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A header file (cexcept.h) that provides Try/Throw/Catch macros similar to those available in C++ for error handling.4 weekly downloads
A server and helper programs to collect gps information from various sources and automatically generate a continuously improved time annotated road map.1 weekly downloads
This program reads the output traces of MITSIMLab and converts them into a format which can be read and visualized by Ns 2.1 weekly downloads
A light-weight Genetic Programming system written in C++ that is intended primarily for Symbolic Regression1 weekly downloads
The lpuck project attempts to bring an accessible open source Linux capable extension board to the popular "e-puck" robot from EPFL. Software provided gives easy access to the low level robot chassis, with an included Player driver.1 weekly downloads
This is a group of projects for starters to c, or end users that require basic and free tools for mathmatical calculations and a number of other desktop applications. This project covers basic c applications and code, currently no GUIS,just command line
It's a flexible software bundle and framework for face recognition, which enables users to log into computer automatically, perform face detection, recognition and tracking, and perform experiments. Other applications can be built on top of it.
Our aim is providing fixed nodes with redundancy, share unused bandwidth, and create hotspots with base services(web,email,IM,etc.) for any roaming user. GOAL - To make sharing your excess bandwidth as easy as setting up a NAT (Or XP ICS). Admins Needed!
A generic interface between robots. This is an attempt to formalize a simple protocol for communikating between robots - with concern of the actual media.
A dumbed-down version of a RIP router.
PAPI is a platform independent phylogenic API, based on PHYLIP (Joe Felsenstein).
STARS stands for: Simple Terminal Automation and Reporting System The goal of this project is to provide a simple terminal automation and reporting system for the petroleum and bulk terminal industry
This is a test of a operant conditioning mechanism using a nueral network