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7-Zip-JBindingJava binding/wrapper for 7Zip. Native library+JAR to extract (encrypted with password, volumed) 7z, Zip, Tar, Split, Rar, Lzma, Iso, HFS, GZip, Cpio, BZIP2, Z, Arj, Chm, Lhz, Cab archives from java. Archive creation and more archive formats are in the planning stage.4 days ago
ACME_ClimateACME: DOE Lab's Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy project1 day ago
AlbanyThe Albany code is a general purpose finite element code for solving partial differential equations (PDEs), based on the Trilinos framework.15 hours ago
arachnocheckTest for liveness of websites17 hours ago
AvogadroAvogadro is an advanced molecular editor designed for cross-platform use in computational chemistry, molecular modeling, bioinformatics, materials science, and related areas. It offers flexible rendering and a powerful plugin architecture.16 hours ago
BenderAnatomical model repositioning6 hours ago
cadxfem22 hours ago
ccrunchA GPU-accelerated high-performance computing platform3 hours ago
CIAOHPC LES and DNS code for reactive flow configurations and engines.1 day ago
CLAPACKf2c'ed version of LAPACK55 minutes ago
Cleaver2A MultiMaterial Tetrahedral Meshing Library and Application 12 hours ago
CTKThe goals of the CommonTK are to: * provide a unified set of basic features for use in medical imaging * facilitate the exchange and combination of code and data * document, integrate, and adapt successful solutions * avoid duplication of code and data * continuously extend to new tasks within the scope of the toolkit (medical imaging) without burdening existing tasks 9 hours ago
CTKAppLauncherCTK Application launcher is a lightweight open-source utility allowing to set environment before starting a real application. 8 hours ago
cython-cmake-exampleThis repository has CMake utilities for building Cython projects with CMake. The rectangle example from the Cython documentation is built to demonstrate their use. An example is also provided that shows registering a C callback with a function defined in a Cython module.10 hours ago
DogenDogen is a Code Generator for domain models.56 minutes ago
DREAM3DData Analysis System with Easy to use GUI for developing analysis workflows15 hours ago
DuMuXsimulation of flow and transport processes in porous media15 hours ago
elastixelastix is open source software to solve (medical) image registration problems16 hours ago
Feel++Feel++ is a C++ library for solving partial differential using generalized Galerkin methods in 1D, 2D and 3D1 hour ago
First_TryFirst Try to look how CDash works to implement further project with it.15 hours ago
GATESimulations of Preclinical and Clinical Scans in Emission Tomography, Transmission Tomography and Radiation Therapy16 hours ago
geojsJavaScript Geo visualization and Analysis Library15 hours ago
girder15 hours ago
GLM15 hours ago
HALMDHAL's MD package: Highly Accelerated Large-scale Molecular Dynamics simulations 20 hours ago
INCL++C++ version of the Liège Intranuclear Cascade model.22 hours ago
inVRsThe interactive networked virtual reality system19 hours ago
ITKToolsPractical command line tools based on the ITK, intended for image processing.20 hours ago
JuPedSimThe Jülich Pedestrian Simulator for numerical investigation of pedestrian dynamics with state of the art models. 3 hours ago
LAPACKFortran routines for solving systems of simultaneous linear equations, least-squares solutions of linear systems of equations, eigenvalue problems, and singular value problems.13 hours ago
libarchiveLibarchive is a reusable C library for reading and writing a variety of streaming archive formats.2 hours ago
libminclibminc is the core library and API of the MINC toolkit1 day ago
LLSTLow Level Little Smalltalk2 days ago
MarbleMarble is a geographical map program. It is developed by KDE and the free software / open-source communities for use on personal computers running a Qt 4 compatible operating system. Marble is intended to be very flexible; in addition to its intended cross platform deployment, the core components can easily be integrated into other programs.2 days ago
Marsyas14 hours ago
Mirametrix Test SuiteContaining the Nightly test results.11 hours ago
netcdf-cThe netCDF C libraries.12 hours ago
netcdf-cxx4The netcdf c++ layer/interface.23 hours ago
netcdf-fortranThe NetCDF-Fortran Libraries11 hours ago
