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A free Modbus RTU/ASCII implementation for embedded systems. It is designed to be portable and ports are available for ARM STR71x, ATMega168, Freescale/Motorola Coldfire MCF5235, TI-MSP430, LPC214X, Z8Encore, Win32 and Linux.153 weekly downloads
Orbgnosis a satellite targeting system that finds optimal rendezvous tours among many target vehicles. Given initial states for a chaser and multiple targets, Orbgnosis finds tours (i.e. Wandering Salesman Problem) that visit each target in turn.
This is a small brainf*ck kind of languages system that are used inside C or other types of strings.
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This project contains myriad tools for running successful political campaigns. While designed in the US, it should be easily portable to other nations as well, assuming a basic knowledge of the target locale's regulations and infrastructure.
Our mission is to explore and develop new operating system concepts aimed at producing a more efficient computing environment where both the machine and user time are taken in consideration.
An Open Source Virtual World Server
The BSDBook Project is an effort at documenting the internals and the interface to the FreeBSD Kernel. This includes parts such as the File Systems, VM Subsystem, Device Drivers, KLDs etc. Routines used inside the kernel will be documented.