Kactus2 is a toolset for IP-XACT based SoC design and provides packaging, integration and configuration of HW and SW components, plus register design and HDL import and generation. For publications use this reference: http://joss.theoj.org/papers/73e33d6850d24f0d6aad0d5f38937f83 The source code is hosted at https://github.com/kactus2/kactus2dev. Example IPs are available at https://github.com/kactus2/ipxactexamplelib Video tutorials are available at https://www.youtube.com/user/Kactus2Tutorial Issue tracker is available at https://kactus2.cs.tut.fi Give us feedback at http://funbase.cs.tut.fi/feedback
KineticaRT .Net Components - for fast control & monitoring systems
KineticaRT .Net Components are a unique collection of software components for building high speed systems for control, monitoring, test and data acquisition. KineticaRT .Net Components have a proven track record for reliability and speed of implementation in automotive and aerospace markets. KineticaRT .Net Components are used in applications as diverse as greenhouse automation, financial data displays, retail security, F1 wind tunnels and engine test cells. KineticaRT .Net Components are used around the world by software developers, system integrators and end users. Functionality and reliability are assured.
Windows software for fast instrumentation and control systems
KineticaRT allows you to build software instrumentation and control systems with fast screen updates, adaptable graphics and easy configuration. It supports simultaneous display and configuration while running. Using it, you can animate meters, gauges, trend graphs and many other items accurately and effectively. KineticaRT achieves its principal design aims of speed and usability by means of configurable display objects - inherently faster than animated user-drawn graphics. Easy to use on-line drawing and editing - shortens time from concept to completion KineticaRT's single combined development and run-time environment offers on-line screen modification - password protected to prevent unauthorised or accidental changes. Immediate feedback of the effect of changes made during screen development. No need to switch between edit and run-time sessions - improves productivity. Download and read the help file to learn more.
LOWIS (Life Of Well Information Software) software is a web-based, enterprise-wide, well management suite designed to help improve the bottom line for any oil and gas production operation.
Secondary bootloader for LPC1226 and similar
Firmware using RAM located Interrupt pointers AES encryped Firmware
An aquarium management software with a Simulation Model System
SME LibreAquarium is an Aquarium management system with a Simulation Model Engine (SME) that makes a prediction of the possible measurement values for the different pollutants that affect to these aquatics systems (NO3,PO4, Fe). The simulator consults the recorded analysis to calculate a prediction of the NO3, PO4, Fe, that the these aquatic system produce. It also uses a central (fish, plant and invertebrates) database to check if the actual parameters are Ok, depending on the species that live in the Aquarium. With all the records, the Simulation Model predicts the algae risk too (low,medium,high) and the algae type(green,cyanotic.) using the Redfield coefficient. Appart from that, the program tries to bring another modest contribution to Open Source Software and the World of Aquariums. SME LibreAquarium helps to daily maintenace of the aquarium with habitants control(fishes,plants, invertebrates), expenses, statistics, alarms, etc.
Free configurable source file line counting tool based on C# and .NET.
Line Counter .NET is an analyzing tool that helps finding out the number of code lines, empty lines, comment lines etc. Of course counting of string and character literals is also supported. As special feature this tool allows users to configure their own “Comment Schemes”. Also note, this code analyzing tool finds and counts source code comments that are surrounded by code. A detailed help file is of course included.
Light Weight & Customizable Assembly Compiler & Virtual Machine
LiteASM is a light weight and reconfigurable Assembly language compiler and Virtual Machine. It is specially design for embedded systems to use as a portable script interface.
A logic simulator. Simulates logic gates, combinational and sequential logic and allows for creating sub-circuits, as well as "black-box" style modules that can emulate any functional block in C# code.
A calculation tool for the MC34063
If you ever worked with the MC34063 Switching Controller, you know what a pain it is to calculate all the part values. This tool is an universal tool to help you with this process. You can calculate any standard application, such as step-up, step-down, inverting and step-up-down. PS: I would be happy about any (positive xD) reviews as well as any bugreports, comments or feature requests that you might have!
