Software to processing and analyze of airborne measurements.
The Airborne Data Processing and Analysis (ADPAA) package is an open-source software package containing a collection of programs and scripts to process and analyze data from in-situ instruments deployed on airborne platforms. The ADPAA package was started to process data on the North Dakota Citation Research Aircraft but has been used to process data on many airborne platforms. The software methodology used in ADPAA is provided in the peer-review publication: Delene, D. J., Airborne Data Processing and Analysis Software Package, Earth Science Informatics, 4(1), 29-44, 2011, URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4, DOI: 10.1007/s12145-010-0061-4.
A DNS based malware protection
This is a Proof of Concept Technology for protecting End Users from malware, advanced threat and other malicious content by preventing DNS malicious Request/Responses. Considerations: Virtual Hardware Recommended (ALL Back-level Compatibility): - CPU Type: x86_64 (AMD64) - 4vCPUs - 8GB RAM - 40GB On demand Virtual Disk - Intel e1000 Virtual Network Interfaces (Mandatory) Components Used: PFSense 2.4.3 - Suricata Module - Bind Module - Cron Module - Service Watchdog Module - SNORT Community Signature + Emerging Threats for constant update. - - Bring Your Own SNORT OINKCODE to get advanced rules. #CleanDNS Project: Because Detection is Cool but Proactivity is Better!
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.
Get started with the Redfish RESTful API from the DMTF
Redfish-lab allows a smooth ramp-up with the Redfish RESTful API on an HPE ProLiant server, including UEFI/BIOS configuration with various scripting languages like PowerShell and Python. Small tutorials/articles are also proposed in the Wiki section.
Salix is a linux distribution based on Slackware that is simple and easy to use. Salix aims to be completely backwards compatible with Slackware, so Slackware users can benefit from Salix repositories.