JMCAD is an program for the modeling and simulation of complex dynamic systems. This includes the ability to construct and simulate block diagrams. The visual block diagram interface offers a simple method for constructing, modifying and maintaining complex system models. The simulation engine provides fast and accurate solutions for linear, nonlinear, continuous time, discrete time, time varying and hybrid system designs. With JMCAD, users can quickly develop software or "virtual" prototypes of systems or processes to demonstrate their behavior prior to building physical prototypes. The user builds his system model by selecting predefined blocks from a block library and simply wiring the blocks together. Each block of the diagram performs a function. Users can also create custom blocks in Java and add them to the JMCAD block library. JMCAD is a block diagram language for creating complex nonlinear dynamic systems.
This is a tool developed by 2nd yr CSE B.Techs at IIT Guwahati.We have designed a software in C++ language which,given some design specifications of an analog amplifier generates a netlist file in the current folder which can be opened in LTSpice.
Java Decision Diagrams (BDD) libraries: JDD and JBDD
This project used to contain two decision diagrams libraries: - JBDD: a Java interface to two popular BDD libraries, CUDD and BuDDy - JDD: a native Java library supporting BDD, Z-BDD Both projects have now been moved to bitbucket.org: - https://bitbucket.org/vahidi/jbdd/wiki/Home - https://bitbucket.org/vahidi/jdd/wiki/Home If you are wondering why the move was made after 14 years (!!) on SourceForge, I suggest you read this article: http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2015/05/sourceforge-grabs-gimp-for-windows-account-wraps-installer-in-bundle-pushing-adware/
The XML PCB Renderer is an application which takes an XML definition of a printed circuit board (consisting of pads, tracks and components) and renders it to a PNG file suitable for printing onto paper or transparency ready for UV exposure.
IMPORTANT: The flosslogic project has merged with the sigrok project. Development continues in the sigrok wiki, mailing lists, IRC channel, and git repository.