Simple USB flash memory programmer.
FlashProg is USB base flash memory programmer which is specifically design to read and program 3.3V SPI flash memory devices.
XMOS based, USB2 audio card, low power consumption, small form factor, 8 synchronous input channels and 4 stereo output channels.
PCM based signal generator and oscilloscope
This program is a soundcard based signalgenerator and oscilloscope for low frequency and low voltage signals written for linux using the alsa api. It uses the internal DAC/ADC of the soundcard (PCM) to capture signals or generate them. Depending on the available PCM device, it's possible to generate or capture signals up to 96 Khz.
WIP Patched Kernel Sources (Linux 4.15.12-wip-x41)
WIP Patched Kernel distribution with custom settings (Linux 4.15.12-wip-x41) and new features. Optimized to take full advantage of Desktops, PC Gamers, Workstations, Media Centers and others. PERFORMANCE AND TO POWER AMAZING EXPERIENCE FOR GAMING G SERIES Experience a whole new way to interact with your PC like never before. Supports all recent 64-bit versions of Debian and Ubuntu-based systems.
Components for IEC61375 standardised communication
TCNOpen is an open source initiative which the partner railway industries created with the aim to build in collaboration some key parts of new or upcoming railway standards, commonly known under the name TCN. TCN (Train Communication Network) is a series of international standards (IEC61375) developed by Working Group 43 of the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission), specifying a communication system for the data communication within and between vehicles of a train. It is currently in use on many thousands of trains in the world in order to allow electronic devices to exchange information while operating aboard the same train. TCNOpen follows the Open Source scheme, as the software is jointly developed by participating companies, according to their role, so as to achieve cheaper, quicker and better quality results. Licenses: TRDP: MPLv2.0 http://www.mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/ TRDPSpy: GPL http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
C and C++ control flow graph generator and analyzer
CoFlo generates Control-Flow Graphs from C and C++ source code. It can then output the graphs in a number of ways and perform various control flow analyses.
AVR-based distributed control system for cars. * Main module (122х32 display, keyboard, K-LINE, RS-232, RS-485) * Door windows module (up, down, full-up/down) * Front lamps module (smart-relay) * Central-lock module (in progress) * e.t.c.
A WDM Virtual Audio Loopback Cable/Device
Virtual-Audio-Pipeline:- A WDM Virtual Audio Cable/Device It is a WDM based Virtual Audio Device Driver, can be used as a Virtual Sound Card. No Hardware is requred. Can be used as an Audio Loopback Device. The following are its Features 1. Supports PCM, WAVEEXTENSIBLE format 2. Supports 8 to 32 bit sample format 3. Supports 8000 to 192000 Hz Sample rate 4. Supports upto 7.1 surround sound 5. Supports Windows MME, DS, KS, WASAPI 6. Can be used with DAWs 7. It have Volume control support 8. It have Peakmeter support for sending feedbacks my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
IQA is a C library for objectively measuring image/video quality. It implements many popular algorithms, such as MS-SSIM, MS-SSIM*, SIMM, MSE, and PSNR. It is designed to be fast, accurate, and reliable. All code is Valgrind-clean and unit tested.
FunkOS is an RTOS for 8-32 bit MCUs including AVR, MSP430, and Cortex M3. Both C and C++ kernels avaiable. Key features include preemption, periodic events, device drivers, and mutex/semaphores. Includes a variety of graphics and filesystem middleware. Please also check out FunkOS's big brother, Mark3OS. Mark3OS is slightly larger, but is more scalable, much more feature-rich, and supports a wider variety of devices.
Open Object Oriented ANSI C provide API to build Object Oriented application in ANSI C language. It provide common base classes that allow inheritance to develop application with your own reusable objects, and smart exception recovery support
eChanter is an Open Source electronic bagpipe project, based on the Arduino platform, using capacitive touch sensors, with polyphonic wavetable synthesis PCM audio at 8KHz. See Files for the development version, eChanter v3.0.
