Digital Circuits Design and Simulation
Digital Logic Design is a Software tool for designing and simulating digital circuits. It provides digital parts ranging from simple gates to Arithmetic Logic Unit. In this software, circuit can easily be converted into a reusable Module. A Module may be used to built more complex circuits like CPU. The circuit working can be analyzed by using output parts like LEDs, Seven Segment Display and Digital Oscilloscope etc. provided in the software. You can use this software to design Combinational, Synchronous and Asynchronous Sequential Circuits. This Software may be used by professionals, hobbyists and students alike. The teachers may incorporate this software in their courses like Digital Logic and Computer Design, Computer Architecture, Computer Organization and Embedded Systems. In this software, a circuit may be designed using graphical components or may be entered as Sum-of-Product Boolean form.
Quickly & eaily host theft-resistant web-site content
Banman is a complete, stand-alone, automatic IP moderation system. Written in PHP, Banman is dedicated to sharing an easily-customizable way to add a self-protecting site content mechanism to any web site. Banman's single-file template support (template21) also offers a way to either easily jump-start a new "safe site", or to quickly add content protection to an existing site. Banman protection comes in two forms: temp-ban and perm-ban. A temp-ban TEMPORARILY bans a user from any more content views. Views must take place within a customizable grace period. A perm-ban ever-bans an IP address by detecting any FURTHER violation within that same grace period. The enforcement of both the 'temp-ban' and the 'forever-ban' are completely automated. The ability to personally manage / view banishment activity is also included (banman.php.) A web site in its own right, Banman also includes over 500 customizable, 'protectable' quotations (index_example.php).
Direct tissue-level image quantification package for Mathematica
ImagingAnalysis is a Mathematica package that performs grid-based analysis of time-lapse imaging data saved in a sequence of TIFF files. This package requires Mathematica 7.0. Revised on 14 May 2017: Bugs are fixed and incompatibility issues are resolved. The current version runs on Mathematica 11.