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Sources of the simulations package for the Planck satellite project1 weekly downloads
NOTE: NO LONGER ACTIVE. MOVED TO github The Sandia Engineering Analysis Code Access System (SEACAS) is a suite of preprocessing, postprocessing, translation, and utility applications supporting finite element analysis software using the ExodusII database file format.1 weekly downloads
SIGPROC - a collection of signal processing programs developed for pulsar data reduction has been developed and maintained since 1999. The package is used to search for and visualize the presence of pulsed signals in noisy radio astronomy data.1 weekly downloads
Least-squares fit of amylopectin chain-length distribution1 weekly downloads
Open source codes related to dissipative particle dynamics1 weekly downloads
Build and run environment for HPC codes on Windows1 weekly downloads
Analyse output from MCMC codes like SPINspiral and lalinference_mcmc1 weekly downloads
Tools to read and convert CM1 HDF5 model output. Includes a VisIt plugin.1 weekly downloads
The program consgen takes multiple protein structures in PDB format and aligns them using a modified Procrustes method that aims to maximize residue similarity. The principal result is a consensus structure showing residue conservation.1 weekly downloads
Tools to analyse output from the stellar-evolution code ev/STARS/TWIN1 weekly downloads
Standalone static site generator for Linux console1 weekly downloads
NO FURTHER DEVELOPMENT AT THE MOMENT DUE TO OTHER OBLIGATIONS. The FMet software package can be used for the scientific processing of Meteosat SEVIRI data. A full description can be found in http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cageo.2007.12.0061 weekly downloads
gMol molecular graphics1 weekly downloads
FE simulation based automatic global optimisation in modern Fortran1 weekly downloads
Schematically plot the evolution of binary stars1 weekly downloads
Fortran codes for SCNURS method - Side Cut Non-Uniform Residual Stress1 weekly downloads
This is a simple software for performing various statistical and mathematical operations on single ASCII data-files. Entire file is read into an array, which is then analyzed. Number of columns is detected automatically.1 weekly downloads
A 2-D inviscid flow and adjoint solver on unstructured triangular grids. It makes use of a vertex-centroid finite volume scheme which is second order accurate. The adjoint solver is developed using the automatic differentiation tool called TAPENADE. Code has been moved to https://github.com/cpraveen/euler2d
The Atmosphere-Regolith-Vegetation (ARVE) project has the goal of creating, maintaining and distributing a state-of-the-art Dynamic Global Vegetation Model (ARVE-DGVM) for investigating the role of the Earth's land surface in the climate system.
CENAT in Costa Rica is enforcing the use of clustering techniques to aid scientific development. beowulf-cenat is the first step towards the implementation of cluster tools, documentation and standards for CR, including Grid on a later stage.
This is an f90 implementation of the Brown, Preston, and Singleton (BPS) stopping power. 1. L.S. Brown, D.L. Preston, and R.L. Singleton Jr., "Charged Particle Motion in a Highly Ionized Plasma," Phys. Rep. 410/4 (2005) 237; arXiv:physics/05009168.
CGNU (Clean GNU) aims to use modern documentation technologies to clean the GNU project of bitrot and outdated build technology.
This project aims to develop the compression SPH code can deal with the multi-phase surface motion problem. The code can simulate the wave surface tracking, wave breaking and wave interaction with structure.
CartGen is a Cartesian grid generator that can generate uniform, octree (anisotropic/nongraded), immersed boundary Cartesian grids over complex geometry. Inpute geometry is some triangulated (water-tight) surfaces.
A program to merge chemical data with meteorological input used in BRAMS model.