Collection of miscellany that one day hopes to have a sourceforge site of its own.
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ASM is the Santa Fe Institute "Artificial Stock Market" simulation model. This page is mainly aimed to the revision/updating of ASM using the Swarm Toolkit, which is provided by Swarm Development Group (http://www.swarm.org).
The pycurry project is targeted for handling concurrency issues within the Python programming language. It also contains a (almost) fully functional 'Design by Contract' implementation.
Awka is both a translator of AWK programs to ANSI C, and a separate library against which the C code is linked.
Enable CUDA on AMD/ATI graphic cards
Brahma is an open-source library written for the .NET 3.5 framework (in C# 3.0), to provide high-level access to parallel streaming computations on a variety of processors, including GPUs.
My personal notes about SAP R/3 administration.
CheckFence is a SAT-based formal verification tool that analyzes C code implementing concurrent data types on multiprocessors (concurrent queues, sets etc.) with respect to a selected memory model.
The MTP is developing an editor for Mac OS 8.5+ Appearance Manager themes, providing resources for theme designers, and offering a clearinghouse for distribution of themes developed with our tools.
MatLinks/Chorus is an open source project which aims to augment Matlab, Simulink, and Octave with toolboxes of useful functions not included in the standard distributions.
QuickMAN is a Mandelbrot fractal generator with multicore support. ASM-optimized code reaches billions of iterations per second on fast CPUs. Features an easy-to-use GUI, realtime pan/zoom, multiple palettes, image logging, and saving in PNG format.
Fast Fourier Transforms (FFT) for Multi-CPU (and RAM) Stress Testing. Shows detailed information about physical and logical processors in the system. Included CPU Benchmark feature for speed testing. Automatically utilizes and tests all CPU cores.
IntelliDate is an intelligent updater based in AppleScript for the Mac OS. It works with http to download the latest updates and directions on how to run them (at some point it may even run them, but not yet).
Dxr2 Resource Center is the community focus point for the Creative Dxr2 DVD decoder card. Drivers, plugins, documentation, etc are available that help users to get there dxr2 card to work. The project is currently in a state of inactivity.
Prosper is a LaTeX class aiming at offering an environment for writing high-quality slides for both printing an displaying with a video-projector. It offers many features for lively presentations, such as incremental display.
This SourceForge page is no longer maintained. To find downloads, source code, or documentation for the PostgreSQL project, please see our home page: http://www.postgresql.org.
Stellation is a multi-player real time strategy and conquest game, not unlike Planetarion. Features: HTTP interface, real 2D map, factories, refineries, inter-player combat and diplomacy, open-ended gameplay., designed to be played over a period of weeks.
Develop finite element stress analysis programs, that work with free cad systems(Maybe QCad). Right now there's only a 2d gridded structure analysis prog with a crappy interface, written mainly in octave.
Anahy is a programming environment that offers resources for the development of parallel programs, aiming basically at the decomposition of the application in concurrent activities, and an executive to efficiently exploring the available hardware.
SirVer is an C# Web Server with a script language supported by the Framework .Net and Mono
PyMW is a Python module for parallel master-worker computing in a variety of environments. With the PyMW module, users can write a single program that scales from multicore machines to global computing platforms.
PerMuVAR was a library for the Computer Algebra System MuPAD (http://www.mupad.de) for computations in invariant rings of permutation groups. It's now part of the algebraic combinatorics package MuPAD-Combinat (http://mupad-combinat.sf.net/)
Oziac is an experiment to describe an existing fantasy world (the land of OZ created by L. Frank Baum) and implement it as a virtual world. Originally we will comment the books with CycL, and then use the CycL as input to a programmable VR system.
A+ programming language. APL, scripting, X11, Unix, math, array processing, cool fonts.