Source code from the Research Institute for Signals, Systems and Computational Intelligence http://fich.unl.edu.ar/sinc
The Aususa Software Development Project Is An Ongoing Effort By A Few High School Students That Enjoy Writing Code For Applications That Have A Practical Use.
BTG Web Search Engine is developed for students or developers who are interested in search engine technology. The engine web will be written in C++, Java, Perl,and Python. At the beginning of the project, a simple search engine design will be used.
Bioinformatics software for analyzing the location of DNA motifs that induce self-catalytic depurination.
DynamixCMS is a professional web site and content management solution. Development on this software is by invite only. Suggestions are open of course all the time. But other than that, this is a closed and private project.
GoKo Project is a outside-school project created by students who are interested in Open-Source Community and dedicated their times and efforts with creating applications and modifications for forum software and web development.
Project to create a set of algorithms which will identify and isolate mRNA isoforms through primer design for RT-PCR techniques.
This project will hope to provide an application (using the Java coding language) that will manage facts and citations used in writing research reports. The application will have the ability to manage facts and create citations in accepted formats.
A novel algorithm to layout the contigs with more than one reference genomes at a time using global searches
This is the alpha release version of the PepSmart System, which identifies peptides for quantitative proteomics experiments as described: Nat Biotech. 2007 Feb;25(1):125-131. Computational prediction of proteotypic peptides for quantitative proteomics.
A header file (cexcept.h) that provides Try/Throw/Catch macros similar to those available in C++ for error handling.
gcsh is a command line shell for Grid Computing (INFN-GRID distribution). Is design to hide the complexity of the below infrastructure to the final user, and simplify the access to non-computing researchers
The OpenGEREA is a open enrichment analysis framework for gene expression regulation data analysis.
Tactical, turn-based game engine, that uses OpenGL and WinAPI
Tactical, turn-based game engine, that uses OpenGL and WinAPI specific. In the initial phase of development will focus on the general game logic, in an elegant pack of std. C++. This project in principle, can be described as academic. Feel free to to review the code, any remarks and comments.