Block Locally Optimal Preconditioned Eigenvalue Xolvers (BLOPEX) is a package, written in C and MATLAB, that includes an eigensolver implemented with the Locally Optimal Block Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Method (LOBPCG). BLOPEX supports parallel MPI-based computations. BLOPEX is incorporated in the HYPRE package and is available as an external block to the PETSc package. Its main features are a matrix-free iterative method for computing several extreme eigenpairs of symmetric positive generalized eigenproblems; a user-defined symmetric positive preconditioner; robustness with respect to random initial approximations, variable preconditioners, and ill-conditioning (up to 10^16) of the stiffness matrix; and apparently optimal convergence speed.
faces is a powerful and flexible project management tool. It not only offers many extraordinary features like multiple resource balancing algorithms and multi scenario planing, but can also be easily extended and customized. Faces consists of a Python class framework and a graphical front-end.
LinkAssistant Professional is an easy-to-use Web site promotion tool for webmasters and SEOs who need to get their sites on top of Google, Yahoo!, and other search engines. It finds thousands of relevant, high-quality link partners via 6 search methods, discovers and automatically fills in online link submission forms in five major link partnership networks, creates personalized email with link partnership offers, analyzes Google PageRank, Alexa Rank, and other crucial factors for all possible link partners, lets you easily design a professional link directory that matches the rest of your site and uploads this directory on the site via FTP, and checks to see whether your link partners are still linking back or if they are using any black hat SEO techniques to cheat you. This software is also available within SEO PowerSuite, which includes WebSite Auditor, SEO SpyGlass, and Rank Tracker as well.
Vortex Library is an implementation of the RFC 3080 and RFC 3081 standard definitions, known as the BEEP Core protocol, implemented on top of the TCP/IP stack. It comes with complete XML-RPC over BEEP RFC 3529 support, complete support for the TUNNEL profile (which allows you to perform proxy operations for every BEEP profile developed), support for HTTP proxies, and more. The API is consistent, easy to use, and allows you to write application protocols very quickly. The API is designed to allow bindings for other languages to be built easily.
Tidybot traverses one or more source directories, and runs all HTML files it finds through the TidyLib checker, collecting all warnings and errors it encounters and presenting them nicely in an XHTML report. It is possible to specify files/directories to exclude from the checks, warnings/errors to suppress in the generated report, and "key:value" options to pass directly to the underlying TidyLib engine. The generated report can use a custom CSS stylesheet. Tidybot has both a command-line interface and a GUI. Tidybot is not an XML/XHTML validator.