Domain Enterprise-Wide Devices - DEWD Provides Domain Management, Simulation, Domain Presentation, Mission Management, integration with Next-Midas/X-Midas, System Q/A Tools
DIANE -- Distributed Analysis Environment for Parallel Scientific Applications. Keywords: middleware, Master Worker Workflow Manager, GRID.
software for DFA method
DIANNA (Diffraction Analysis of Nanopowders) is a free software developed to simulate atomic models of structures from an ensemble of nanoparticles and to calculate their whole X-ray powder diffraction patterns and the radial distribution function. The main objects of investigation are the particles whose coherent scattering domains do not exceed several nm. DIANNA is based on the ab initio method using the Debye scattering equation. This method makes it possible to obtain information on the atomic structure, shape and size of nanoparticles. It can be applied also to non-periodic materials or coherently ordered structures. Required "Microsoft .NET Framework 4": www.microsoft.com/en-US/download/details.aspx?id=17851 (Web Installer, 1 Mb) www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=17718 (Standalone Installer, 48 Mb)
DMFT and cellular-DMFT code
DMFT and cellular-DMFT code for the multiband Hubbard model in different lattices using DMRG as impurity solver
Density Matrix Renormalization Group to a general MPO
Ground state and dynamics of a Matrix Product Operator
DMRG code for Quantum-Chemistry Hamiltonians
DMRG code for Quantum-Chemistry Hamiltonians, including also the calculation of dynamics response.
DVC2D is a physical simulation library capable of simulating and animating planar systems of rigid bodies experiencing intermittent and steady unilateral contacts with friction. One can also include friction between the bodies and the plane of motio
DXASCal is an open source (GPL) package for calibrating x-ray absorption spectra obtained from dispersive XAS beamlines.
Damocles is a game engine programmed in C++.(Opengl/SDL) ||| OS:Linux / Windows ||| 3 main modules in Damocles: ||| Damocles : 3D engine |||Junior : Physic and Mathematics engine ||| Unik : Network engine (Only for Windows version for the moment)
Dasema is a compact C++ library for interpreting mathematical formula and applying them to data points/sets. It supports multiple variables and comes with a tool for benchmarking, a C++ GNU-like frontend as proof-of-consept and SWIG interface to Python.
This project contains several libraries written in Fortan 77, Matlab and C++, pertinent to computational fluid dynamics, boundary element methods, finite and spectral element methods, numerical methods, and C++ programming in science and engineering.
Peak and global efficiency of radiation source-detector equipment
This software uses Geant4 simulation toolkit for computing detector efficiency (detector response or calibration factor) in terms of peak efficiency and global (gross) efficiency. It is designed mainly for gamma detectors (NaI or HpGe) but can be extended for beta or any other radiation type. Radiation source can be frontal beam, point source, Sarpagan baker (cylinder) and Marinelli baker. Due to the nature of Monte Carlo simulation technique, all geometries involved must be well known for accurate results! Can be used along with RadiationHelper (Beta_Gamma_MC module with Geant4 checkbox selected) but make sure that inside RadiationHelper folder there is MonteCarloPath.txt file (if does not exist, manually create it) having the first line pointing to the path of detector.exe folder (e.g. D:\\DetectorCalibration\\Build) and, if on Linux, next lines pointing to the Geant4 data. RadiationHelper is found here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/radiationhelper/ Source code included
Program to simulate, design and optimize different diffractive optical elements, and to simulate the propagation of wave fronts in the Fresnel regime.
Simulation of the diffraction phenomena of a plane-wave on a 2D-diaphragm in the Fraunhoffer approximation (corresponding to 99.9% of real common situations). The diaphragm is freely defined by the user via a bitmap file. This program is entended as a help of teaching the diffraction phenomena to students.
Digital Psionics develops a variety of scientific and entertainment software.
The DigitalSimulator is your Virtual Electronics Lab, allowing you to design, simulate and output your digital circuit board designs.
Plugin orientated Discrete Dipole Approximation (DDA) Solver
Discrete Dipole Approximation Project, is a software package designed to solve the Discrete Dipole Problem by the Discrete Dipole Approximation (DDA) method. This software is desgined to be plugin operated allowing for easy implimincation of new solver methods to improve the efficienty of the code. The plugin support also allow the program to write its output in multiple formats and structures defined by plugins.
DCCRG is an easy to use grid for FVM simulations. It handles load balancing (using Zoltan library) and neighbour cell data updates between processes automatically. MPI is used for parallelization.
Dodona is a molecular dynamics program which aims to treat nanostructures. It is provided with a basic interpretater language and can easily be extended with plugins. It supports basic matrix and vector manipulation in a Matlab/Octave-fashion way.
Patient dose from medical X-ray and other sources
DHPRE software uses Geant4 simulation toolkit for computing organ doses, effective dose and lifetime atributable cancer risk for humans exposed to external radiation field. It is mainly used for patients undergoing X-ray examinations such as radiography, mammography, dental panoramic and CT but can be used for any kind of radiations. INTERFACE is a small program to compute the correction to dosimeter reading when used in conditions other than the calibration ones. This package does not contain all data required to run, i.e. does not contain GEANT4 libraries and GEANT4 nuclear data (for saving space). It does contain however the X-Ray spectrum data. Read README.txt me inside Build folder for how to fix it. Source code included.
Sample implementation of multi-shift BiCGstab(ell) inverters, single-pass, double-pass and pseudo-double-pass as published in PoS of Lattice 2010.
Dragon 7.3 is free application with plugins and extensions support built in order to provide customizible dashboard for scientific experiments processing (dusty plasmas along with molecular dynamics).
The application included in this project provides some facilities in processing results of molecular dynamic modeling and close experiments.
The library in C++ for numerical modeling any dynamic systems.
ED Software project contains several programs used (mostly) for processing gas-phase electron diffraction (GED) experimental data.