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An open source implementation of the High Level Architecture Run-Time Infrastructure. Focused on modularity and flexibility, Portico provides an extensible environment to support HLA simulation development and research.12 weekly downloads
Equalculator is an equation calculator. It is currently in the "pre-alpha" stage of development, so don't expect it to do miracles. You type in your equation, it will ask you for the variables and Voila!, it gives you the answer.1 weekly downloads
A Genetic Programming library that uses System F, a polymorphically typed lambda calculus to represent genotypes. System F is very expressive and allows the native representation of all common programming structures and of recursive structures.
Diesel Linux is the brain child from me coming up with me method to automate a WVO purification and Utility power co-generation project. While at this time it will not be Officially patented, but it will be protected by poor man's copyright.
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.
This project is intended to learn about connecting multi-threaded programming in Java and mathematical computings.
This is a Java implementation of the MICA DNA indexing algorithm. Its goal is to have a fast but small indexing and searching program that can run either on locally (on a desktop) or in the background as a server.
The LisBON Framework is an adaptable framework for developing new parallel Memetic Algorithms (hybrid search algorithms for efficiently solving optimisation problems).
Multi Expression Programming is a genetic programming method that encodes multiple solutions. It aims to solve difficult problems like classification or symbolic regression.
Project to use 'long factorization' for cracking RSA keys. The development of a 'long factorization' program.
Server/Client System for managing a Scientific Journal. Cross platform wxWidgets based.
unipred is short for Universal Predictor - software that would predict future and possibly past events based on the algorithm used in Bible Code, prediction philosophies used in Tarot cards and latest developments in astrology, quantum physics etc.
WireWast is a .NET C++/CLI wrapper around the well known and loved Q2BotCore engine developed by Ben Swartzlander in 1998. It is pet project for developers who are interested in developing agents, managed wrappers or just have too much free time.
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