Text-to-Speech for Basque and Spanish
Text-to-Speech conversor for Basque and Spanish. It includes linguistic processing and built voices for the languages aforementioned. Its acoustic engine is based on hts_engine and it uses a high quality vocoder called AhoCoder. Developed by Aholab Signal Processing Laboratory: https://aholab.ehu.es/aholab/ http://aholab.ehu.es/ahocoder/
SWIM protocol for flash programming of STM8 processors
Library for programming flash memory of STM8S105 using STM32F100. You may use this abandoned project as an inspiration.
A Platform for Multiscale Analysis
This project is mainly focused on development of a platform suitable for multiscale analysis of solids. The initial development is aimed at coupling finite elements with atomistic models and the Arlequin method. The features are: Fully extensible, object oriented Fortran 2003 compliant Many features of the Fortran 2003 standard such as derived data types, type extension, abstract data types, generic procedures, type bound procedures are used to make a flexible and doable code. MPI parallel molecular dynamics with 3 potentials (LJ, EAM, MEAM ). This is based on WARP which is an old version of LAMMPS. To easily understand and work with molecular dynamics/mechanics with effective potentials Interface to several linear equation solvers (MKL, MUMPS, PSBLAS, SPARSKIT) An F03 interface for LAMMPS (C++ version). This is coupled to ABAQUS too. All the LAMMPS object are accessible through the F2003 interface and this is used to concurrently couple LAMMPS
URDB is a universal reversible debugger that adds reversibility to almost any debugger through a python-based wrapper. It also supports reversible debugging of distributed computations, and temporal search on expression values.
Computer Vision Framework Library (for Linux)
QCV is a Qt-based computer vision framework library that provides an easy to use interface to display, analyze and run computer vision algorithms. The library is provided with practical examples to show what you can do with just a few lines of code. OpenCV is used as the supporting computer vision library. QCV provides interfaces for C and C++. The C interface is a set of simple function calls to allow the user to visualize data and obtain events from the system and user input. The C++ interface has more features allowing the user to run and analyze complex computer vision algorithm in a few lines of code (see the stereo and surf examples). QCV offers a 2D visualization tool, an on-line on-the-fly parameter editor, a clock tool to evaluate computation times, and a control tool to manipulate input video and sequences of images. Multiple application examples that demonstrate the main features of this framework are provided in the last release. Check it out!
ATENTION; SEE DOCUMENT TO RUN; LAST VERSION 101
Translate local OpenStreetMap files to shapefiles #Atencion: ver documentacion para ejecutar #Ultima version 101
Finite Element Method on 3D Meshes
f3dmlib is a FEM library that can read, write and analyse 3D tetrahedral meshes, minimize a given functional, and refine the resulting meshes. The minimization is parallelized with OpenMP. Three main features in unstable 1.8.x version (available via GIT): quadratic elements, periodic boundary conditions, and the solver for scalar and electromagnetic wave equations. f3dmgeom is a collection of a few simple tools for creating surface meshes for tetgen. It can handle simple geometries only.
NXShield API's and Documentation Online API reference available at: http://www.openelectrons.com/NXShield/html/
This a C library for interfacing OM10B optical mouse CMOS sensor with AVR's Atmega MCU's. For more info follow my blog gurdeepmaurya.blogspot.com
Pools of Virtual Boxes (POVB) aims to make it easy to deploy Linux Condor pools on Windows based machines using Virtual Box virtual machines.
Gerenciamento de Leitora e Cartoes Mifare em Linux usando o driver da cis
SLEEF stands for SIMD Library for Evaluating Elementary Functions. SLEEF implements vectorized versions of all C99 math functions, that utilize SIMD instructions of modern processors to make computation more efficient. The library also includes vectorized DFT subroutines.
Yet Another JNI-D2XX Interface Project
A Java Native Interface (JNI) library suitable for communicating with a range of USB interface chips from FTDI via the D2XX driver. It currently supports OS X 10.10+ and Windows 7/8 x64. On OS X, the 64 bit JVM is supported. On Windows, support is limited to the 64 bit JVM (Java 1.8 is now 64 bit). Version 1.0 (In progress) --------------------------------- - Java 8 - SPI support and sample (via MPSSE)