The Multicast Dissemination Protocol (MDP) is a protocol framework and software toolkit for reliable multicasting data objects, including files and application memory blocks. A primary design goal is to provide a reliable multicast protocol approach that is suitable for reliable dissemination of data over both wireless and wired networks. It provides a well-defined toolkit and library for handling the protocol and congestion control extensions.
Neurocognitive Linguistics is an approach to linguistics developed by Sydney Lamb that uses relational networks to model what the brain actually does when it handles language. Neurocognitive Linguistics Lab ("NeuroLab" for short) is a program that allows you to experiment with relational networks using a convenient GUI and record the results of your experiments in tabular form.
The Peer-to-Peer Trusted Library (PtPTL) is a software security toolkit tailored for the creation of peer-to-peer applications. It allows for the establishment of trust between individual peer-to-peer clients and the organization of secure groups of trusted peers. Ultimately, the PtPTL allows users to share information and collaborate securely across the Internet.