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A program for converting between physical units, such as feet and meters. There is a Java library, for use in Java applications, and a PalmOS application. It is able to mix units and convert between systems, such as the Metric and the English systems4 weekly downloads
The MWDB2 project is a combination of cartographic data, associated programs and Java code. Data includes coastlines, islands, lakes rivers, country and state/province boundaries. Data & code can be used on both Intel and non-Intel based computers.3 weekly downloads
A Computer Algebraic System. Designed to do advanced mathematical operations and calculations with a simple user interface.
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This project has adopted a parser for the output of SimIt-ARM's sema_count program. It is useful to get statistically relevant information from the output of a batch run of the simulator.