Open BabelOpen Babel is a chemical toolbox designed to speak the many languages of chemical data. It is an open, collaborative project allowing anyone to search, convert, analyze, or store data from molecular modeling, chemistry, solid-state materials, biochemistry, or related areas.11 hours ago
OPENJPEGOpen Source implementation of JPEG20002 hours ago
OpenStudioSoftware to Model Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings. Provides tools for creating and running simulations and analyzing results.1 day ago
owLibMulti-plateform engine for games.13 hours ago
Pecos1 hour ago
QsmtpNew IPv6 capable SMTP engine for qmail3 hours ago
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RTKReconstruction ToolKit2 hours ago
SCI-Solver_Eikonal-3DSCI-Solver_Eikonal-3D is a C++/CUDA library written to solve the Eikonal equation on a 3D triangular mesh. It uses the fast iterative method (FIM) to solve efficiently, and uses GPU hardware.10 hours ago
SCI-Solver_FEMSCI-Solver_FEM is a C++/CUDA library written to solve an FEM linear system. It is designed to solve the FEM system quickly by using GPU hardware. The code was written by Zhisong Fu and T. James Lewis. The theory behind this code is published in the paper: "Architecting the Finite Element Method Pipeline for the GPU" AUTHORS Zhisong Fu(a,b), T. James Lewis(a,b), Robert M. Kirby(a,b), Ross T. Whitaker(a,b) a-School of Computing, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, USA b-Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA ABSTRACT The finite element method (FEM) is a widely employed numerical technique for approximating the solution of partial differential equations (PDEs) in var- ious science and engineering applications. Many of these applications benefit from fast execution of the FEM pipeline. One way to accelerate the FEM pipeline is by exploiting advances in modern computational hardware, such as the many-core streaming processors like the graphical processing unit (GPU). In this paper, we present the algorithms and data-structures necessary to move the entire FEM pipeline to the GPU. First we propose an efficient GPU-based algorithm to generate local element information and to assemble the global lin- ear system associated with the FEM discretization of an elliptic PDE. To solve the corresponding linear system efficiently on the GPU, we implement a conju- gate gradient method preconditioned with a geometry-informed algebraic multi- grid (AMG) method preconditioner. We propose a new fine-grained parallelism strategy, a corresponding multigrid cycling stage and efficient data mapping to the many-core architecture of GPU. Comparison of our on-GPU assembly versus a traditional serial implementation on the CPU achieves up to an 87× speedup. Focusing on the linear system solver alone, we achieve a speedup of up to 51× versus use of a comparable state-of-the-art serial CPU linear system solver. Furthermore, the method compares favorably with other GPU-based, sparse, linear solvers.11 hours ago
SCIRunSCIRun is a Problem Solving Environment (PSE), for modeling, simulation and visualization of scientific problems. SCIRun now includes the biomedical components formally released as BioPSE. It is available for free and open source.13 hours ago
SCORECSCOREC software for large parallel unstructured mesh adaptation.15 hours ago
scstudioA user-friendly drawing and verification tool for Message Sequence Charts (MSC, HMSC) and UML Sequence Diagrams. Integrated with Microsoft Visio. 17 hours ago
SIOXScalable I/O for Extreme Performance16 hours ago
Tangelo Hub1 day ago
TeemTeem is a coordinated group of libraries for representing, processing, and visualizing scientific raster data.8 hours ago
TigerA simple ANSI-C scripting language.14 hours ago
vera++Vera++ is a programmable tool for verification, analysis and transformation of C++ source code. Vera++ is mainly an engine that parses C++ source files and presents the result of this parsing to scripts in the form of various collections - the scripts are actually performing the requested tasks.15 hours ago
vtk-dicomDICOM file data and meta-data access for VTK.15 hours ago
VVVV is an open-source and cross platform image viewer, designed for fast and simple visualization of spatio-temporal images: 2D, 2D+t, 3D and 3D+t (or 4D) images. VV runs (at least!) on Linux, Windows and Mac OS in 32 and 64 bits. 18 hours ago