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GWT Equation Editor

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Equation/Formula Editor for GWT that preserves formula semantics. (also supports Java SE and Java ME) Preserving formula semantics - in short it's that you can use entered formulas to make real calculations. But there's more. Special supported features: * entering and editing everything via ... [More] keyboard * code completion for variable (greek and other), function and operator names * preserved semantics Special features to be implemented: * automatic hints on incorrect formulas * and many more [Less]

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over 7 years since last commit

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LaTeXtaglet

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  Analyzed 3 months ago

LaTeXtaglet allows inclusion of mathematical equations in Javadocs. This project was originally developed by Stephan Dlugosz and hosted at SourceForge. The original source code is dependent of Windows conventions for directories and files names. The modified version of LaTeXtaglet described ... [More] here runs fine on unix platforms but was never tested on Windows. It's uncertain whether changes in the modified version were propagated back to the original code base as the original author apparently stopped improvements to the original code base. Hence, another code base was created under JQuantLib umbrella. JQuantLib uses LaTeXtaglet to generate nice Javadocs which contains UML diagrams and mathematical equations. Richard Gomes http://www.jquantlib.org/index.php/User:RichardGomes [Less]

890 lines of code

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almost 8 years since last commit

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sMArTH

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  Analyzed 3 months ago

sMArTH is an online equation editor for MathML and LaTeX that is built on open Web standards. The editor itself uses a SVG interface and the application logic is implemented in ECMAScript using the DOM. Both MathML and LaTeX are supported as exporting formats in addition to the SVG format.

13.6K lines of code

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about 10 years since last commit

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jstexrender

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  Analyzed almost 6 years ago

jsTeXrender - an Online JavaScript LaTeX-equation render for WebsThis is a new innovation for displaying Mathematical formula on www. The aim is to help blogger and webmaster publish equations in their website or blog with the LaTeX by installing a small javascript. You just simply write the ... [More] equations using (or ), a HTML tag, in your web pages. Then, the online LaTeX render engine will convert the TeX/LaTeX code on your web page to equation image (png or gif) which can be displayed in any web browser, i.e., Firefox, MS Internet Explorer. Website: http://yourequations.com [Less]

606 lines of code

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about 8 years since last commit

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heatperformance

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project will implement the heat equation with serial and parallel code for performance comparisons. The serial code is written in c, and the parallel code is written with cuda to be executed on nvidia gpu's. I will begin with a single GPU, then work up to multiple GPU's. Ultimately I will ... [More] want to expand the data set across a GPU cluster, which I am currently building as part of my research project. [Less]

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Licenses: artistic_gpl

CSharp Ode Library

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  Analyzed 28 days ago

Simple C# ODE Solver Library (Wrapper around Boost.OdeInt). for solving with double precision ODE systems of real and complex numbers.

4.1K lines of code

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about 3 years since last commit

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pyro2

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  Analyzed 27 days ago

A simple python-based tutorial on computational methods for hydrodynamics

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4 months since last commit

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mmlsharp

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  Analyzed almost 6 years ago

Project DescriptionA stand-alone program that can take MathML (acquired, e.g., from Microsoft Word 2007) and convert it to a meaningful set of C# statements, thereby facilitating domain-driven design in engineering and mathematical applications. To see the program in action, watch the screencast. ... [More] System RequirementsRequires .NET Framework 3.5 to run and Visual Studio 2008 + NUnit to compile. To use the functionality, a MathML-compatible editor is required. If using MS Word, make sure your Clipboard settings for equations are set to copy MathML. FeaturesCurrent version implements the following features: Variable naming (e.g., if we write x = y, both variables are defined as double x, y;). Multiplication sign addition (e.g., writing x = 2y results in the statement x = 2 * y;). Superscript and subscript. Superscript is taken to mean 'power of' and is realized with Math.Pow(). Subscript properly affects variable naming. Round and square braces are handled. Some replacements, e.g. replaces × with *. Substitutions, e.g., replacing 'e' with Math.E, are supported. Power inlining. Allows us to generate x*x instead Math.Pow(x, 2), which is much slower. An ExampleGiven this: The tool outputs this: p = rho*R*T + (B_0*R*T-A_0-((C_0) / (T*T))+((E_0) / (Math.Pow(T, 4))))*rho*rho + (b*R*T-a-((d) / (T)))*Math.Pow(rho, 3) + alpha*(a+((d) / (t)))*Math.Pow(rho, 6) + ((c*Math.Pow(rho, 3)) / (T*T))*(1+gamma*rho*rho)*Math.Exp(-gamma*rho*rho); [Less]

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Licenses: LGPL

KLatexFormula

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  Analyzed 3 months ago

KLatexFormula is an easy-to-use graphical application for generating images (that you can drag and drop, copy and paste or save to disk) from LaTeX equations.

79.8K lines of code

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about 1 year since last commit

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NIST Refrence Properties Database

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The project is wrapper for the NIST Refrence Properties Database for pure fluids and mixtures thermodynamic properties

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Licenses: MS-RL