Simple Atmel and PIC programmer is a program which downloads code into the Atmel and PIC microprocessor chips. To use it you will need a programmer board attached to your parallel or serial port. This release programs FSTRT and SPIEN fuse bits in the AT90S8515 processor to enable serial programming. Hardware schematics are included for using external power and the parallel port.
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.
EZFB is a polymorphic, object oriented Linux frame buffer API written in C, designed to adapt at run time to control any properly configured Linux frame buffer video system. It offers independent, simultaneous control of multiple video cards within a single system, exceptional control of colors, the ability to display all or portions of bitmap files anywhere on the screen, automatic color depth conversion, the ability to capture to bitmap files, an 8x8 bitmapped font, routines to draw points, lines, outlined and filled rectangles, signal trapping for automatic screen clean-up at process termination, and much more. The demonstration applications include a bitmap viewer, screen capture utility, screen saver, and a touch screen calibration utility and an application for generating, viewing, transforming, and saving files according to The International Laser Display Association's ILDA file format.
The NSCL Data Acquisition system is a general purpose nuclear physics data acquisition system for small to medium scale nuclear physics experiments. It can be combined with NSCL SpecTcl to form a powerful online/offline data handling system. It is in use at several university labs and, of course, the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory at Michigan State University.
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.