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Web interface for analysis of gridded geospatial datasets, with an emphasis on climate.
Kathak is a Bangla text to speech synthesizer which can produce the speech from unicode bangla text input. We are developing the system based on Festvox framework.The Festival Speech Synthesis System was used as a base for developing Kathak.
LifoBot is a simple robot built from scratch using a Gumstix embedded system. It is controlled via bluetooth and is able to move exploiting two engines. This is a didactic project designed for people wanting to learn something new.
MASyV (Multi-Agent System Visualization) enables one to write agent-based models/cellular automata, eg. in C, visualize them in real time & capture to movie file with MASyVs GUI & message passing lib. Includes examples: Hello World, ants, viral infection
Shell-scripts for the conversion & visualization of time series in raw MBDyn-ASCII-output format resulting from MBDyn multi-body-system simulations . Forms a minimalistic interface to make post-processing of MBDyn-bulk-data easier and more comfortable.
The aim of MIEX (Metadata and Information Extractor from small XML documents) is to create a wrapper for the Stanford Parser, to extract and store metadata (syntactic structures, relationships among words...) from simple XML documents.
Monitors webpages for changes and emails output with differences to subscribers. Permits user accounts and registration. PHP/MYSQL.
A collection of tools for Computer Aided Music Analysis, that were developed in the KIT-MaMuTh project at the Technical University of Berlin and fall in the categories Humdrum, Rubato, OpenMusic, Geometry Unheard Of.
ModelicaFloChrt is a script/Perl process that extracts information from Modelica library html help files and generates flow charts of module connectivity in eps and pdf formats.
Bioinformatic tools for analyzing an orfeome using translated ORFs and compares each ORF to the provided Orfeome/Proteome. Our script uses NCBI BLAST run locally and MySQL as the main engines in a new and interisting way. It is designed specifically for Poxvirus genomes, and provides the VACV-COP nomenclature and Cowpox Ortholog groups per each ORF. The BLAST stats are generated when compared to the Proteome you provide. It can be easily adapted for other genomes.
The Nucleic Acid Modeling Tool(NAMOT) is a program to allow users to manipulate molecular models of nucleic acids based on a set of reduced co-ordinates developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory and the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry.
Chemiinformatics: ND qsar -- dimensions involved in biological activity are more than the tree dimensions our mind can easily perceive.
Programa para automatizar la creación artículos en Wikipedia en español sobre objetos astronómicos del catálogo NGC. Rellena los campos automáticamente a partir de diversas bases de datos en línea, generando un código base sobre el que trabaj
NGSpeAnalysis NGSpeAnalysis is a pipeline using open-source tools which can implement a set of pair ended Next-generation sequencing analysis, include short reads alignment, high-quality variation genotype calling and variants annotation.
NIKS (Needle in a K-stack) - detection of mutations in NGS data
Unix-based preparation and analysis toolbox for molecular simulations
The aim of this project is the development of a flexible, multi-user, virtualization-enabled network emulator, using a cluster of general purpose (x86) machines. The emulator interface is web-based and uses the AJAX pattern.
An intelligent, web-crawling agent that builds invariant representations of data collected.
Network Programming Interface Builder Create a rapid application development tool that researchers could easily use to create, maintain, and archive numerous parametric studies based on their computer simulation programs.
superseded by SgpDec http://sgpdec.sf.net Java implementation of the holonomy algorithm for the algebraic hierarchical decomposition of finite state automata.
OpenSearch GeoSpatial Catalogue
Development and support of OCFA have been discontinued. the code has moved to these github repositories: https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaArch https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaJavaLib https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaModules https://github.com/DNPA/OcfaDoc If you are interested in contributing to ongoing work on the creation of a community maintained OCFA inspired computer forensic framework, please join the Mattock/MattockFS community page on G+: https://plus.google.com/communities/102487198908055860744
OpenGGD aims to be a solution that centralizes the GPS information of a vehicle fleet, acting as an interface among different GPS devices or their control programs and different GIS programs
The Pawn will make it possibly for you to tell the computer exactly what you would like it to do. Fiction. No its reality now. The highly customizable slackware will be the base for Pawn.
The goal of this project is to develop a simulator for the drafts of professional sports leagues.