Earth orbits and coverage display in 3D on your laptop.
SaVi - simulate Iridium, Globalstar, O3b, Sirius Radio, GPS, Galileo and other satellite constellations, modify them, or design your own. Uses Tcl/Tk and Unix libraries; 3D viewing option requires Geomview running on X Window.
clipsmm is a C++ interface to the CLIPS libray, a C library for developing expert systems.
Simulation of historical and contemporary launch vehicles
ORT is a tool for modelling and flying launch vehicles of arbitrary size and complexity. Unlike OpenRocket, it does not focus on amateur rockets but on real-world launch vehicles. The bundle includes a graphical design tool with an integrated simulation engine for rocket launches. Also included in the bundle is a playback application and a headless driver for logging simulations into spreadsheets. ORT integrates JME3 for 3D rendering.
This software allows for a user to generate test data. This is useful for testing Hadoop or other data processing clusters.
OpenEFB is an Electronic FlightBag software for virtual pilots using FSX, FS2004 or X-Plane. It is meant to be used as a device for displaying charts, manuals and as a moving map, like an EFB in the real environment.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages.
A techonogically advanced engine using C++ and ASM as languages, with improved performance and a almost virtually infinite triangle count support, even on slower and older machines. It haves a full shader system, physics system (DOE Based), 100% physically correct lightning and colour grading, and supports various popular formats in 3D modelling and gaming scene. It was previously under a heavy eula policy, but now is under GPL because of internal problems.
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.
MEX/JNI is a set of bindings between MATLAB and Java using Mathworks' External Interface API and Java Native Interface (JNI).
The OBO-Annotator is a semantic NLP tool that is designed to give its end-users a great deal of flexibility to combine any number of OBO ontologies from the OBO foundry regardless of their format and use them to annotate text-bases.
Handles Hexahedral, Tetrahedral, Quadrilateral, and Triangle meshes. Lagrangian, Hierarchic, and Monomial finite elements. Interface to PETSc solvers, adaptive mesh refinement, and extreme portablility.