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BLibrestez Robotics Software Library Project
This project is a collection of examples and solutions for DDS (Data Distribution Service) on real user-driven situations. All the subprojects are released under the Apache license, allowing developers to take pieces and integrate in other projects.
We at Jil Jil intend to build a tool which will forecast when the jobs will complete. We consider ours is a unique approach where we model the historical trend and blend them with current conditions to arrive at the precise expected time of completion.
MonteCarlo portfolio simulation - it can be used as stand-alone command line application - it takes simple XML file needed data as entry and creates simple XML file with output, also this stuff have JNI and ISAPI interface.
R-Portfolio - breakeven optimally diversified investment portfolio. Оптимально диверсифицированный инвестиционный портфель.
Snare Enterprise: http://bit.ly/premium_snare189 weekly downloads
Billing, Accounting web-based application. Aplicación de contabilidad vía web.1 weekly downloads
Application to create PDF document on the fly from any source file format(PRN,HTML,TEXT,CSV) with complete mailing system and reports module. It's made over following library Pdf - IText Web Server- Simple Frame work Database- H2
The Open Source part of the product fxtool. Over time, more functions will move over to being Open Source plug-ins or modules. Visit the site for more information.