Solve linear programming problems
Linear Program Solver (LiPS) is an optimization package oriented on solving linear, integer and goal programming problems. The main features of LiPS are: ● LiPS is based on the efficient implementation of the modified simplex method that solves large scale problems. ● LiPS provides not just an answer, but a detailed solution process as a sequence of simplex tables, so you can use it for studying/teaching linear programming. ● LiPS gives sensitivity analysis procedures, which allow us to study the behaviour of the model when you change its parameters, including: analysis of changes in the right sides of constraints, analysis of changes in the coefficients of the objective function, analysis of changes in the column/row of the technology matrix. Such information may be extremely useful for the practical application of LP Models. ● LiPS provides methods of goal programming, including lexicographic and weighted GP methods, which are oriented on multi-objective optimisation.
Software to restore cyclorama (360 deg. panorama) from photos
This application allows visually restore a cyclorama from a set of photos covering 360 degrees in all directions to horizon. It was specially designed to restore panoramas obtained by Apollo missions in 1969-1972 but it can be used to restore any cyclorama from photos got in your tourist trip (for example). The main principle of the program is in projecting photos on a 360x360 sphere and combining it together. If you select a correct field of view (FOV) for photo images, its combination become ideal for distant points. For moon cyclorama it is also possible to check a Sun and Earth positions on the sky and to compare the result with a LOLA data (provided by the the LRO moon satellite).
T.H.O.R.I.U.M. - Thermooptic radiation iterative universal module.
The purpose of this project is to develop open source, precise, fast and easy-to-use software for radiation heat transfer analysis.
Remote psychologic testing system. MMPI.
CMAKE build enviroment for LPC2000 and LPC17xx Cortex MCUs
The goal of project is to build CMSIS like environment for LPC2000 series MCU and to write RTOS for LPC2000 and Cortex Microcontrollers
It's a flexible software bundle and framework for face recognition, which enables users to log into computer automatically, perform face detection, recognition and tracking, and perform experiments. Other applications can be built on top of it.
This is a prolog-like programming language based on the fuzzy logic. It includes the class-libraries for fuzzy logic, probability theory and method of resolution, all made in C++. Java releases possible in the future.
Dealing with the Game Theory. Solver antagonistic (matrix) games.
GFP use Genetic Programming and LISP-like language for growing program.
Neuro Laboratory powerful signals processing extension. This project presents a set of plug-ins, scripts, source code and additional external modules for advanced signals preprocessing with the use of Neuro Laboratory 1.1 Environment.
Make your own virtual FPGA system and profile deeply with CI.
TestDrive Profiling Master is a free simulation software for Verilog/SystemVerilog and C/C++. It supports a CI (Continuous Integration) activity for H/W & S/W engineers' cooperation. Run by MS Windows environment, its use is governed by MIT License(Profiles) and LGPLv3(TestDrive Profiling Master). Based on the powerful compiler Verilator and GCC, TestDrive Profiling Master provides a totally free virtual FPGA system environment with various dynamic documents for profiling in deep on your system design. It performs a seamless conversion to a real FPGA environment without any changes of your testing software. I hope you will accomplish a successful design with TestDrive Profiling Master. Q&A : email@example.com
iDocs is a intellectual document work flow with text mining options project.
The C++ programming framework that is compatiable with standard C++ libraries. Parts: the set of classes, templates and functions that provide safety interface; GUI; XML loader for a GUI structure. The project has been moved to http://cbear.berlios.de.