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Approximate and Encoded Comparison Library in C#. A library for comparison algorithms ranging from the good old exact comparison to the relatively new Double Metaphone.
Who (or what) is connected to whom (or what), seems to be a fundament question in every complex system. That’s why research in Complex Networks became a focus of special attention.
Compton simulate the interactions betwen a laser beam and an electron beam to create high energy photons (X-rays).
Our mission is to organize educational materials that have teacher information, exercises, and open source software linked on site. We aim at verfied, validated, and accredited materials, whether software or hardcopy.
ConcernMeBS automatically detects code smells.
A class library written in Objective-C++ for building models of connectionist networks (neural networks). The class-hierarchy is designed to be maximally general and expandable, but also to support specific types of network.
There is the toolbox of implementing a mehod for consistent group indepent component analysis for functional magnetic resonance imaging.
A smart wheelchair with spoken dialog interface.
A software engine that allows the user to rotate at up to very high speeds (3000+ rpm), crop circle photos. The images of naturally occurring crop circles, when rotated, provide extra information to the eye including hologram like residual images.
Study of ultra high energy neutrino cross sections and sensitivity of future neutrino experiments
A converter tool between CAAD (Computer Aided Architectural Design) and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) applications
D.U.C.K (Determine segmentation of Unknown words by using Context Knowledge)is an NLP tool, which aims to find the correct segmentation for unknown words in written Hebrew. Statistics from different scopes will be used to determine the segmentation.
This is a multi-agent platform utilizing blackboard architecture as the core communication and organization means.
DARPA Urban Challenge, a C++ based platform for testing Path Planning Algorithms: An application of Game Theory and Neural Networks. Rubin, Raphael (2007)
A multi-agent DisCSP/DCOP simulator in C++
DDS based RF generator with Analog Devices chips
A basic simulation of aircraft emergency evacuation developed in CELL-DEVS using the CD++ Toolkit. A python script was then adapted to visualize this project in Blender. Code on SVN only at this time.
DEVSML is a novel way of writing DEVS models in XML language. This DEVSML is built on JAVAML, which is infact, XML implementation of JAVA. It is an attempt to provide interoperability between various DEVS models and create dynamic scenarios.
A Discrete EVents Simulation (DEVS) of a Precision Approach Radar (PAR) developed as an assignment for the SYSC5105 course at the Carleton University. It was developed as DEVS formalism and implemented using the CD++ toolkit plugin to Eclipse. Code on SV
Discrete Event System Specification (DEVS) combined with System Biology Markup Language (SBML) project: a Java-based tool to solve complex biology processes. Support by RTSync Corporation and Arizona Center for Integrated Modeling & Simulation (ACIMS)
DLog is an Description Logic ABox reasoner that uses resolution. The basic idea is that a DL knowledge base is transformed into a Prolog program without any knowledge on the content of the ABox. The answers are obtained during normal Prolog execution.
Component based resource modeling and analysis tool for RT embedded systems
DSPSR is a high-performance, object-oriented, digital signal processing library for radio pulsar astronomy. It implements an extensive range of algorithms and features, and can read data from most observatories, instruments, and file formats.
DSProcessing is a group of Csharp libraries destiny to evolution (on-line and off-line) DSP .NET sowtware on PC. Applications (for instance): ECG, EEG processing, speech processing and other.