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.
Chess for the Blind for the JAWS or NVDA Screen Readers
Winboard 4.5 32-bit is a free Windows accessible Chess program that works automatically with the JAWS or the free NVDA screen reader. It is for the blind, low sighted or those who can not use a mouse. It provides vocal announcements of position changes and other selectable board conditions. Blind players also use a separate "tactile chess board". Winboard 4.5 has full keyboard access to move pieces and run menu items. Partial sighted players use high contrast mode and adjust board, piece, most font sizes and colors. Available languages are English, German, Spanish, Italian, Dutch and Russian. Games may be viewed, modified or saved in standard PGN format. Two Chess engines supply play and grand master strength move analysis. Connect to the Free Internet Chess Server (FICS) and play humans. Modify verbosity in screen reader configurations and in the Winboard "Sound" dialog under the "General" menu. Find all documentation in the "doc" folder under the Winboard directory of your C drive.
Beamforming and Speech Recognition Toolkit
BTK contains C++ and Python libraries that implement speech processing and microphone array techniques such as speech feature extraction, speech enhancement, speaker tracking, beamforming, dereverberation and echo cancellation algorithms. The Millennium ASR provides C++ and python libraries for automatic speech recognition. The Millennium ASR implements a weighted finite state transducer (WFST) decoder, training and adaptation methods. These toolkits are meant for facilitating research and development of automatic distant speech recognition.
A control software for GRBL-powered milling machines
An open-source software to map Myo data into OSC and MIDI messages.
MyoMapper, an open-source software to rescale and centre and map Myo data into OSC and MIDI messages.
Source code from the Research Institute for Signals, Systems and Computational Intelligence http://fich.unl.edu.ar/sinc
AACT FCEE Cerebral Palsy UNIVALI
This tool can improve communication based on communication boards and iconographic symbols. Users with motor and communication disturbs can communicate by selecting characters on a computer screen using expressions like Blink (simultaneous blink left and right eye), individual blink(blink left or right eye), smile, raise eyebrow and some others. In this version, the tool allows users only select character to form phrases and listen letters and/or words (configurable). With some modifications, users can use numbers and arithmetic operators, figures/pictures, and others symbols to increase and diversify the software usage. University of Vale do Itajaí - email@example.com FCEE - www.fcee.sc.gov.br AACT Tools - https://aact.sourceforge.io IntechOpen Chapter - https://goo.gl/3Lzx5m
An open process control and laser engraving software solution
An extensive and multi-platform visualisation, process control and HMI application that supports many different devices via an open plug-in interface. Beside a visual GUI editor a debugger is part of the package.
A MATLAB toolbox for relating neural signals to continuous stimuli
mTRF Toolbox is a MATLAB toolbox that permits the fast computation of the linear stimulus-response mapping of any sensory system in the forward or backward direction. It is suitable for analysing EEG, MEG, ECoG and EMG data. The forward model, or temporal response function (TRF), can be interpreted using conventional analysis techniques such as time-frequency and source analysis. The TRF can also be used to predict future responses of the system given a new stimulus signal. Similarly, the backward model can be used to reconstruct spectrotemporal stimulus information given new response data. mTRF Toolbox facilitates the use of continuous stimuli in electrophysiological studies as opposed to time-locked averaging techniques which require discrete stimuli. This enables examination of how neural systems process more natural and ecologically valid stimuli such as speech, music, motion and contrast. Support documentation: http://dx.doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2016.00604
Myoelectrically Controlled Functional Electrical Stimulation
The objective of this project is to develop and promote a method for restoring motor function lost due to upper motor neuron lesion (spinal cord injury, stroke) in a way that the user has direct control over the movement. When a muscle contracts it is causing a weak electrical signal that can be measured on the skin over the muscle- even if the muscle is almost completely paralysed (paretic). At the same time the muscle can be electrically stimulated to contract. Combining these two principles the muscle can directly boost itself to obtain a greater amount of contraction. The project wiki is at:
Program a button to send keystrokes to your computer
PUB! is a Programmable USB Button on which you can program with a sequence of keystrokes. When you press the button those keystrokes are "replayed" over a USB connection. The button is programmed using an innovative and slightly quirky interface that does not require any custom software to be installed on your computer. All you need is a text editor like Notepad or gedit.
