EAsea Specification of Evolutionary Algorithms (EASEA), is a high-level language dedicated to the specification of evolutionary algorithms. The language and compiler are quite mature. EASEA compiles .ez specification files into C++ or Java object files, using existing evolutionary libraries. Supported C++ libraries currently are GALib or EO.
kdrill helps people learn Japanese 'Kanji' characters. Its includes a multiple-choice Kanji quiz program that helps people learn Japanese characters with different guess formats and history options. It also has a suite of dictionary lookup functions. Words can be found using a variety of methods including Romaji, SKIP, four-corner, cut-n-paste, radical lookup, and English search.
LON-CAPA (The LearningOnline Network with CAPA) is a learning content and course management system. It offers an underlying shared content pool from which instructors across departmental and institutional boundaries can assemble granular learning content for their courses. It has strong assessment capabilities, both formative (homework and in-class using wireless PDAs) and summative (online and bubblesheet exams), with a one-source multiple-target strategy for the content. It offers students portfolio space in which they can stage materials for submission to projects, and provides a number of tools for synchronous and asynchronous student-student and student-faculty communication. LON-CAPA scales well with number of students, as load-balancing is possible across the whole network of servers at participating institutions.
Studycard Studio Lite is a program to create and memorize multimedia flashcards, tests, and tutorials, including picture and sound identification. It is meant for educators, students, or anyone who has something to memorize. Students can create and study their own flashcards and track their progress. Educators can create quizzes or flashcards for their students.
Lambda is an interactive Lambda calculus interpreter. It reduces lambda expressions and converts them into the S, K, and I combinators (ext). It has the ability to associate names with lambda expressions (def), load definitions from a file (load), and list current definitions (list). Lambda expressions representing integers are automatically defined as needed. Many interesting combinators are provided in a definition file. Various settings are provided to influence the way reduction and extraction are performed (set). A short manual is provided showing how lambda works.
Tete allows you to select intervals, chords, or scales and play examples of the selected sounds in a random order. As each is played, it is highlighted in the list. Once you think you can tell what is playing, you can test yourself. A series of sounds will be played, again at random, and you attempt to identify what has been played. You can control how each sound is played back by changing the MIDI instrument, the octave range allowable, the root note, and whether the sounds are played ascending or descending.