Feline is a free and extensible cross-platform Model Driven Development (MDD) environment for embedded systems, covering model creation, model to code transformation, and model validation.
A graph persistence framework and associated toolkits based on a navigational query style. A default persistence engine is included for storing graph objects and properties into simple relational tables but the actual storage model is pluggable.
Package for solving PDE systems numerically
Finita is a software package for solving complex algebraic/differential systems of equations numerically using various grid methods.
Flatland is a simple cross-platform object-oriented 2D collision library. It presents a C++ interface to the Open Dynamics Engine physics SDK. Flatland does not handle graphics, but two sample programs are available, both of which use OpenGL.
A library that allows programs for a NI CRIO to be run on a computer.
A simulator that allows programs written in Java for a National Instruments CRIO to be run on a local computer by overloading the libraries provided by WPI. Some things we've fixed since 0.1a: Kinect no longer throws an exception upon instantiation, the Watchdog is usable, array elements can now be edited in the gui, and lots of under the hood reimplementation to replace native methods. DISCLAIMER: this is not like the diamond bullet studios simulation, this only simulates how the hardware would act, so that code can be tested. It is not our goal to provide a program that allows simulation for strategy testing, nor will it ever be.
FreeMovie is an SWF generator library written in PHP and ported to Ruby. FreeMovie can be used to develop Web and desktop aplications.
A portable, high-level 3D engine with an emphasis on generality. So far it is mainly used in CAD applications in need of geometrical constraint solving and other geometrical methods. FreeSG is designed as an integrable component and not a framework.
AWK language binding for accessing graphics capabilities of GD
An interface to the IEEE488.1 (GPIB) bus for TCL. In contrast to gpib-tcl, it supports callbacks on SRQ events and provides an object oriented (Tk-style) interface.
GRAY (High Energy Photon Ray Tracer) is a Monte-Carlo ray-driven high energy photon transport engine for mainly PET and SPECT applications that supports complex mesh based primitives for source distributions, phantom shapes, and detector geometries.
We aim to develop a transformative computational method for automatic discovery of a set of dynamical rules that best captures both state transition and topological transformation in the data of spatio-temporal evolution of a complex network.
Geospatial Distributed Version Control System
NOTE: this project has been renamed as GeoGig. Use this URL to get to the GeoGig downloads: https://sourceforge.net/p/geogig Welcome to the GeoGit project, exploring the use of distributed management of spatial data. GeoGit draws inspiration from Git, but adapts its core concepts to handle versioning of geospatial data. Users are able to import raw geospatial data (currently from Shapefiles, PostGIS or SpatiaLite) in to a repository where every change to the data is tracked. These changes can be viewed in a history, reverted to older versions, branched in to sandboxed areas, merged back in, and pushed to remote repositories.
Indoor geo location by method of signal strength and useage of hotspots. This with the help of common ordinairy routers written in a .Net 3.5 enviroment.
Fork of the gigapan firmware project for the gigapan beta units. Adds new features to the original firmware and largely cleans up the code to allow new features to be build.
This project is attempting to create an maintain a public implementation of the Active Record pattern, to be used with ESRI products, coded using ArcObjects and C# 3.5.
Graph handling and layout software developed for helping scientific research. The interface uses Perl, the algorithms are in C++. Creates and shows 3D and 2D graph layouts (several algorithms). Has a scripting interface for graph handling.
GoFigure2 is an open-source, cross-platform application for visualizing, processing and analyzing of multidimensional microscopy data. Users can visualize, segment and track cells through time, detect cell-division and ultimately generate lineages.
GradeSignifier provides statistical significance testing for item response data. In a few clicks you can: convert raw test data into scores, determine if the scores of two groups differ significantly, make cumulative probability charts, and more.
HARTE: HArd Real-Time Erlang
HIVM, An Application for Prediction of HIV Drug Resistance using Support Vector Machine Algorithms
The Hardware Assisted Visibility Sorting (HAVS) algorithm is a GPU-based, direct volume renderer for unstructured grids. The algorithm operates in both object- and images-space and includes a sample-based, dynamic level-of-detail algorithm.
HavannAI is a project to create an AI for the board game Havannah. Playing against other humans is also possible.
This is a development code for computer science research. It implements a solver for compressible gas dynamics. The code is distributed-memory parallel using MPI and data-parallel using the OpenCL framework.
IEgridconv is a php class to handle conversions to and from the Irish Ordinance Survey Grid system to various Latitude/Longitude formats used in GPS units.
Converts files from Garmin(R)'s IMG file format to GMAPI file format.