A collection of machine-checkend mathematical proofs
The Archive of Formal Proofs is a collection of proof libraries, examples, and larger scientifc developments, mechanically checked in the theorem prover Isabelle. It is organized in the way of a scientific journal. Submissions are refereed.
Don't panic, it's just a game.
Consensus Reality (aka Conreality) is an augmented-reality wargame currently in an early design and planning phase.
A monitor for MFOTL specifications
MonPoly is a prototype monitoring tool that checks compliance of log files with respect to policies specified by formulas in MFOTL (Metric First-Order Temporal Logic). An overview of the tool, including its usage and history, can be found under the Files tab: https://sourceforge.net/projects/monpoly/files/monpoly.pdf/download. The tool is developed as part of an academic project at ETH Zurich. Please visit the following link for more details on the project: http://www.infsec.ethz.ch/research/projects/mon_enf.
Toss is a program which allows to explore the use of logic and terms in various models. On the static side, you can draw graphs and check their properties, axioms and reductions. Then, on the dynamic side, you can model multi-player games with both discrete and continuous dynamics. You can play the games, generate strategies automatically and analyse possible behaviours with respect to various logic formulas.
This project contains a library for writing compilers/type systems and toy compilers for small games.
pdfsandwich generates "sandwich" OCR pdf files, i.e. pdf files which contain only images (but no editable text) will be processed by optical character recognition (OCR) and the text will be added to each page invisibly "behind" the images. pdfsandwich is a command line tool which is supposed to be useful to OCR scanned books or journals. It is able to recognize the page layout even for multicolumn text. Essentially, pdfsandwich is a wrapper script which calls the following binaries: convert, unpaper, tesseract, gs, and hocr2pdf (if tesseract < 3.03). It is known to run on Unix systems and has been tested on Linux and MacOS X. It supports parallel processing on multiprocessor systems. In contrast to most competing sandwich programs, it performs preprocessing of the scanned images, such as de-skewing or removal of dark edges etc. For further information please read the manual: http://www.tobias-elze.de/pdfsandwich/index.html
Audio and video streams generator
Audio toolkit for streaming, aiming at complex Internet radio and video systems. Our stream generator is highly extensible and flexible. Script based, it can be a fully automatic daemon streamer, but is also used for live shows with an user-friendly GUI.