A library of optimized parameters and example source code for the use of generalized Langevin equation in molecular dynamics.
GMIT provides generic interface of mesh used in computational fluid dynamics, and is equipped with some tools for generating and manipulating mesh. Specific details of mesh will be isolated from upper level application (eg. numerical algorithm).
GNUDE is a complete suite of GNU C, C++, Fortran, and Java Cross Compilers, and the GDB CPU Simulator and Debugger for embedded microprocessor applications development. Targets development for ARM7, ARM9, and XScale applications.
GNU/Grade is an attempt to create an open alternative to commercial color grading systems on Linux, using QT4 framework, ImageMagick, OpenCV and ffmpeg.
GeographicLib is a small set of C++ classes for converting between geographic, UTM, UPS, MGRS, and geocentric coordinates, for gravity (e.g., EGM2008), geoid, and geomagnetic field (e.g., WMM2010) calculations, and for solving geodesic problems. For documentation, visit https://geographiclib.sf.io
The GetData library provides an API to interface with Dirfile databases. The Dirfile database format is designed to provide a fast, simple, scalable format for storing and reading binary, synchronously-sampled, time-ordered data.
Unix Tools For Windows
CodeBlocks With A full development environment. Took a while but CodeBlocks is now upto speed and in sync with the current release version. New version of CodeBlocks supports XML based configuration, so users can do specialized compiler support if needed. Changed away from the old Msys in favor of Msys2 which has better support for a lot of things like miktex. Old package is still there if you still need it but wont be developed on anymore. Loads of modifications compared to the Msys2 package from Alex, you can still update Msys2 packages from his server though. MinGW64 packages have to many changes compared to Alex version so those will not upgrade but im working on creating my own package server. Current Msys2/MinGW64 gcc is now 6.2.0-4 and binutils 2.27. New packages will be uploaded shortly. Stay tuned for more changes.
Data Analysis, Simulations and Visualization on the Sphere
Software for pixelization, hierarchical indexation, synthesis, analysis, and visualization of data on the sphere. Please acknowledge HEALPix by quoting the web page http://healpix.sourceforge.net and publication: K.M. Gorski et al., 2005, Ap.J., 622, p.759 Full software documentation available at http://healpix.sf.net/documentation.php Wiki Pages: https://sourceforge.net/p/healpix/wiki/Home GDL users should read https://sourceforge.net/p/healpix/wiki/HEALPix%20and%20GDL/
This project is established to provide students in science and technology fields many kinds of necessary materials for learning and researching. It includes sourcecode (or exercise) of programs in C++, Pascal, Fortran, Matlab, Mathematical, Visual Studio
MW and RF Harmonic Balance Simulator
Hermes -- a set of libraries and tools for the support of scientific simulation and data archival.
Analysis software for Nbody/SPH or SPH simulations (e.g. performed with Gadget II). See http://sourceforge.net/apps/wordpress/hyplot/about and http://sourceforge.net/apps/trac/hyplot/wiki for more information.
Performance Timing Tools
Ichnaea is a set of tools that aid in collecting and tracking parameters and timings for parallel applications. The Performance Modelling Timing Module, PMTM, is a library that wraps system timing calls to abstract these from code developers and aid portability. It also has functionality to store parameters and print those, along with the timing information to a comma separated variable file. The Performance Modelling Analysis Tool, PMAT, is coming soon. This is able to read in and store the outputs from PMTM and produce some graphs based on user-defined criteria. Documentation found in the Wiki. As of March 2015, main development has been switched to the UK Mini-Application Consortium Github page. Work on PMTM from the unreleased version 2.6.0 can be found here: https://github.com/UK-MAC/PMTM Work on PMAT version 3 will be commencing shortly here: https://github.com/UK-MAC/PMAT Tarballs of releases will continue to be available here.
Getting rid of the endian problems as well as the the multitude of numerical formats existing on different systems. say goodbye to #ifdef BIGENDIAN ... or #ifdef THAT_OS_FLOAT
Build Systems for WSJT Applications
JTSDK is a pre-configured collection of open source cross platform development frameworks, Gnu tools, libraries and custom written scripts designed to ease compiling WSJT applications and documentation from source code. WINDOWS APPLICATIONS ---------------------------------------------------------------------- * JTSDK-QT.......: WSJT-X, WSPR-X and MAP65 * JTSDK-PY........: WSJT and WSPR * JTSDK-DOC....: All WSJT Documentation * JTSDK-MSYS..: General Compiling LINUX APPLICATIONS ------------------------------------------------------------------ * JTSDK-Nix.......: WSJT, WSJT-X and WSPR
KDTREE2 is a Fortran 95 module, and a parallel set of C++ classes which implement tree construction and search routines to find near neighbors in a data set. The C++ implementation requires the STL as well as the BOOST C++ library be installed.
Linear Algebra Common Expressions (LACE) is a C++ templated library which allows you to operate with matricies and vectors inside your code as easy as on the whiteboard.
pp->gamma cross sections parametrization
This library contains the parametrization of pp->gamma cross section functions based on Phys.Rev. D90 (2014) 12, 123014 (astro-ph/1406.7369) work. The functions are written in Python, Fortran and Matlab. Please, if you use this library DO NOT reference to this webpage, instead reference to Phys.Rev. D90 (2014) 12, 123014 (astro-ph/1406.7369), "Parametrization of gamma-ray production cross-sections for pp interactions in a broad proton energy range from the kinematic threshold to PeV energies" by Ervin Kafexhiu, Felix Aharonian, Andrew M. Taylor, Gabriela S. Vila
An easy to use, yet save and fast linear algebra library. LinAl is designed to be compatible with the one and only true language for numerical computations, which is FORTRAN. It is based on STL containers and algorithms.
Loglan language and Virtual Loglan Processor repository
Loglan'82 is a programming language conceived for object and distributed programming. It has many features that make Loglan'82 a tool surpassing other programming languages: * It enjoys a unique safe and efficient system of managing objects, see [[Safe dealocation]], * It offers modules of classes (__class__), moreover it allows to declare modules of cooperating objects i.e. **coroutines** and modules of threads ('''process'''). One can create not only objects of classes, but also objects of coroutines with their ''fibres'' and objects of processes, aka agents with their *threads*. * Virtual machines of Loglan may connect (through internet) in a virtual, multiprocesorr computer.This allows to distribute a computation of a program between processors in a controlled way. * Objects of processes (agents) can be alocated on different nodes of a network of virtual machines or on the same machine.
Manufactured Analytical Solution Abstraction (MASA): a library for applying the Method of Manufactured Solutions to verification of numerical software used for solving systems of nonlinear algebraic and differential equations.
MCF - Models Construct Framework
MMTL, the Multilayer Multiconductor Transmission Line 2-D and 2.5-D electromagnetic modeling tool suite, generates transmission parameters and SPICE models from descriptions of electronics interconnect dimensions and materials properties.
MagCAD is a set of tools for reconstructing 3D meshes from medical images such as MRI scans and ultra-sound. Resulting meshes are designed for CFD and visualisation
MieConScat is a GUI/Console program for generating MIE SCATtering data as a table of cross sections. It can generate scattering cross sections over specified angular ranges and total absorption cross sections. It was initially developed to aid work with optical particle counters (OPC) especially when CONverting data between cross section and diameter space. These methods are described in Rosenberg et al. 2012, Particle sizing calibration with refractive index correction for light scattering optical particle counters and impacts upon PCASP and CDP data collected during the Fennec campaign and CDP data collected during the Fennec campaign, http://www.atmos-meas-tech.net/5/1147/2012/amt-5-1147-2012.html