MILE - MIPS Interactive Learning Environment
MILE is a user-friendly MIPS simulator. It offers users a GUI in which they can develop and run programs written in MIPS assembly language. It is intended to be used as an instructional tool. MILE is still in early development. It lucks certain features and functionality. Please be patient until the beta version is released.
Converts 3-D COMSOL mph file to a Tecplot compatible file
The MATLAB m.file will export data contained within a 3-D COMSOL mph file to a datafile in the format of an ascii TECPLOT file. The underlying engine for this export is the COMSOL - "LiveLink for MATLAB" module, with Matlab as the manager for the file import and export.
MXLib is a C++ wrapper around the Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (IPP) library and NVidia NPP CUDA library. You can use either IPP code (or a subset of functions that do not require IPP) on the CPU side, or use NPP/CUDA on the GPU side, or use both together. The function syntax is similar to that found in MatLab and the library is designed to make it easy to port your code from MatLab to C++. The idea is to provide Scientists, Engineers, Researchers and other non full-time programmers an easy to use, high performance library of functions.
A collection of Perl scripts for digital design simulation and FPGA synthesis automation. It supports Verilog, VHDL and mixed language (Verilog + VHDL) designs. See the MediaWiki for more information on how to use it.
Small python scripts to enjoy mapping
This project has born to set a place where you can find simple scripts in python to be used for mapping activities.
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".
An equation editor for creating mathematical and scientific documents.
The goal of project Math Editor is to provide students and professionals a quality alternative to expensive equation editors.
Provides useful mathematical tools which make your work much easier.
Math Tools provides mathematical tools, allows you to calculate triangle propeties, and find both parametric and algebraic forms of planes. ------ More Tools Will be Added in The Future ------ ------ Translation to english will be completed soon ------
Math.NET aims to provide a self contained clean framework for symbolic mathematical (Computer Algebra System) and numerical/scientific computations, including a parser and support for linear algebra, complex differential analysis, system solving and more
Calculations in a text document
Mavscript allows the user to do calculations in a text document. Plain text, LaTeX and OpenOffice Writer files (.odt) are supported. The calculation is done by the algebra system Yacas (default), Jasymca or by the Java interpreter BeanShell.
A Math library, with advanced functionality such as complex arithmetic, matrices and symbolic algebra. Multiple platform support. Applications: engineering, statistics, finance, signal analysis. Languages: Java, Objective-C, C#/.NET, native C.
Manufacturing Plant in a Suitcase - portable, expandable, huge builds
Maristream's MonsterBot 3-D Printer (starting at $9,999 retail) is a portable, rugged, highly configurable, re-sizeable, and affordable 4-extruder 3-D printer with a virtually unlimited build volume. You can take MonsterBot anywhere in the world and set it up in a few minutes to build massive 3-D structures, such as houses, bridges, statues, and park fountains, along with entire water systems with water pumps, plumbing, and irrigation for remote villages, and even use it to pre-build structures (unattended!) on the moon and other planets for astronauts to occupy for long-term stays. With currently-available build materials, virtually indestructible structures can be built for our troops in war zones to protect them from all sorts of dangers, up to direct rocket attacks. The base configuration accommodates builds up to 12" x 16" x 12", and extensions can be added to it (for just $100 per additional foot!) to produce just about any sized object that you want.
MCX - GPU-accelerated 3D Photon Transport Simulator
MCX is a Monte Carlo simulation software for static or time-resolved photon transport in 3D media. It uses GPU-based massively parallel computing techniques and is extremely fast compared to the traditional single-threaded CPU-based simulations.
SORRY - THERE IS NO FILES YET! The main goal of Morfeo Project is enhance your capability to get lucid dream states. In this way, Morfeo is a hardware and software system that uses several technologies as FPGA, IR sensor, Java programming, and so on.
It is an extensible audio classification library under (not so) early development. Developed mostly in C# we intend to release versions for also use with C++ and CPython in the future.