Spheral++ provides a steerable parallel environment for performing coupled hydrodynamical & gravitational numerical simulations. Hydrodynamics and gravity are modelled using particle based methods (SPH and N-Body).
FAMOUSO is an event-based publish/subscribe middleware written in C++ for systems ranging from 8Bit micro-controllers up to 32Bit PC/Workstations.
OpenPMU is a collaborative project developing a software defined Phasor Measurement Unit for Smart Grids and electrical utilities. This project is currently hosted by Queen’s University Belfast.
PyVE is image analysis and visualization environment
PyVE is image analysis and Visualization Environment focused at clinical use. At the core of it there is a powerful viewer for displaying 3D datasets (MRI, PET, CT) based on VTK. It all comes precompiled allowing painless access to Python (2.x), the ITK toolkit for image analysis, numpy/scipy for numerical calculations, Qt and PyQt4 for the development Graphical User Interfaces. It is what you need for fast prototyping and development of more complex projects.
Home of the SansView project for SANS analysis
NOTICE: DEVELOPMENT OF THIS PROJECT HAS ENDED!! Its successor can be found at: https://sourceforge.net/projects/sasview ------------------ SansView is a Small Angle Scattering (SAS) analysis package for the analysis of 1D and 2D scattering data directly in inverse space. The focus was originally on neutron data (SANS) but has been used for X-ray’s as well and includes a tool for determining a slit resolution for the SAXSess instrument. SansView also includes PrView to invert SAS data to P(r), a resolution calculator, and a scattering length density calculator among others tools. A simple plugin mechanism is available for users to add custom models. This project was initiated by the NSF funded DANSE project, DMR-0520547, SANS sub-project at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Acknowledgement of that original funding would be appreciated in any publications that make use of the software.
Home of the SasView project for SAS analysis
SasView is a Small Angle Scattering (SAS) analysis package for the analysis of 1D and 2D scattering data directly in inverse space. The focus was originally on neutron data (SANS) but has been used for X-ray’s as well and includes a tool for determining a slit resolution for the SAXSess instrument. SansView also includes PrView to invert SAS data to P(r), a resolution calculator, and a scattering length density calculator among others tools. A simple plugin mechanism is available for users to add custom models. This project was initiated by the NSF funded DANSE project, DMR-0520547, SANS sub-project at the University of Tennessee Knoxville. Acknowledgement of that original funding would be appreciated in any publications that make use of the software.
SilenceVST is an extensible, open-source language for programming music and sound on Windows. SilenceVST consists of a set of Python extensions and a custom Python shell that runs either standalone, or as a VST plugin.
The FMI++ PowerFactory FMU Export Utility
The FMI++ PowerFactory FMU Export Utility is a stand-alone tool for exporting FMUs for Co-Simulation (FMI Version 1.0) from DIgSILENT PowerFactory models. It is open-source (BSD-like license) and freely available. It is based on code from the FMI++ library and the Boost C++ libraries. The FMI++ PowerFactory FMU Export Utility provides a Python script that creates FMUs from certain PowerFactory models, including the XML model description and shared libraries. Additional files (e.g., time series files) and start values for exported variables can be specified. Currently, two types of simulations are supported: In quasi-static steady-state simulations a power system’s evolution with respect to time is captured by a series of load flow snapshots. RMS simulations allow to calculate the time-dependent dynamics of electromechanical models, including control devices (new in version v0.6).
Zignal is a very lightweight library for handling signals (As the ones found in Qt or Boost.Signals). It aims a being used in embedded programs, in order to improve their conception, and code readability. Its implementation is based on a gcc hack.
Build system And Software Implementation Standard
The CMake Build system And Software Implementation Standard makes it easy to create sharable software and libraries that work together. This is accomplished by combining and documenting some of the best practices and utilities available. More importantly, BASIS supplies a fully integrated suite of functionality to make the whole process seamless! Check out the web site for more information. The Git repository of this project is hosted on GitHub. Some interesting facts about this project can be found on Ohloh at https://www.ohloh.net/p/cmake-basis.
An open source project to hold cglinux test suites, which are mostly for CGL2.0 projects (some are already in each individual open source project). This is a centralized place for users to download, while, not for CGL certification or registration.
HdfUtil is a collection of utilities to ease the exchange of HDF5 files between C++, Matlab and Python. The long term goal is integration into the main HDF5 distribution.
A collection of software to implement search engine technology. The overall search technology is built on the individual components of this project, each component is released under the BSD License, and is written in the language most suited to its task.
Interactive aims to be a cutting edge Opensource, community driven MMO Engine for the indie community. Our goal is to provide a service like AAA companies have in Hero Engine and Big World.
Middleware for distributed applications
The purpose of the project is to develop a portable programming framework that facilitates distributed and multi-threaded programming for C++, Java, and Python. MADARA was originally developed as an agent-based middleware specifically for real-time, distributed artificial intelligence, but is now more general purpose for distributed timing, control, knowledge and reasoning, and quality-of-service. MADARA is composed of several tools and middleware, and the main entry point into the system is the Knowledge and Reasoning Language (KaRL) Engine, which provides a real-time scripting language for nanosecond execution times hooked into a flexible transport layer for distributed reasoning. The KaRL engine also supports object-oriented C++, Java, and Python programming through Containers, classes that provide abstractions and references for variable location within the KaRL Knowledge Base. This project is currently in process of being ported from http://madara.googlecode.com.
Variation analysis of metagenomic samples
The package enables detection of sequence variation between metagenomic samples.
Prayer Clock is a small application to remind the users to pray several Catholic prayers, eg: Angelus, 3 O'Clock Prayer, some Novena prayers, etc. Angelus will be changed to Regina Caeli during Eastertide.
PyOSG is a python wrapper for the OpenSceneGraph. Version number corresponds to the version of OpenSceneGraph that PyOSG should work with (e.g. PyOSG 2.8 should work with OpenSceneGraph 2.8.x). Still in early stages, so email mday299 if any problems!
Package to interface and control an Astromech Droid (Star Wars' R2-D2 and friends) replica using Willow Garage's ROS Robot Operating System. Please visit http://astromech.net for info on Astromech replicas and ros.org for info on the ROS system.
An Efficient Binary data Format
EBF, which stands for Efficient Binary Format, is a binary file format for reading and writing binary data easily. Reading writing routines are currently available in C,C++,Fortran,Java, Python, IDL, MATLAB. A program called ebftkpy which has a set of utility functions to work with the .ebf files , e.g., viewing the contents and getting a summary, is also provided. The EBF specification is designed to be concise and easy to understand to make it easier for others to write their own code if needed. It is also designed to simplify the programming of input output routines in different programming languages. In a nutshell an EBF file is a collection of data objects. Each data object is specified by a unique name and a single file can have multiple data objects. Each data object is preceded by a meta-data or header which describes the binary data associated with it. Among other things, this header allows the files to be portable across systems with different endianess.
Precompiled (deployable) open source binary files
These precompiled (deployable) open source binary files distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.
A collection of python scripts which maintain a small linux distribution for a web-managed VPN endpoint providing distributed authentication, roaming profiles, and PKI services. All management is done via encrypted http. Uses LDAP, Kerberos, Apache, Pyth
This is a prototype implementation of "A Network of Ideas" (ANOI) content system.
Simplified interface to the Augmented Reality library ARToolKit for Python and other programming languages.
AUOE stands for Advanced Ultima Online Emulator. This project has the aim to build a highly customizable free opensource UO emulator. Our secondary goal is to build a highly customizable compatible Ultima Online client. Languages: C++/PHP/Perl/Python/XML