Appomattox is a project to build a set of cross-platform mapping objects for the .NET framework. It is also a desktop GIS application. It currently supports the following data sources: shapefiles, raster data (JPEG, GIF, TIFF, bitmap, and PNG), and PostGIS. The goal of Appomattox is to provide an elegant and intuitive user interface for mapping and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) without sacrificing power and functionality.
BitMagic is C++ library designed and developed to implement efficient, platform-independent bitsets. It features several types of on-the-fly adaptive compression, dynamic range of addressable space of 2^32-1 bits, efficient memory management, serialization in a platform-independent, compact format suitable for storing in files and databases, performance tuning for 32-bit and 64-bit systems, and optimization for Intel SSE2 128-bit integer SIMD.
ESKit is a portable C library that provides implementations of some self-adaptive evolution strategies. It features a simple API, comprehensive documentation, three state of the art self-adaptive evolution strategies (Isotropic CSA-ES, CMA-ES, and Separable CMA-ES), and can optionaly uses LAPACK. The implementation strictly follows the published papers introducing those evolution strategies and performs as in the published papers. A basic benchmark program is provided.