The peaberry project is an extension library for Google-Guice that supports dependency injection of dynamic services. It provides OSGi integration out of the box, and has plug-in support for other registry-based service frameworks. It ships as an OSGi bundle that can be dropped into any R4 framework, such as Apache Felix or Eclipse/Equinox. You can also use peaberry outside of OSGi.
cintoo Messages is a framework to make internationalization easier for Java applications. It supports locales for threads, and bundles can be associated with different packages. This allows the usage of different bundles for different parts of the application, such as plugins, an installer, or a logging system. Bundles can be managed and associated with packages without any changes in the code. This makes bundle management and refactoring much easier than with other solutions. cintoo Messages supports global locales for client applications written in Swing or SWT and thread-local ones for serverside Web applications.
OpenHTMM is an implementation specifically designed to facilitate research into Hidden Topic Markov Models methods. Hidden Topic Markov Models (HTMM) is a method of analyzing a docyment by imposing a temporal Markov structure on the document. In this way, it is able to account for shifting topics within a document. In so doing, it provides a topic segmentation within the document and also seems to effectively distinguish among multiple senses that the same word may have in different contexts within the same document.