The Discrete Event Calculus Reasoner is an open source program for performing automated commonsense reasoning using the discrete event calculus, a comprehensive and highly usable formalism for reasoning about action, change, space, and mental states.
AGTK is a suite of software components for building tools for annotating linguistic signals, time-series data which documents any kind of linguistic behavior (e.g. audio, video). The internal data structures are based on annotation graphs.
ADOL-Py is a python extension to the ADOL-C automatic differentiation library.
APLEpy stands for Algebraic Programming Language Extension for Python. It is an open source alternative to commercial products such as AMPL and GAMS. It offers the same high level of abstraction while keeping the advantages of using Python environment.
PyChemEq is an Open Source project which goal is to simulate chemical equilibrums. It provides classes (that are the project's "kernel" ) and a user interface using PyGtk and Glade. The whole project will be written in Python.
The future of information technology will be based on controlling the flow of natural light. This project is an attempt to establish the code (or software) that will enable this to happen. It involves rewriting an OS from the ground up.
Libraries and programs for using the Styx pprootocol for communication with embedded devices
A Web-Based Direct-Democratic Voting-Program for Self-Governing Jurisdictions. It incorporates Preferential/Weighted Voting from 0 to 99. The Ballot Data is Permanently Kept in the Data-Base so Each Voter can do Real-Time Modifications to His Ballot.
PyCoin is a new binding interface to the COIN-OR optimization library.
This python module supplies functions to read and write ESRI Shapefile. It wraps C API codes developed by Frank Warmerdam - Shapelib. Based on the wraped C APIs, python classes are created to make it easier for users to use these API functions.