary dimension and arbitrary signature of the space metric. Additionally, there are some 2D/3D-specific routines including a visualisation to PostScript files through Asymptote (http://asymptote.sourcefourge.net) software. The source code is written in literate programming environment NoWeb (http://www.cs.tufts.edu/~nr/noweb/).
VRG3D is a library that uses G3D and implements a minimal set of features required to run applications written with G3D in projection based virtual reality environments, such as Caves and Fish Tanks.