A project to make an Open Source Artificial Intelligence program.
This project implements an algorithm for segmenting protein sequences into smaller meaningful blocks. The method is based on the pure statistical approach and it uses an analogy between proteins and natural language.
PulsarHunter is a java based package for pulsar searching. It operates on a number of standard data formats. This package also includes the JReaper graphical candidate selection tool.
QUASI is a toolkit to rapidly assess the quality of shRNA-Seq based data and call differential abundance using common statistical inference methods (DESeq, edgeR, baySeq).
Interactive program to calculate electronic properties in graphene
Calculate electronic properties of graphene-like systems with a user friendly interface. The code uses the tight binding approximation and it is able to stude in a 0D, 1D and 2D geometries, orbital and magnetic fields, intrinsic and extrinsic spin-orbit coupling, sublattice imbalance, and interactions at the mean field level. The most recent version can be found in https://github.com/joselado/quantum-honeycomp Example videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gO1yRmwgAs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FQlkqAW7Nhs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R7Kt3_DHTtM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQKG_h0FaTM
Web Interface to Rasmol (http://www.rasmol.org). RasMol is a program for molecular graphics visualisation originally developed by Roger Sayle. This interface allows you to visualise molecular structures from pdb, MDL mol or xyz files.
Recon-Calc is a source code feature location tool based on the Software Reconnaissance technique. It allows you to name features of your system and then, based on coverage profiles gathered, you can find where they are implemented in the source code.
The Regional Urban Growth Model (RUG). RUG Development Team c/o Todd BenDor Department of City and Regional Planning University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill CB #3140, New East Building Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3140 bendor AT unc.edu
Application framework for modularizing *nix applications into discretely-purposed components. Resourcerver binds a system of processes together with a local-machine server which facilitates and controls IPC. A primary focus is application security.
RoboComp is a robotics framework providing a set of open-source, distributed, real-time robotic and artificial vision software components and the necessary tools to create and manage them.
C++, Fortran, Java Linux, Windows/Cygwin Framework for Monte Carlo simulation of high-energy collisions
S-BITE is an AS level topology generator for the Internet
The Structure-Based Internet Topology gEnerator (S-BITE) is an Autonomous System (AS) level topology generator for the Internet. The generator exploits a technique that partitions the network topology into two distinct blocks: the Core, which captures the underlying community structure of the Internet, and the Periphery, representing the “tendrils” of the topology. Thanks to this layering, S-BITE is able to accurately reproduce Internet topology at the statistical level,matching classical graph metrics, and represent its structure. S-BITE is mostly implemented in C and depends on the igraph library available at http://igraph.sourceforge.net In order to speed up the execution of the different components, the package uses shell scripts.
This project is for particle accelerator start-to-end simulation. The project contains software infrastructure for setting up model run as service/client mode.
SAS Software Consortium--Making better SAS code for everyone! This project is a location for various SAS programs, shell executables, documentation, tips, and other stuff that helps make using SAS easy for beginners, experts, system administrators, and m
SBIG ST-7 camera controller
Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion
[ Design and Implementation of the Singhal token based mutual exclusion algorithm in kernel-space of FreeBSD ] | Data & Network Security Lab (DNSL) | Room 501, Floor 5, | Department of Computer Engineering | Sharif University of Technology | Azadi Ave., Tehran, Iran Vahid Khodabakhshi <email@example.com> Vahid Ranjbar <firstname.lastname@example.org> Also see the Acknowledgement file Please send bugs to our e-mail
SIPeS - Site Identification from Paired-end Sequencing
Comparative analysis of haploid next-generation genome sequence data
SPANDx is your one-stop tool for identifying SNP and indel variants in haploid genomes using NGS data. SPANDx performs alignment of raw NGS reads against your chosen reference genome or pan-genome, followed by accurate variant calling and annotation, and locus presence/absence determination. SPANDx produces SNP and indel matrices for downstream phylogenetic analyses. Annotated, genome-wide SNPs and indels can also be identified if specified, and are output in human readable format. A presence/absence matrix is also generated to allow you to identify the core/accessory genome content across all your genomes. The outputs generated by SPANDx can be imported into PLINK for microbial genome-wide association study (mGWAS) analyses. SPANDx can utilise PBS, SGE or SLURM for resource management. SPANDx can also run directly on the command line if no resource manager is available. For the most up-to-date version of SPANDx, check us out on GitHub: https://github.com/dsarov/SPANDx
An SQL handler to interface multiple databases data to the OpeNDAP Hyrax (BES) server. Written in C++, it uses unixODBC to query DB and can be dynamically extended to use proprietary ODBC API driver in many easy ways. It is bundled with scripts to ge
SSynth is a package of scientific software consisting of shell scripts and fortran source code for efficiently calculating a model stellar spectrum using the standard LTE, homogenous, and plane parallel approximations.
Scada for Home Automation
SUBLEX is a little app, that is made for counting sublexical frequencies of sublexical units (orthographic and phonological syllables, bigrams/biphonemes, letters/phonemes).
Lexico-grammatical/syntactical analyzer of sentences in English
"SayWhat?" is a natural language processing system for spell-checking, lexical, grammatical and syntactical analysis of simple sentences in English. Note that it is just an educational project, not even 50%-complete (there are still many problems to solve), so don't expect too much.
It's intented use is to parse Unix/Linux-like shell scripts, which have a certain given structure. These scripts may contain variable declarations, program calls and comments. The parser shall retrieve some of these information and check them.
LibSeris is a set of common code for controlling the Seris class of inexpensive personal robots, also created by this project.