Personal Software Process tool to track time spent on projects and activities. Time is input with a Java Swing GUI and recorded as XML. Includes an XSLT-based reporting system that generates HTML reports and SVG graphs.
Realtime audio synthesis library using the flexible unit generator architechture. Many uses: music, scientific sonification, generic audio processing. Multithread abilities, extensible synth framework. Similar to modular analog synths.
The purpose of the project is to design a methodology for making Application Specific Instruction set Processors. The project is a part of the Embedded Systems project in IIT-Delhi
Open-source software tools related to the game of go. SGF Parser, SGF Summarizer, and others.
Lua FLTK is a binding of the FLTK widget set to the Lua programming language.
The MDS is sponsored by the Applied Math dept at the U Colorado, Boulder. We have created a system for presenting a mathematical text online, letting users embed discussions (including math symbols!) directly in the text.
A number of tools to enhance management/coding of NFR (http://www.nfr.net) IDA, and various other admin tools that can be used for both NFR and hand coding other appliance scripts.
To help build the Next Generation Internet on the foundation of Open Data
The Open Magic Data project (OMD) is an attempt to organize magic data (data used in the Magic: The Gathering (TM) game) into a format that allows for easy access by encoding it into XML. see the Home page for more details. http://omd.sourceforge.net/
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/)
An implementation of a webserver written in the high level programming language Mercury (http://www.mercury.cs.mu.oz.au).
XQuench is an XML Query parser and engine. The aim is to provide programmers with an API that implements the specifications at http://www.w3.org/XML/Query At first, XQuench will be Java-only. Future versions will include C++, while keeping a similar API.