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Seeks to be a complete backup suite for computers.
BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
The objectives of OCERA is the design and implementation of a library of free software components for the design of embedded real-time systems. These components will be used to create flexible, configurable, robust and portable embedded applications.
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The Nexus Operating System is a planned, realtime multimedia operating system compliant with POSIX standards. Nexus is intended not to become the next fad; it is the OS all developers can develop for without losing market standing in other OS's.
A formally verified implementation of cryptographic algorithms using the SPARK programming language. For the complete library proofs of the absence of run-time errors are available. Some of its subprograms include proofs of partial correctness.