A multilingual Parallel Arabic DIalectal Corpus
PADIC (Parallel Arabic DIalectal Corpus) is a multi-dialectal corpus built in the framework of the National Research Project "TORJMAN", led by Scientific and Technical Research Center for the Development of Arabic Language and funded by the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research. PADIC is composed of 6 dialects: two Algerian dialects (Algiers and Annaba cities), Palestinian, Syrian, Tunisian, Moroccan) and MSA. Mourad Abbas Computational Linguistics Department, crstdla https://sites.google.com/site/mouradabbas9 Publications ----------------- S. Harrat, K. Meftouh, M. Abbas, K. Smaili. Building Resources for Algerian Arabic Dialects, INTERSPEECH 2014, S. Harrat, M. Abbas, K. Meftouh, K. Smaili. Diacritics restoration for Arabic dialect texts. INTERSPEECH 2013, France. TORJMAN website: ------------------------- https://sites.google.com/site/torjmanepnr/6-corpus
A color-code design tool
Palette Designer facilitates designing color codes for electronic visual displays that comply with established human factors usability principles. It calculates colorimetric figures of merit for a user-specified color set and flags colors and color combinations that may be problematic. It also draws figures that help users visualize important characteristics of the color set and find ways to improve it. It can be used by itself or in conjunction with software that uses aesthetic considerations such as color harmony to create color sets. Palette Designer consists of an Excel spreadsheet, supplemented with Visual Basic macros. It has been tested under Office 2010 and 2016 for Windows and Office 2011 and 2016 for Mac. It is not compatible with LibreOffice or Apache OpenOffice.
Regulus is a Prolog-based toolkit for building spoken dialogue systems.
Experience AI ( Computer Plays with You ) !
SmartPrediction-ENGINE inside Enhanced with Artificial Intelligence Based upon Game Theory Still This is in BETA Phase
A GUI library for designing gauges, meters, oscilloscopes, plotters
A library that is intended for designing high-quality industrial control widgets for Ada applications. The widgets are composed of transparent layers drawn by cairo. The widgets are fully scalable graphics. A time controlled refresh policy is supported for real-time and heavy-duty applications. The library supports caching graphical operations and stream I/O for serialization and deserialization. Ready-to-use gauge, meter, oscilloscope widgets are provided as samples as well as an editor widget for WYSIWYG design of complex dashboards. The software is based on GtkAda and cairoada, the Ada bindings to GTK+ and cairo.
A color sonification device for navigation and classification
The Kromophone is a color-to-sound sensory substitution device. It was designed with the tasks of navigation, object, and environmental navigation in mind.
OpenCCG, the OpenNLP CCG Library, is a collection of natural language processing components and tools which provide support for parsing and realization with Combinatory Categorial Grammar (CCG).
String editing and formatting library for Ada
Strings edit is a library that provides I/O facilities for integers, floating-point numbers, Roman numerals, and strings. Both input and output subroutines support string pointers for consequent stream processing. The output can be aligned in a fixed size field with padding. Numeric input can be checked against expected values range to be either saturated or to raise an exception. For floating-point output either relative or absolute output precision can be specified. UTF-8 encoded strings are supported, including wildcard pattern matching, sets and maps of code points, upper/lowercase, and other Unicode categorizations.
The world's most advanced CNL reasoner
Despite centuries of exhaustive research, the theory of evolution still hasn't provided a satisfying explanation for the origin of intelligence and language. According to the biblical world view, God has created laws of nature. Being based on the Laws of Intelligence embedded in Grammar, only Thinknowlogy implements the natural meaning (intelligent function) of words like definite article “the”, conjunction “or”, possessive verb “has/have” and past tense verbs “was/were” and “had”. It is demonstrated by: • Programming in natural language; • Reasoning in natural language: - drawing conclusions (more advanced than scientific solutions), - making assumptions (with self-adjusting level of uncertainty), - asking questions (about gaps in the knowledge), - detecting conflicts and some cases of semantic ambiguity, - displaying of justification reports for the self-generated knowledge; • Multilingualism, proving: Languages have one common origin.
A client program compatible with the INDI standard (see http://indi.sourceforge.net) for remote telescope and device control. It works under Windows as well as Linux. It is writen in Python and uses the GTK in order to display the GUI.
Functional Arabic Morphology
ElixirFM is a high-level implementation of Functional Arabic Morphology. The core of ElixirFM is written in Haskell, while interfaces in Python and Perl support lexicon editing and other interactions. http://github.com/otakar-smrz/elixir-fm
Encode Arabic provides tools for encoding and decoding Arabic in Haskell, Python, Perl, or LaTeX. Interprets the ArabTeX notation to generate original orthography or phonetic transcription. Supports Buckwalter and other romanizations. Converts legacy byte encodings into Unicode. http://github.com/otakar-smrz/encode-arabic
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.
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.