GreenAuks Projects Group is a group of projects dedicated to the Swing API of Java. The libraries you will find here aggregate all the GreenAuks Projects (GA-core...).
The Ground Station Software Suite projects aims at providing free, useful software tools for ham radio operators. Currently, this projects hosts the Grig communication radio control.
GroupKit is a Tcl/Tk library that makes it easy to prototype and build real-time collaborative applications (groupware), such as multi-user drawing tools, text editors, meeting tools, and much more.
A "gumbo" of tools and concepts supporting rich client applications with 2D/3D user interfaces. Expands on the code from the book "3D User Interfaces with Java 3D", and includes a generous contribution of RCP code from Meyer Sound. Recent work includes a Norden bombsight simulator, with terrain rendering based on NASA's WorldWind SDK. For this effort YourKit has generously made available its full-featured Java Profiler (https://www.yourkit.com/java/profiler/index.jsp), which has proved invaluable in improving simulator performance.
This is a project which implements the interface of lucene Analyzer to extend its function of coping with the problem of chinese segmentation based on the statistical model(Hiden Marcov Model)
A speech recognition system using Matlab/Simulink/Stateflow.
This project provide hidden Markov model speech recognition system by using Matlab/Simulink/Stateflow.
Resources to be used as a simple tool for people with problems at learning languages or as Augmentative Communication (AAC) device.
The Helsinki Finite-State Transducer toolkit is intended for processing natural language morphologies. The toolkit is demonstrated by wide-coverage implementations of a number of languages of varying morphological complexity.
HephaisTK is a toolkit for rapid prototyping of multimodal interfaces. HephaisTK uses SMUIML, a simple markup language for describing human machine multimodal interaction scenarios and integration mechanisms.
HmmSDK is a hidden Markov model (HMM) software development kit written in Java. It consists of core library of HMM functions (Forward-backward, Viterbi, and Baum-Welch algorithms) and toolkits for application development.
HyForge for Hypermedia Navigation: browsing and performing with sound, image, video, multimedia libraries.
HyperInteractiveReality[hir] is virtual reality evolved. HiR is a system that allows anyone to do anything. HiR is the interactive representation of ideas via sound, graphics and immersive worlds. A power toolbox for artists and scientists alike. -- more to come soonly!
HyperSpider (Java app) collects the link structure of a website. Data import/export from/to database and CSV-files. Export to Graphviz DOT, Resource Description Framework (RDF/DC), XML Topic Maps (XTM), Prolog, HTML. Visualization as hierarchy and map.
ICon (Input Configurator) is a Java-based system for managing input devices and building advanced interaction techniques using a dataflow model. It contains a runtime engine, a rich library of input devices, several processing modules and a visual editor.
ILA is a fully customizable and teachable voice assistant for Java
ILA stands for (kind of) intelligent, learning assistant and is a speech recognition system aka voice assistant very similar to Siri, Google Now and Cortana. ILA is fully customizable and you can teach her/him/it new things by yourself like executing system commands, opening web pages, programs and apps or just some basic conversation :-) ILA runs on Java und thus is compatible to Windows, Mac and Linux. It is designed to integrate with your home enviroment and for example build up your own, free and open Amazon Echo replacement ;-) Right now the key components of ILA are the open source speech recognition CMU Sphinx-4, Google (Speech Recognition/Text-To-Speech) and MaryTTS (Text-To-Speech). The goal is to make ILA completely free of Google by improving all aspects of the open source systems. Since version 3.3 users can also write own add-ons to extend ILA. Hope you enjoy ILA - Florian
Integrated Multiprogram Platform for Analyses in ConTest
Graphical User Interface for a software used to assess adaptive evolution in protein-coding genes. Makes use of several known bioinformatics software. IMPACT is free software, targeted to the scientific community. Maldonado E, Dutheil JY, da Fonseca RR, Vasconcelos V, Antunes A (2011) IMPACT: Integrated Multiprogram Platform for Analyses in ConTest. Journal of Heredity, 102 (3): 366-369. doi: 10.1093/jhered/esr003
Integrated Multiprogram Platform Analyze & Combine Tests of Selection
Maldonado E, Sunagar K, Almeida D, Vasconcelos V, Antunes A (2014) IMPACT_S: Integrated Multiprogram Platform to Analyze and Combine Tests of Selection. PLoS ONE 9(10): e96243. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0096243
IO Kontrol is a simple USB driver that accepts 24 port digital inputs.
IOby232 is a software for the AVR Mega16 that makes the hardwareports B, C and analog-inputs accessible by simple commands over the serial interface like a terminal. There are BASIC-like commands to set/get data to/from the ports
Control your computer with an IR remote
This is an open-hardware Infrared Remote Controlled USB keyboard, without keys, implemented using a PIC micro-controller and MikroC. IRK! enables you to use your LEARNING remote control to control any system that you can plug a USB keyboard into (Windows, Linux, Mac). Great for controlling a home theatre system such as MythTV, XBMC or Media Center. No drivers are required. You can program *any* USB keyboard function (with or without Control, Alt, Shift and GUI modifiers) to a button on your infrared remote control and when you press that button IRK! will send the corresponding USB keystroke to the host computer. You can program *any* USB Consumer Device control code too...for example, Play, Pause, Mute, Volume up, Volume down, and many others.
ITAS puts a human user in the place of a Robocup agent by providing a visual display of the agent's environment and an interface for controlling the agent. It also generates a log of the user's environment and actions for use in machine learning.
The virtual lab is a NASA-funded project to provide simulated instrumentation. ITG has developed a Virtual Microscope (Virtual SEM and LM) for viewing high-resolution, multi-dimensional image datasets. More info and data: http://virtual.itg.uiuc.edu
Series of interactive software art initiated by Josh Nimoy commissioned by Foundation for Arts and Creative Technology (FACT) Liverpool, England; in collaboration with John Moores University School of Computing and Math Sciences. HCI Art.
The purpose of the project is to allow a normal webcam to be used as a Human Interface Device (HID). Examples of how to use this software would be used are : mouse, control video games, electronic white board, or a replacement for a tabletpc.
Educational game framework supporting board games, strategy games, and other grid-based game boards. Currently uses Python/wxPython as the application language/library. C++ libs included to help create AI for the various games.