The purpose of this project was to prepare gfortran for integration into gcc. Since this integration was completed in the summer of 2003, this project is now finished. You can find information about gfortran on http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GFortran/
SWIM protocol for flash programming of STM8 processors
Library for programming flash memory of STM8S105 using STM32F100. You may use this abandoned project as an inspiration.
FDS and Smokeview Development has moved to http://fire.nist.gov/fds please update your bookmarks.
RLaB is a high level programming language targeted at engineering applications. Rlab is _not_ a clone of languages like Matlab. Though, it can be called "MATLAB-like" since the programming language possesses similar operators and concepts.
"Nearly Intelligent Computer Operated Language Examiner" - NICOLE is a theory or experiment that if a computer is given enough combinations of how words, phrases and sentences are related to one another, it could talk back to you.
Cuts 3D objects from polystyrene foam (EPS/XPS)
A robotic DIY styrofoam cutter consisting of one rotational and two translational axes. It cuts a variety of shapes out of styrofoam-like materials using a hot wire. This project documents the necessary hardware and software parts. Don't miss the follow-up project at http://raumschaum.org Its goal is to further develop hardware and software into an user friendly application.
PileWorks provides the organizational structure for coordinating several different projects which approach some aspect of Pile Technology. PileWorks defines a set of interfaces and implements some basic infrastructure for Pile engines and agents.
libDSP is a C/C++ library of digital signal processing routines, including standard vector operations, digital filtering, and transforms.
The intention of this project is to give all serious users of the SNNS a place where they find a bugfix and patch management and where they get useful information about the SNNS.
C translation of EGM96 (earth height model) implementation (namely, f477.f) available at http://earth-info.nga.mil/GandG/wgs84/gravitymod/egm96/egm96.html
A nice tool for low-level managing of the parallel port and for experimenting with it. It uses GTK+ 2 for the GUI and runs on Linux and Windows (with mingw32).
Covered is a Verilog code coverage utility using VCD/LXT/FST dumpfiles (or VPI interface) and the design to generate line, toggle, memory, combinational logic, FSM state/arc and assertion coverage report metrics viewable via GUI or ASCII format.
The DNA Sequence Read Toolkit is a set of programs to convert data from DNA sequencing instruments into formats suitable for archiving, viewing or for onward processing (for example alignment or assembly).
The original sources of spice2 from berkeley university translated to C language.
This library is meant for high performance calculations for science or 3D games/rasterizers using SIMD instructions of x86 processors to allow an unparalleled level of optimization. This takes advantage of MMX, 3DNow!, 3DNow!+/MMX+, & SSE/SSE2/SSE3/SSSE3
BSPonMPI is an implementation of the BSPlib standard on top of MPI. Both MPI and BSPlib are API's of communication routines meant for parallel computing, but BSPlib is easier to learn and its performance easier to predict.
LiteOS is our attempt to write a free OS for calculators known as "TI-68k". TI naturally stands for Texas Instuments while 68k designs the Motorola 68000, in other words the processor running such calculators.
PalmPIC is a Microchip PIC programmer running on PalmOS compatible devices. You can read, write and verify PIC16 series FLASH ROM and EEPROM memory. Complete hardware/software portable solution.
The dream of Leibniz. A project devoted to realising the lingua characteristica and calculus ratiocinator using XML technologies where appropriate. Includes (at this stage mainly consists of) research in philosophy and logic.
A C++ library for Bayesian computation, including a collection of more generally-applicable utilities.
The DMX software has been integrated into the X.org server software. Please download directly from X.org instead of from SourceForge. The code here is old and is no longer updated.
HexCalc is a simple calculator similar to GNOME calculator. it can do simple calculations in hexadecimal, octal, binary, and non-floating point decimal. It uses a 32bit signed integer. It is a helpful little coder utility.
LavaRnd is a random number generator that converts a digitized chaotic source (such as a lens capped web camera) into cryptographically strong random numbers. LavaRnd comes with both an APIs (currently C and Perl) as well as a number of demos.
This program allows the user's laptop to act as a trip computer displaying fuel economy, speed, and other information about a car which is connected through a hardware device to the parallel port.
QuickType is a Palm extension to help improve text input on Palm OS devices.