Framework for Hierarchical Graph Decomposition
This is a framework used to decompose hierarchical graphs, i.e.,graphs which were created from or contain a hierarchy of modules. Each module is reused several times in the hierarchy. This may be useful to reverse-engineer human constructs like electronic equipment, manufactured machines, or bureaucratic hierarchies; but also to decompose natural constructs like gene-relation or protein-relation nets.
Laxor is a C++ template library for componentwise tensor algebra, which uses the "Einstein" index notation in expressions and produces efficient binary code.
Library to work with quaternion.
Math library to work with quaternions. Have SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1 optimizations.
SEG-Y files need special compression because they don't compress well using gzip and the like. The code is cross-platform C++ using nothing else than standard system libraries. This is a spin-off from the OpendTect project (http://opendtect.org).
Programmable X3D is a X3D implementation for .NET Framework
Programmable X3D is a open source software library providing application programming interface for software developments on .NET Framework.
Numerical Transient Simulator for Power System
Great news. Version 0.6.6 is released with HVDC and Switched shunt model for powerflow. Please leave feedback to the developer. N.Tesla is an open source project to provide students and researchers of EE with a tool to implement new models for power system study and research. N.Tesla is short for Numerical TransiEnt SimuLAtor for power system and is in memory of Nikola Tesla, one the greatest scientists in alternating current power system. If you have any questions, please contact the author by send email to [lichgang AT gmail DOT com] or leave feedback in the Discussion forum. Mailing List for N.Tesla: http://www.freelists.org/list/ntesla Mailing List for N.Tesla Developer: http://www.freelists.org/list/ntesla-dev
We present an improved ball and stick representation called HyperBalls. This type of depiction is particularly useful to represent dynamic phenomena, such as the evolution of non covalent bonds and takes advantage of GPU capabilities. HyperBalls are now fully integrated into the UnityMol software and are actively developed in that context. You will find the most up-to-date versions of the shaders in the http://unitymol.sourceforge.net project.
The complexity of cellular networks is an outstanding challenge for documentation, visualisation and mathematical modelling. In this project, we develop a new way to describe these networks that minimises the combinatorial complexity and allows an automatic visualisation and export of mathematical (ODE/rulebased) models.
*Project home now moved to Google Code.* Numerical computing and plotting tools for IronPython.
The Regional Urban Growth Model (RUG). RUG Development Team c/o Todd BenDor Department of City and Regional Planning University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill CB #3140, New East Building Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3140 bendor AT unc.edu
This C++ and Qt based project provides an easy way to control the step motor boards PAO-3M and SMK-4M-4A from Grummes Elektronik GmbH from within your own application. Interfacing is done using the LPT parallel port.
Yet another python powered bot for the browsergame "Travian". We want to make this bot more effective then any human, at construction defensing and farming.
DNA/RNA Sequence K-mer Toolkit
KAnalyze is a Java toolkit designed to convert DNA and RNA sequences into k-mers. It is both a command line application and an API.
ROS-Enhanced Scalable Haptic Library - discontinued
PROJECT DISCONTINUED ---------------------------------------- RESHL is a collection of Linux software used to interact with pen-master based haptic devices. Its name, ROS-Enhanced Scalable Haptic Library, describes all its main features: - ROS-Enhanced: the library can be used as a library in the ROS framework (Robot Operating System - http://www.ros.org/) and provides out-of-the-box support for master-slave solutions - Scalable: the library consists in different sub-libraries with different software dependencies. This way you don't have to install software for devices or functionality you're not going to use. Refer to Structure section for details on the single sub-libraries. - Haptic: the end-application is using pen-master devices to simulate the sense of touch in a haptic virtual environment. - Library: the software is distributed in c++ libraries with an easy interface. A graphic environment based on OpenGL is generated to improve the user's experience.
People Localization and Tracking for HomE Automation
PLaTHEA is a stereo vision based indoor localization and tracking system. The system acquires a stereo video stream from different kind of input devices included not-synchronized network cameras. An usage tutorial for an older is provided at http://www.dis.uniroma1.it/~leotta/demos/plathea/plathea.html. Please use the last version of the executable with the tutorial.
A hidden Markov model to predict clustered RNA motif sites
Many RBPs recognize very short and degenerate sequences, with targeting specificity achieved by mechanisms such as synergistic binding to multiple clustered sites and modulation of site accessibility through different RNA-secondary structures. mCarts integrates the number and spacing of individual motif sites, their accessibility and conservation, which substantially improves signal to noise ratio. This algorithm learns and quantifies rules of these features, taking advantage of a large number of in vivo RBP binding sites obtained from high throughput sequencing of RNAs isolated by cross-linking and immunoprecipitation (HITS-CLIP). We applied this algorithm to study two representative RBPs, Nova and Mbnl. Despite the very low information content in individual motif elements, our algorithm made very specific predictions for successful experimental validation.
Semreview is a tool for classifing texts resorting on Linked Data to understand the domain of interest. It links to DBpedia.
TOAST (Trust Organisational Agent System Testbed) is a simulation framework used to evaluate and compare different trust models for agents embedded in organisational systems.
Libraries used for Cookies' development.
QAdvancedItemViews (QAIV) extends the capabilities of QTableView
QAdvancedItemViews (QAIV) extends the capabilities of the Qt classes QTableView and QSortFilterProxyModel. E.g. QAdvancedTableView supports multicolumn filtering and includes a header view alowing users to create, modify and delete filter. Additional utility classes provide proxy models for conditional decorations, groupings and a lot more.
In addition to computing co-expression clusters, Maccu fishes potential co-expressed genes for a given bait set. All results can be further processed via graph-level operations so that we can compare graphs based on different reference data.
Tag based file manager CLI
A Tag based file management system. Command line interface. User can add tags for files (individually or for the folder). Allows search by tags.
A simulation environment for physiology models simulation
The OpenHealhPractice Simulation Environment is a web framework intended to concurrently manage and launch generalized models. Models can be uploaded by the users and also can be connected to other models in order to simulate them in a row. These simulations are stored and can be reviewed or deleted at anytime. The Graphical Visualization Environment (GVE) provides the graphical visualization of the simulation results. Results can also be exported to different formats (xls, txt or csv). This simulation environment is built using Spring Framework and Java technologies. For more information on how to deploy and use the tool, check the installation and user manuals. This tool was developed within the Synergy project. You can view our publication about the Simulation Environment here: http://www.translational-medicine.com/content/12/S2/S7 The rest of the publication outcomes of the project can be found here: http://www.translational-medicine.com/supplements/12/S2
LogMap: An Ontology Alignment and Alignment Repair System
LogMap is a highly scalable ontology matching system with ‘built-in’ reasoning and inconsistency repair capabilities. LogMap extract mappings between classes, properties and instances. To the best of our knowledge, LogMap is one of the few matching systems that: 1. can efficiently match semantically rich ontologies containing tens (and even hundreds) of thousands of classes, 2. incorporates sophisticated reasoning and repair techniques to minimise the number of logical inconsistencies, and 3. provides support for user intervention during the matching process (see Web interface).