A multithreaded, test-driven electronics emulator for .net 4.0.
Sharpulator is a multithreaded, test-driven electronics emulator written in C# 4.0. It's initial focus will be on emulating gaming consoles, with the GameBoy as a starting point. It will be written using modern software development methodologies, with the TPL Dataflow library as a backbone. It will simulate hardware functionality at a low level without sacrificing performance. The end goal for this project is to allow the ability to simulate hardware by simply dropping common components onto a virtual integrated circuit.
This is a modern, web-based, highly interactive, opensource version of a barcode image generator. It is written purely in Silverlight 2.0 and consists of a Barcode Application and Library that runs in any browser with Silverlight support.
The Objective-C Interactive Simulation Abstraction Layer
SimKit(because GameKit was taken) is designed to allow quick and easy cross platform abstraction away from platform dependant drawing and physics libraries. The APIs provide a generic way to make common calls for drawing, animating, and otherwise manipulating 3D entities, as well as shading and texture information.
Résolution d'un programme linéaire par la méthode du simplexe
Implementation of DDC/CI protocol on AVR for monitors
Project aims to provide simple but extensible implementation of 'slave' (i.e. monitor side) DDC/CI protocol on AVR ATmega microcontrollers. Current functionallity includes brightness control with DDC/CI and hardware buttons. Requires at least 4K flash, hardware TWI.
A Simple 2D CAD/CAM application (currently Windows-only) Cuts simple shapes (pockets, mostly) and simplified gears. It has a geometry mode that allows geometry defined by lines and arcs. It also generates geometry from any OpenType-style font!
Un programme qui simule une file d'attente M/M/1 FIFO coder en c++ avec une interface en Qt4.5. Pour plus d'informatioin sur code source veillez me contacter
Small-K (Small Calculator) is a command line based mathematical expression evaluating engine in C. It supports symbolical extension in the forms of math functions with arbitrary number of arguments (e.g. f(1, 3)) and variables (e.g. PI).
The project tries to deliver an integrated software test automation framework.
Sparrow Assempler is based on Netwide Assempler for Sparrow OS
Sparrow Assempler is based on Netwide Assempler for Sparrow OS.It is made for Sparrow Operating System. It provides output for many platforms such as elf,pe,com,..etc. Sparrow Assempler is developed by jvkumar007
Browser based Tool to package software across environments
Project to create an easy to use, highly modular Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Platform that can be used in a variety of systems.
A C++ framework that implements generalised finite state machines.
The State Controller Library is a generic platform-independent C++ framework that allows finite state machines and multi-action planning generalisations thereof to be realised. The structure and implementation of this library focuses on the application of finite state machines to real-time control loops, but can be reasonably adapted for virtually any other application, even completely unrelated to control systems. An emphasis has been placed on having very low overhead so as not to hurt overall system performance no matter where this library is used, while still maintaining ease of use. Code size has also been kept to a minimum. Aside from implementing standard finite state machines and multi-action planning state machines, this library can also be used to implement hierarchical state controllers, or any hybrid of the three. Please refer to the extensive documentation for more information. I welcome all feedback, suggestions and bug reports! Email: pallgeuer[at]ais.uni-bonn.de
Switchboard is a hardware driver abstraction library for LabVIEW™ applications. Once integrated with you application you can acquire data from new devices simply by editing a text config file to let Switchboard know about your device.
This OS is written for TI C64+ DSPs. OS source code and footprint is very small, to fit in ROM. This OS provides mutex, semaphore, tasks and poll. Poll functions are executed in the IDLE loop of the OS. This OS is very simple to compile and execute.
Convert m-files to c code
Open-source tool to convert/port/migrate/optimize Octave/MATLAB(R) written projects to C-code. Consists of C-code generator and run-time support library. Support a subset of MATLAB (R) language and an extendable set of in-build functions.
A Tcl extension providing a [diff] command
Tcldiff is a Tcl extension implementing a [diff] command for Tcl scripts. It implements the options of the OpenBSD diff tool and can compare files as well as directories.
Data converter for loading Comsol data into Tecplot.
BS Eagle Project is an open source black-oil simulator. The goal of this project is to provide a free access to the modern oil simulator to study new methods of simulation. The project has a modular architecture and open to modifications and extensions.
A High-level Utility Package for FMI-based Software Development
The Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) specification intentionally provides only the most essential and fundamental functionalities in the form of a C interface. On the one hand, this increases flexibility in use and portability to virtually any platform. On the other hand, such a low-level approach implies several prerequisites a simulation tool has to fulfill in order to be able to utilize such an FMI component. The FMI++ library addresses this problem for models and tools with interfaces according to the FMI specification by providing high-level functionalities, which ease the handling and manipulation of such models and tools. Furthermore, the FMI++ library provides utilities to implement FMI-compliant interfaces for a large class of simulation tools. The FMI++ library intends to bridge the gap between the basic FMI specifications and the typical requirements of simulation tools. It is distributed using a BSD-like license.
Refactored BLT Components (RBC), includes data vectors and graph widgets for developing line and bar graph applications in Tcl/Tk.
The Whole-Body Control framework jointly developed at Stanford University and The University of Texas at Austin provides advanced control for fixed base manipulators and is currently running on the the Meka A2 Arm and the Dreamer/Meka Humanoid robot. The code repository is hosted on Github, please go to https://github.com/poftwaresatent/stanford_wbc
The goal of this project - to create a TinySCHEME binaries for some kind of platforms. Now there are binaries for DOS / DJGPP and MinGW / MSYS / Win32, working on x86 architecture.
This is a Traffic Light with capability of controlling 4 sets of Lamps and Passengers light with one Counter and LCD for displaying the Time for every set of red light.