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The Digital Communication Systems Lib: This library contains digital communucations systems implementations, such as BSPK and MIMO - WOFDM. Various OpenSource Projects: 1. Password/Username/Domain Analyzer
A Computer Algebraic System. Designed to do advanced mathematical operations and calculations with a simple user interface.
preconditioning using matlab
MatForce is a compiler that translates MatLab scripts into self-contained C++ code, producing human-readable, extensible C++ sources that can be fitted to the needs of the encapsulating application.
Load and manipulate Picarro data files with Matlab or GNU Octave
This project intended to help teacher to prepare test works on math-based subjects. The engine is matlab-based program able to generate tasks in TeX format. The main feature is ability to form tasks with answers from TeX-templates with random initial dat
Clustering tool for publications from the MEDLINE database
OncoSNP is a computational method for the identification of copy number alterations and loss-of-heterozygosity in heterogeneous tumour samples from Illumina SNP genotyping data.
An open-source script that generates tree-structured paper repository in HTML format. It is based on Bibtex files which can be directly used for scientific writing.
Software for tiled panorama video projection with multiple projectors.
Utilization of parallel programming in construction of artificial neural networks architectures. It utilize MPI, C++ and Scilab.
This is a Matlab Code to build your own speed meter for a Powerball using a coil of enamelled copper wire, an audio cable and a computer with Matlab. Check the code at: http://ovilloenredado.blogspot.com/2009/01/lets-powerball-ii-diy-digital-speed.html
QuantiSNP is a computational algorithm for identifying copy number alterations and genotype calling from Affymetrix and Illumina SNP genotyping data.
Titan allows service-oriented processing of context recognition applications on Wireless Sensor Networks. It includes an execution environment developed for TinyOS and a Java ME (Personal Profile) Network Manager intended to be run on a mobile phone.
This is the source code used in the 2013 PhD thesis by Warren Creemers
Set of functions to process acoustic Doppler current profiler data
CIVx is a free advanced PIV (Particle Imaging Velocimetry) code, developped in Fortran and C++. Input : pair of png images. Output : velocity field in NetCDF format. It is used by the UVMAT Matlab code develloped at LEGI.
This script fills in a two dimensional surface with an unbroken, non-overlapping path. The path direction is random, so one can imaging a chess board filled with dominos, with the constraint that the layout of the dominos is complete (board is filled) an
Estudia cónicas y superficies cuádricas con GNU-Octave
xswifs stands for: cross SoftWare Interfaces. This project provide examples (snippets) for interfacing various software tools and languages with various mechanism. It has been created to help in HW/SW co-simulation and to provide benchmarks.
mlearn is a gradient based learning toolbox for matlab. While it is fairly simple to build a neural network, it is designed for ease of implementing new kind of gradient based architecture.
Physical layer MATLAB simulator for MIMO-OFDM wireless
nBoost is a suite of boosting algorithms designed to solve binary classification problems on data that is not linearly separable by a convex combination of base hypotheses, i.e. noisy data. WARNING: Active development. Underlying algorithm is unstable.
Octave interface to the finite elements library Libmesh. Under the scientific interpreted language Octave, Octmesh allows using the Libmesh characteristics for the numerical simulation of partial differential equations on serial and parallel platforms.