A project for providing Mac OS X binary packages of open source CAE (computer aided engineering) tools.
Cellular Automata library for SUPercomputers (CASUP)
CASUP is a Cellular Automata (CA) library for HPC and supercomputers. It can be used in materials science (microstructure evolution, grain coarsening, fracture etc.), physics (Ising magnetisation) and for many other CA. If you use the library, please reference it as: A. Shterenlikht, L. Margetts, Three-dimensional cellular automata modelling of cleavage propagation across crystal boundaries in polycrystalline microstructures, Proc. Roy. Soc. A 471:20150039, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspa.2015.0039. CASUP can be linked with FE (e.g. MPI FE library ParaFEM, http://parafem.org.uk) for a multi-scale multi-physics CA-FE framework. CASUP extensively uses Fortran 2008 and 2018 coarrays, as well as MPI, OpenMP and do concurrent. CASUP can be used with Cray, Intel and GCC/OpenCoarrays compilers. Scaling beyond 100,000 cores on Cray XC30 was demonstrated.
A general purpose Robotics simulator framework and implementation. Built as a project for the Center for Intelligent Systems in the Computer Science department in the Technion.
Software for the CKBot
Clothes, Perception and Manipulation
CLoPeMa is an 3 year open-source EU-FP7 research project which aims to advance the state of the art in the autonomous perception and manipulation of fabrics, textiles and garments. Software releases during the life-span of the project will enable the CLoPeMa robot to manipulate, perceive and fold all kinds of textiles. Software is structured based on ROS (Robot Operating System) and written in C++, Python and Java.
Windows Tray utility that will notify the user when a new COM port is detected. This utility is essential for developers that use USB serial adapters and want to know instantly what COM port has been assigned.
Making the tools of annotation languages, source-to-source code transformation and code generation more useful and accessible to the developers of scientific and engineering software for high-performance computers.
CRFSharp is a .NET(C#) implementation of Conditional Random Field
CRFSharp(aka CRF#) is a .NET(C#) implementation of Conditional Random Fields, an machine learning algorithm for learning from labeled sequences of examples. It is widely used in Natural Language Process (NLP) tasks, for example: word breaker, postagging, named entity recognized, query chunking and so on. CRF#'s mainly algorithm is the same as CRF++ written by Taku Kudo. It encodes model parameters by L-BFGS. Moreover, it has many significant improvement than CRF++, such as totally parallel encoding, optimizing memory usage and so on. Currently, when training corpus, compared with CRF++, CRF# can make full use of multi-core CPUs and only uses very low memory, and memory grow is very smoothly and slowly while amount of training corpus, tags increase. with multi-threads process, CRF# is more suitable for large data and tags training than CRF++ now. For example, in machine with 64GB, CRF# encodes model with more than 4.5 hundred million features quickly.
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.
Cayuga is an expressive and scalable Complex Event Processing (CEP) system developed at the Cornell Database Group. The system is implemented in C++, and runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. See its Wiki page, or google "Cornell Cayuga" for details.
GLCD Library for ChipKit MAX32 and UNO32
NOW ON GITHUB: https://github.com/MajenkoLibraries/GLCD Library to control the Winstar WG12864A (KS0108) 128x64 graphical monochrome LCD screen.
Circuit simulators like SPICE for low memory computers
SPECI-SPICE is a subset of SPICE intended to run on low powered computers like Amstrad CPC, ZX Spectrum, CP/M machines, old PC machines, some programmable calculators,etc. by keeping most important functionality of SPICE 2.
A package for Clifford algebra of a n-dimensional Euclidean vector space can be a useful computational tool since allows the manipulation of mathematical objects. It includes visualisation elements of a Clifford algebra in the 3-dimensional space.
Implemention of SGI's Open Inventor.
This project is a fork of the Coin 3D library located at https://bitbucket.org/Coin3D. It includes modifications to support the Wizzer Works Magic Lantern project.
CompilerEngine is a compilation engine, you can easily make a quick cross-platform compiler. But CompilerEngine just a preliminary framework for a prototype or preliminary design, there are many imperfections.
GUI for managing and working with one or more HTCondor pools.
Condor GUI is a tool for managing and working with one or more HTCondor pools. It was developed at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany, to support the daily work using HTCondor. Version History: Version 0.9.3: - QDarkStyleSheet is an optional package now Version 0.9.2: - New layout of job file editor - Keyword arguments in job file editor - Linux compatibility
This project tries to port the Contiki Operation System to the sensor-nodes of the TUB MDT institute. It also tries to implent a time-synchronization-algorithm
Cool-down time calculator for multi-layers pipe
Cooldt calculate the cooling duration of a multi-layers pipe in a cold environment. The duration to reach the “Final fluid temperature” or cool-down time (CDT) is calculated by solving the heat equation in cylindrical coordinates with a flux conservative formulation.
This is a configurable beacon decoder software for CubeSat. Users can define their own interface using a XML file. It is flexible and easy to handle.
Discrete Hidden Markov Models based on OpenCV
This project (CvHMM) is an implementation of discrete Hidden Markov Models (HMM) based on OpenCV. It is simple to understand and simple to use. The Zip file contains one header for the implementation and one main.cpp file for a demonstration of how it works. Hope it becomes useful for your projects.
D-Tailor: automated analysis and design of DNA sequences
Recent advances in DNA cloning and synthesis technologies afford high throughput implementation of designed sequences into living cells. However, our ability to design sequences to interrogate multifactorial biological processes and further engineer biological functions is lagging behind. DNA-Tailor (D-Tailor) is a fully extendable software framework for biological sequence analysis and multi-objective sequence design. D-Tailor permits the seamless integration of an arbitrary number of sequence analysis tools into a Monte-Carlo algorithm that evolves synthetic sequences towards user-defined goals.
The project aims to create a set of test databases which might satisfy a given query Q.So given a query Q the s/w generates result R and input databases D such that Q(D) = R.The software has applications in functional verification of query processors
Unity3D DIS(1278.1) Implementation
Coming Soon - An open source implementation of DIS (Distributed Interactive Simulation) written for the Unity3D game engine.
DRINKS is a set of smart web-based widgets.
DataFinder is a data management client developed in Python that primarily targets the management of scientific technical data. The system is able to handle large amounts of data and can be easily integrated in existing working environments.