GREYCstoration is an image regularization algorithm that processes an image by locally removing small variations of pixel intensities while preserving significant global image features, such as sharp edges and corners. The most direct application is denoising. By extension, it can also be used to inpaint or resize images. It is based on methods using nonlinear multi-valued diffusion PDEs (Partial Differential Equations) for image regularization. This kind of method generally outperforms basic image filtering techniques (such as convolution, median filtering, etc.) classically encountered in painting programs. Other image denoising plugins are available, but are not free, and the corresponding algorithms are kept secret.
Go4IT is a test environment based on the TTCN-3 language. This standardized language simplifies the process of translating an existing standard into test cases and test suites. Using a TTCN test environment allows you to validate hardware or applications against a given standard. A user management interface together with logging capabilities allow you to fine tune the tests to be run and exploit the results to solve the issue in case a test would fail. Free registration is required to access the download area.
Orfeo Toolbox (OTB) is a high resolution remote sensing image processing library. It contains a set of algorithmic components which allow the user to capitalize on methodological know how, and therefore use an incremental approach to profit from the results of methodological research. OTB is made of a set of basic elements (a C++ class API) and utilities (independent programs built upon the base API).
T3DevKit is a set of libraries and tools for TTCN-3 automatic CoDec generation and easy development of System and Test adapters (SA and TA). T3DevKit is compatible with the C mapping of the TRI (Test Runtime Interface) and TCI (Test Control Interface). It can be used to complement TTCN-3 development tools that provide these interfaces.
YML is a research project that aims to provide tools for using global computing middleware such as GRID, peer to peer, and metacomputing environments. The YML software architecture enables the definition of parallel applications, independently of the underlying middleware used. Parallel applications are defined using a workflow language called YvetteML.