Distributed reverse / forward proxy and tunneling solution for TCP.
PortFusion is a minimalistic, cross-platform, transport-layer distributed reverse / forward proxy for TCP written in Haskell + LLVM and released under GPLv3. A single package that makes the most of each platform by tapping into their unique capabilities, combining this power with an intuitive interface, beautiful design and Haskell's excellent support for unprecedented levels of concurrency and parallelism. It strives for the smallest source code size (< 500 lines) while delivering maximum throughput with near zero overhead.
computer simulation techniques
Implementation of computer simulation techniques like Markov Chain Monte Carlo.
computational renormalization group
YoSpin is a computational renormalization group.
The aim of pServ (pico Server) is to create a portable, small webserver. Coded in portable C with Unix being the main reference platform, but porting is encouraged. Portability and small footprint should enable the use of pServ on a workstation as well as
Microsoft Exchange compatible server and client libraries
OpenChange is a portable Open Source implementation of Microsoft Exchange server and Exchange protocols. It provides a complete solution to interoperate with Microsoft Outlook clients or Microsoft Exchange servers. OpenChange client-side library is used in existing messaging clients and is the solution in new projects to communicate natively with Microsoft Exchange and Exchange-compatible servers. OpenChange server is a transparent Microsoft Exchange server replacement using native Exchange protocols and does not require any plugin installation in Outlook.
andfs is meant to be a filesystem layer for data dedupe and compress
andfs is meant to be a BSD licensed "filesystem layer" that can be backed by any other filesystem. It is meant to incorporate very easy to use, robust, extremely fast and flexible filesystem block level deduplication and compression. andfs is meant to be compatible with Linux and NetBSD.