MARF is a general cross-platform framework with a collection of algorithms for audio (voice, speech, and sound) and natural language text analysis and recognition along with sample applications (identification, NLP, etc.) of its use, implemented in Java.
The Napkin Look and Feel is a pluggable Java look and feel that looks like it was scrawled on a napkin. You can use it to make provisional work actually look provisonal, or just for fun.
This project helps to create distributed, realtime simulation environments. It might be useful for industrial or military simulations as well as for computer games. It contains frameworks for networking and 3D rendering and full featured examples.
FLOSSmole (formerly OSSmole) is a set of tools for gathering metrics and publishing analyses about development of free/libre/open source projects. UPDATE: Our data is now released to Google Code. Please see our new home page at http://flossmole.org
PowerTalk automatically speaks Microsoft PowerPoint presentations. For presenters who find speaking difficult, audiences containing people with visual impairments and fun educational uses. Uses synthesised computer speech provided with Windows
This project has been moved to github: https://ragnaroek.github.io/dandelion/ https://github.com/Ragnaroek/dandelion
JavaANPR is an automatic number plate recognition software, which implements algorithmic and mathematical principles from field of artificial intelligence, machine vision and neural networks.
Java framework for face detection and face recognition based on different plugin and filter types. Includes Eigenfaces in pure Java, OpenCV detection via JNI, integration of the Betaface.com Web Service, skin color filter, Adobe XMP Export and a nice GUI
Octave Eclipse GUI
Octave development environment built upon Eclipse's Dynamic Languages Toolkit (http://www.eclipse.org/dltk/). Distributed as an Update site for Eclipse 3.7 Indigo and Indigo-based package for several platforms. Supports search, autocompletion, launching scripts, interactive console, debug and integrated plotting on Octave versions 3.2.x, 3.4.x and 3.6.x. The current goal is to make it running out-of-box on multiple platforms. Currently only Linux and Windows are supported. Mac support is possible. The project needs a maintainer for Mac version, since I don't have Mac to build Octclipse and test it on this platform. Also, it is worth to support Eclipse 4.0 Juno with DLTK 4.
Safe, open source brain stimulation for everyone!
OpenStim is a set of open-source hardware and software designed to administer transcranial direct current stimulation for less than $50. IMPORTANT NOTICE Recently, an error was discovered in the documentation page describing the commands for setting the stimulation polairty. The documentation originally indicated that setting operating_power to a positive number would set the output from W6 as the anode. This is not correct for the most recent version of OpenStim and has been corrected. Note that the correct cofngiuration is: If operating power is set to a positive number the output from the digital potentiometer (W6) should be the cathode If operating_power is set to a negative number, W6 should be the anode
A translation tools suite for Computer-Aided Translation / Computer-Assisted Translation (CAT). A translation processor with translation memory, machine translation and project support, bitext aligner/converter, TMX validator, and others.
It's possible for machines to become self-aware.
We believe that it's possible for machines to become self-aware, but may not exhibit human-like thought processes. This project is a quest for conscious artificial intelligence. We will develop prototypes while we go for our main goal. Our steps will be 1) Develop a Learning/Predictive Module. 2) Develop a Planning Module based on the learning/predictive module. 3) Develop a Plan Optimization Module so plans built in the previous module can be optimized. 4) Develop a Decision Making Engine based on previous planning. 5) Develop prototypes of the artificial creature. 6) Publish some academic papers. And there is the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qH-IQgYy9zg Above video shows a popperian agent collecting mining ore from 3 mining sites and bringing to the base. At the time the agent is born, it doesn't know how to walk nor it knows that it feels pleasure by mining. He has tact only (blind agent). The video shows learning, planning, executing and optimizing plans.
A Grid Security Interface (GSI) enabled SSH terminal application based on the SSHTools suite. Users can use GSI-SSHTerm as an easy way of connecting to the Grid.
Euclide is a dynamic geometry application written in Java. It allows creation of geometric shapes (lines, points, circles, conics...) and transforms (rotation, symmetry...), which depend each other. Moving a shape will also move shapes dependent on it.
ClasspathHelper provides eclipse plugins that determine classpath/classloading related dependencies such as unresolved references, blocked/obscured clases as well as unreferenced classes/jars. ClasspathHelper can model most classloading scenarios.
Open Product Life Cycle Management - An Open source Platform independant, database independant next generation Product lifecycle Management solution For latest information please visit http://www.oplm.org http://github.com/oplm/sparta
Java version of Stellarium.
An open source workbench for chemo- and bioinformatics built on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP).
Music research software
jMIR is an open-source software suite implemented in Java for use in music information retrieval (MIR) research. It can be used to study music in the form of audio recordings, symbolic encodings and lyrical transcriptions, and can also mine cultural information from the Internet. It also includes tools for managing and profiling large music collections and for checking audio for production errors. jMIR includes software for extracting features, applying machine learning algorithms, applying heuristic error error checkers, mining metadata and analyzing metadata.
The T. J. Watson Libraries for Analysis (WALA) provide program analysis capabilities for Java bytecode and related languages. The WALA libraries constitute an open-source release of parts of IBM Research's DOMO analysis infrastructure.
We are developing data standards and software tools that implement these standards to develop a systemic approach to modeling, capturing, analyzing and disseminating flow cytometry data.
The Duine Framework allows one to develop prediction engines for recommender systems. It contains a set of prediction techniques, a way to combine these techniques and a profile manager. The framework has a plug-in architecture, allowing customization.
A powerful C++ class library for image manipulation
ImageStone is a powerful C++ class library for image manipulation. Its features include load, save, display, transformation, and nearly 100 special image effects. It can be used cross platform (includes Windows, Linux, Mac), and especially under windows it can be used as a DIB wrapper class.
Open-Source Cheminformatics and Machine Learning
A collection of cheminformatics and machine-learning software written in C++ and Python. NOTE: the RDKit source code and downloads are now in github: https://github.com/rdkit/rdkit The core algorithms and data structures are written in C++. Wrappers are provided to use the toolkit from either Python or Java. Additionally, the RDKit distribution includes a PostgreSQL-based cartridge that allows molecules to be stored in relational database and retrieved via substructure and similarity searches.
Bangla Language Processing tools developed/monitored by Center for Research on Bangla Language Processing, BRAC University, Bangladesh. See http://crblp.bracu.ac.bd/ for details.