3d geology simulation project
Se basa en la hipotesis de la solución única al dilema de las interacciones físicas. Partiendo de esta premisa pretende de forma simple solucionar el problema incertidumbre en exoenergía.
fuzzy logic adapted to the simulation at 2 dimensions of free surface flows "ecoulements par surface libres " by simulating Barré St venant equations.... i had make a first simulation at 1 dimension here : http://membres.lycos.fr/slaliam/ ..............
The Air Quality Data Acquisition System (AQDAS) is a end to end system for collecting, processing, and reporting air quality data.
Sb/(Sb+As) content ratio determination of the sulfosalts minerals
A computer program for a fast and accurate determination of Sb/(Sb+As) content ratio in the tetrahedrite-tennantite and bournonite-seligmannite solid solution series by at least one spectral parameter (band position or relative intensity) of their Raman spectra.
Trajectory Tracking Scheme (TTS) is a scheme for solving linear advection problem in atmospheric sciences. It is constructed in fully Lagrangian framework. The main focus of TTS is to preserve the discontinuity well.
OS that includes the Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin for QGIS
The Semi-Automatic OS is a lightweight OS designed for the land cover classification of remote sensing images. It includes the Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin for QGIS 2.8, already configured along with all the required dependencies (OGR, GDAL, Numpy, SciPy, and Matplotlib). The Semi-Automatic Classification Plugin is a free plugin that allows for the semi-automatic supervised classification of remote sensing images, providing tools to expedite the creation of ROIs and the classification process. The Semi-Automatic OS is based on Debian 8, and it is designed to require very little hardware resources. It uses LXDE and Openbox as main desktop environment. At the moment, the Semi-Automatic OS is available as a virtual machine.
A Raman spectra library with search and storage function.
Raman Data Search and Storage (RDSS) software was developed as an analytical tool for a fast and accurate identification of unknown minerals by comparison of their spectra with the indexed library of data. A search function was implemented to enable users to find a specific peak value. Using the asterisk character (*) as a placeholder for one or more unknown peak value(s), the software will return the best match(es). Besides the search utility by the Raman band positions, which was proven to be priceless in the interpretation of Raman spectra, the RDSS software gives the user the ability to display and inspect the Raman spectra quickly and very efficiently. Users can zoom into the Raman spectrum, shift in any direction the wavenumber and the intensity axes, and if any part of the spectral display is clicked, that region will be highlighted and the specific wavenumber returned. A photo for every sample entry stored in the database is also available.
OpenJ2300 is a pure Java program designd to control the LaCrosse Technology series 2300 weather stations.
SWRC Fit is a scientific tool for hydrologist. It fits several soil hydraulic models to measured soil water retention data by nonlinear fitting. It is written in numerical calculation language GNU Octave. Web interface is also available.
Sangamonitor gathers pollution data (Ozone, PM2.6, Sulphur Dioxide and Carbon Monoxide) from all publicly available air monitors in Indiana. It works by spidering the IDEM website and could readily be adapted to your state (just ask!)
TLSpy is a set of multiplatform Python tools for working with Terrestrial Lidar Scanner (TLS) data.
Voc2RDF facilitates the transformation of simple vocabularies into a format that could be used by Semantic Web tools.
Competition for Resources between Agent Functional Types
CRAFTY is a large-scale ABM of land use change. It has been designed to allow efficient but powerful simulation of a wide range of land uses and the goods and services they produce. It is fully open-source and can be used without the need for any programming.
This project under the flagname Neptune aims at generating the scripts that run under UNIX to produce numerical data to model earth data over various epochs from Big Bang till the present day.
Simple application that connects to USGS to retrieve the list of latest earthquakes and display them on an interactive map. Inspired from "Beginning Nokia Apps Development - Qt and Html5 for Symbian and Meego" (ISBN: 978-1-4302-3177-6).
SEG-Y files need special compression because they don't compress well using gzip and the like. The code is cross-platform C++ using nothing else than standard system libraries. This is a spin-off from the OpendTect project (http://opendtect.org).
weather-interpreter is a c++ program interpreter for weather data stored in a text file. Statistical data (highs,lows,avg, max, max time, min,min time) for inside and outside temperature, humidity, winds, barometer, dew point and precipitation.
Bird list manager for bird watchers with a minimalist UI. Lists are stored in an sqlite db, with the ability to export various reports to XML, HTML, or plain text.
Matlab based scripting to set up, run and analyze groundwater model using (different versions of) MODFLOW (+SWI), MODPATH6, MT3DMS and SEAWAT.
A spectral element method for 2D wave propagation and fracture dynamics, with emphasis on computational seismology and earthquake source dynamics.
DECOLOG develops is able to decode the information present in the natural mixture of particles/sediments by mixture of the log-normal distribution. That is with innovative techniques of optimization no needs of initial guessing the observed distribution
GmshMorph is a tool to be used with GMSH, the meshing program by Christophe Geuzaine and Jean-François Remacle, for oceanographic and land-based fluid dynamics modelling. The program shapes meshes produced by GMSH to fit specified contour data.
Dados Observados is a application to share Climatological data. Climatological data, especially precipitation and reservoirs volumes measurements, are fundamental input to decision support software to natural resources managers.
Distributed Version Control System for Geospatial data
Welcome to the GeoGig project, exploring the use of distributed management of spatial data. GeoGig draws inspiration from Git, but adapts its core concepts to handle versioning of geospatial data. Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.