Map Extracts From OSM
This Repo contains map extracts of different states from the Open Street Maps. Since, OpenStreetMap's own servers run entirely on donated resources. They have strictly limited capacity. So, it will be a bad idea to create tiles from their Servers or Use/Link Them Directly. Therefore, these extracts contains tiles all according to the States and Cities (With increasing number of tiles) for use in offline mode. You may use these extracts for any purpose as long as you credit the Open Street Maps Contributors. Please refer to this link for more information http://www.openstreetmap.org/copyright
Expand text, inverse summarizer
IT WILL WORK WITH A JAVA DEVELOPMENT KIT 1.7 ONLY !!! This program is a data-miner and a knowledge-miner. It does exactly the opposite of what the text summarizers do. A text summarizer produces a shortened text given some text as an input. An inverse summarizer takes the shortened input, a similar or a same text and does the process in reverse. This results in an expanded text. It can be used with any text or notes that have the knowledge gaps. It is a great aid to any creative work and it simply pin-points to data that may be of some relevance. How to run this program? 1. Make sure JAVA 1.7 development is installed and running/compiling properly with all environment variables properly set. 2. Uncompress the LITE release into a desired directory. 3. Go to a src/ directory with a Terminal/Console/Command-Prompt and do the following: javac Te2.java java Te2 The program should open.
A Windows app to control Arduino devices via serial port or ethernet
Features: 1.Controls Arduino via Serial port and Ethernet(web) 2.Has 4 controls: Button,Voice,Command, Home automation (WEB). 3.Personalize themes.
Control the KSR10 Robot Arm (Velleman) through USB with Python.
This project aims to control the KSR10 Robot Arm (Velleman) through USB with the programming language Python. Requirements: - Python (tested with version 2.6 and 2.7) - modules: pyusb (wich on itself requires libusb or openusb)
Make star maps for anywhere at anytime
Generate star maps for anywhere at anytime. Choose from a database of thousands of deep sky objects, including all Messier, Caldwell, and NGC objects. Also allows recording of notes on viewed objects, and configuration of user-generated observation lists.
This script can convert raw diffraction images to JPEG files. Support ADSC, MarCCD, Mar345, RAXIS and PILATUS, and can be run on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.
Automatic compound splitting and semantic analysis of compounds
The central problem to be addressed in this project concerns a multidisciplinary (linguistics and computational linguistics) investigation into sharing of knowledge and resources between closely-related languages, specifically relating to the automatic processing of compounds. Specifically, we will explore the possibility to create new knowledge about closely-related languages, and efficiently develop additional, more advanced resources for (a) compound segmentation; and (b) the semantic analysis of compounds; as such, the project will be divided into two interrelated subprojects, to be executed simultaneously. The focus in this project will be on Afrikaans (with Dutch as the closely-related, well-sourced language), which will lay grounds for future work on other closely-related language pairs.