This tutorial is targeted towards beginning programmers with little or no experience. It is based on my experience of Computer Science which began in Fortran. It will of course introduce fortran and it's feature. The compiler to be used is g77 (win/linux)
A collection of Fortran interfaces to the most common Open Source GIS libraries, plus some more Fortran-specific tools.
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.
A geek code generator that generates 3.12 compatible geek code block. It lets you add your real age and many other functions not seen in other geek code generators. The geek code block is formatted dynamically, shown on screen and stored in a file
Intelligent e-knowledge base engine for any kind of knowledge-based applications, supporting effective knowledge presentation, precise knowledge search, adaptive learning and immediate consulting.
Geostatistical software made within research centre CERENA/CMRP. NOTE: GEOMS2 (beta release) is available for download in this link https://sourceforge.net/projects/geoms2/
HydroSed2D is a two-dimensional numerical model for hydrodynamics and sediment transport on unstructured mesh.
Fortran emulation of Matlab inline functions
This is a set Fortran 2003 modules that allows to call "formula" objects that resemble the Matlab inline functions (also called "anonymous" or "lambda" functions in other languages). User can give a formula in a string and evaluate it through an eval procedure. The implementations take advantage of the Fortran 2003 procedure pointers to speed up the formula evaluation. These modules also permit to define "expressions". A expression is an uniform way to work with several data types: constants, interpolation tables, formulas and precompiled functions. Finally, it is possible to work with "referenced expressions", that is, arrays of expressions associated to reference numbers.
LARSIM is an acronym for Large Area Runoff Simulation Model. It is a hydrologic model, which describes continuous runoff processes in catchments and river networks. This project provides a user documentation and the presentations of the annual meetings.
LibCPIXE is a library for simulation of Particle Induced X-ray emission spectra.
Oxygen Model for Microtidal Estuaries and Lagoons-OMMEL. Initially designed to describe O2 dynamics in Alfacs Bay (Ebre Delta, NW Mediterranean, Spain), but usable for any marine coastal ecosystem with small tides. http://tdr.cesca.es/TDX-0222108-113814
The Open Source Risk Engine (OSRE) is a natural hazards loss estimation software.
The OpenWatcom IDE is a modernized, powerful development environment for the OpenWatcom C/C++/Fortran compiler toolchain.
Software tools used in the study of Reversible Associations in Structural and Molecular Biology
Renumber Gromacs .top and .gro files
Renumber Gromacs .top and .gro files after removing atoms (e.g. hydrogens) for input into grompp
Sandia National Laboratories’ (SNL) environmental assessment modeling tool helps optimize the design of MHK-turbine array layouts within ocean, tidal, and river systems to balance energy generation efficiency with environmental considerations. The new tool, SNL-EFDC, is an augmented version of US EPA’s Environmental Fluid Dynamics Code (EFDC) and includes; (1) a new module that simulates energy conversion (momentum withdrawal) by MHK turbine-like devices including commensurate changes in the turbulent kinetic energy and turbulent kinetic energy dissipation rate, (2) new, advanced sediment dynamics routines, and (3) augmented water quality modules. SNL-EFDC has been verified and validated against flume measurements of flow around sub-scale turbines and actuator disks.
A generic spatial information software.
Least-squares fit of amylopectin chain-length distribution
This FORTRAN program package finds the parameters involved in amylopectin chain-length distribution (CLD) biosynthesis by fitting experimental CLD data to a model which incorporates the underlying starch biosynthesis. The amylopectin CLD biosynthesis model used by this program is explained in the article “A Parameterized Model of Amylopectin Synthesis provides key insights into the Synthesis of Granular Starch”, by Alex Chi Wu, Matthew K. Morell and Robert G. Gilbert. The downloadable .zip file contain the main code readily usable after compiling. An instruction manual is also provided. This is an open source program.
Code to process human readable input is often highly stylized and repetitive. This project extracts the common elements found in such code and makes them available in a concise form as C tables and subroutines.
Ordinary Differential Equation (ODE) solver for Tcl. Handles both stiff and non-stiff sets of equations; does time-evolved initial value problems and root finding. Based on the popular Lawrence Livermore solver LSODE.
sparse linear algebra library, with emphasis on preconditioned Krylov subspace methods for the solution of linear systems of equations
Visual FUPROLAN (Futured Programming language )Is a programming language for programming in multiple paradigms, such procedural programming, object-oriented programming, and generic programming. But which is characterized by a clear syntax, rigorous and
A set of computational chemistry modules and programs to perform ab initio calculations of various properties of small molecules. The system will use GRID technology for large computations. The system will use C++ and Qt, running on Win32 and Linux
When something that must be known by everybody, there come this project to ba as 'annoucement' program that tell everybody in this world via internet or cellphone what they must know. For example: tsunamis, earthquake or even meteorite downfall.
A detailed nitrogen model inside of a simple ecological model
This is an simple ecological model for lakes and reservoirs that contains a very detailed description of the most relevant nitrogen processes. The model is not very complete, but the main intention is to develop a library to be coupled with other models and use the full-mixed model as a testing version. A lot of things can be improved. I will read all the suggestions but I cannot promise that I will include all of them. Every new part of the code will contain the name of the author. If someone contributes improving the capabilities of this model in a substantial way, I will include that person as co-author of the model in the next version release. I hope this will promote people to contribute. Of course, fixing bugs or minor changes will also be mentioned with the corresponding author. Thanks a lot. I hope this can be the seed of a Open Source Community of Ecological Modellers.