Fast C++ matrix library with easy to use functions and syntax, deliberately similar to Matlab. Uses template meta-programming techniques. Also provides efficient wrappers for LAPACK, BLAS and ATLAS libraries, including high-performance versions such as OpenBLAS and Intel MKL. Useful for machine learning, pattern recognition, signal processing, bioinformatics, statistics, finance, etc. For more details, see http://arma.sourceforge.net
An open source software-defined GNSS receiver
An open source software-defined Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) receiver written in C++ and based on the GNU Radio framework.
Sample code for Ocean Optics OmniDriver spectrometer device driver
Sample code demonstrating how to use OmniDriver to drive Ocean Optics full range of spectrometers from C, C++, C#, Java, LabVIEW, Delphi, MATLAB and more.
A generalization of Conway's Game of Life
Conway's Game of Life is generalized to a continuous domain. OpenGL and GLSL shaders are used for real-time 2D and 3D graphics. Time stepping is done via a real to complex FFT based convolution operation. There are also two deliberately simple test implementations in FreeBasic and Matlab. A 2D version on a sphere shows that it is really not dependent on the underlying grid.
Cantera is a suite of object-oriented software tools for problems involving chemical kinetics, thermodynamics, and/or transport processes. It can be used from MATLAB, Python, C++, or Fortran.
Yet Another Audio Feature Extractor is a toolbox for audio analysis. Easy to use and efficient at extracting a large number of audio features simultaneously. WAV and MP3 files supported, or embedding in C++, Python or Matlab applications.
A MATLAB(R) Mex-DLL to SQLite Databases
Did you ever want to store your MATLAB(R) data in a SQL database? Nothing large, simply a few array or strutures in a few tables. Maybe a few indicies and everything manageable with SQL commands? Then msqlite will be the right choice for you! mksqlite connects the power of MATLAB(R) with the efficiency of the SQLite database engine. (See also https://github.com/AndreasMartin72/mksqlite)
Moved to https://github.com/rdiankov/openrave An open-source, cross-platform, plugin-based robot planning environment for autonomous robotics. Includes services like collision detection, physics, (inverse) kinematics, sensors, robot controls, python bindings, and a network scripting environment.
C++, Matlab and Python library for Hidden-state Conditional Random Fields. Implements 3 algorithms: LDCRF, HCRF and CRF. For Windows and Linux, 32- and 64-bits. Optimized for multi-threading. Works with sparse or dense input features.
GPUmat is a C/C++ GPU engine for Matlab based on NVIDIA CUDA.
Please download Windows and Linux version by clicking on "Browse All Files". GPUmat allows standard MATLAB code to run on GPUs. The engine is written in C/C++ and based on NVIDIA CUDA. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions. Unfortunately GPUmat was compiled for CUDA 5.0 and we basically stopped any support for other CUDA version because we don't have the resources to do it. But you can compile the source code if you want. Instructions to compile the source code: You need to download a SVN client and then from command line: svn export http://svn.code.sf.net/p/gpumat/code/trunk ./GPUmat the above command creates a folder ./GPUmat with the source code. Then go to the 'doc' folder, open the GPUmat_Developer_Guide.pdf and check the chapter "Source code compilation"
URBI: Universal Robotic Body Interface. URBI is a scripted command language used to control robots (AIBO, pioneer,...). It is a robot-independant API based on a client/server architecture. Liburbi C++/Java/Matlab are available here. Forum available at ht
A library for fast computation of Gauss transforms in multiple dimensions, using the Improved Fast Gauss Transform and Approximate Nearest Neighbor searching. This library is useful for efficient Kernel Density Estimation (KDE) using a Gaussian kernel.
This tool allows to compute LOLIMOT models. LOLIMOT models are also called neuro-fuzzy models or fast neural network models. This tool can export the model into C, C++, Matlab.
NSB entropy and mutual information estimator; applications to the analysis of neural code.
SparesPOP is a MATLAB implementation of a sparse semidefinite programming (SDP) relaxation method proposed for polynomial optimization problems (POPs). Please send a message to email@example.com if you have any question and/or request. We also release SparsePOPC++ and SparsePOPC++-windows. Both implementations are SparsePOP which does not use MATLAB, but only C++. In particular, SparsePOPC++-windows contains a binary file which works on Windows, and does not require to compile.
MPT is a toolbox that supplies cross-platform libraries for real-time perception primitives, including face detection, eye detection, blink detection, and color tracking.
psignifit is a toolbox to fit psychometric functions and test hypotheses on psychometric data. This is version 3 which will now predominantly support python.
Octave Eclipse GUI
Octave development environment built upon Eclipse's Dynamic Languages Toolkit (http://www.eclipse.org/dltk/). Distributed as an Update site for Eclipse 3.7 Indigo and Indigo-based package for several platforms. Supports search, autocompletion, launching scripts, interactive console, debug and integrated plotting on Octave versions 3.2.x, 3.4.x and 3.6.x. The current goal is to make it running out-of-box on multiple platforms. Currently only Linux and Windows are supported. Mac support is possible. The project needs a maintainer for Mac version, since I don't have Mac to build Octclipse and test it on this platform. Also, it is worth to support Eclipse 4.0 Juno with DLTK 4.
Octave Workshop is an integrated development environment for the GNU Octave programming language.
An open infrastructure software to facilitate radiomics research.
This web page is not guaranteed to have the latest versions. The latest stand-alone version can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/IBEX_MDAnderson The latest source-code version can be downloaded at http://bit.ly/IBEXSrc_MDAnderson IBEX (imaging biomarker explorer) is an open infrastructure software platform that flexibly supports common radiomics workflow tasks such as multimodality image data import and review, development of feature extraction algorithms, model validation, and consistent data sharing among multiple institutions. IBEX software package was developed using the MATLAB and C/C++ programming languages. The software architecture deploys the modern model-view-controller, unit testing, and function handle programming concepts to isolate each quantitative imaging analysis task, to validate if their relevant data and algorithms are fit for use, and to plug in new modules.
Matlab interface to the Open Dynamics Engine (ODE)
MatODE is a simple Matlab toolbox for interfacing to the Open Dynamics Engine rigid body physics simulator (ODE, by Russell Smith), created by the Delft Biorobotics Lab (Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands). The system to be simulated is defined in an XML file, while the joint positions and motor signals can be sensed and actuated from a Matlab script. Examples are provided. Starting at version 0.30, MatODE is only available for Windows and Linux 64-bit. For older 32-bit versions, select "Browse all files".
This is an C++ and Matlab interface driver for the Hokuyo laser range scanners.
Acoustic FDTD Solver (AC2D) -- is a software to simulate acoustic wave propagation in two dimensions based on the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method.
SPHERES Facility software for scientists
Scanning Probe Image Wizard - MATLAB Toolbox
SPIW is a MATLAB toolbox, for automated processing of scanning probe microscope images. Tools are applicable to all SPM images, but the main focus is on images with atomic or molecular resolution. SPIW is primarily a MATLAB toolbox with functions designed to be called in a user's own script. SPIW also has a very basic GUI for browsing and exporting images. For information on SPIW's performance see our publication ( http://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.4827076 ) in the Review of Scientific Instruments. A related open-source project SPIEPy (https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SPIEPy/) is developing a python library to for automated SPM imaged enhancement. SPIEPy brings many SPIW algorithms to the Python user.