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The CommGen platform is intended to be a simple, scalable integration platform for small to medium problem sets. The architecture is simple, consisting of a distributed kernel, distributed O/S, agent and application layer.
Howe is a spoken dialogue system project designed for browsing instructions. The project serves as a base for research on new dialogue system capabilities.
IISA - Intelligent Interface to Sequence Analysis is an expert system for biological sequence analysis using Bioperl and Prolog.2 weekly downloads
Mopsos is a word prediction framework, intended to aid research and development regarding inter- and next-word prediction algorithms by providing a standarized environment to facilitate testing and ranking.1 weekly downloads
Multiplatform (MUltiple Language / Target Integration PLATform FOR Modules) implements a unified integration platform for multiple modules written in multiple languages (C, C++, Prolog, Java) and multiple target platforms (GNU/Linux, Solaris, Windows).
OpenESM project to promote software development of enterprise systems management. Focus areas are (Performance and Availability, Configuration Management, Data Warehousing, Reporting and Correlation).2 weekly downloads
We have implemented a core summarizer of scientific articles written in Spanish, with the following components: a tokenizer, a grammar checker, a clarity checker, a cohesion-coherence checker, a common-topic extractor and an output formatter.2 weekly downloads
A prolog-based functional-logical "Make" tool for managing the execution of complex interdependent tasks
Leo is a project to provide an architecture for defining XML specifications of grammars for different natural language parsing systems and tools for using that architecture to permit sharing of grammar resources across different systems.1 weekly downloads
A program for word-by-word translation (glossing) of texts between languages. Currently there is a web interface for glossing passages in Tolkien's Elvish (specifically, Quenya) into English.1 weekly downloads