dcm4che is a collection of open source applications and utilities for the healthcare enterprise. These applications have been developed in the Java programming language for performance and portability, supporting deployment on JDK 1.4 and up.
Whyteboard is a painting whiteboard application that runs on Linux and Windows, that allows the annotation of PDF, PostScript documents and various image formats with common drawing tools (pen, rectangles, ellipses, text). A history of your drawing is stored, facilitating the replaying of your drawing.
Whyteboard enables tabbed painting, with multiple sheets that can be drawn upon, with each sheet having its own live-updating thumbnail. This allows the editing of multiple documents or images inside a single instance of Whyteboard. Each sheet has its own undo and redo operations as well as its own history replay list.
1T3XT offers a suite of products that are useful to create and/or manipulate documents, more specifically PDF and RTF documents. There's some support for XML and HTML, but this isn't the core business of iText.
At4J provides Java support for reading and creating Zip and Tar archives. It also comes with third-party compression libraries for bzip2 and LZMA support. At4J supports more Zip capabilities and compression methods than Java's built-in Zip classes, such as Unix file metadata and bzip2 compression.
This library package provides several forward error correction (FEC) decoders and accelerated primitives useful in digital signal processing (DSP). Except for the Reed-Solomon codecs, these functions take full advantage of the MMX, SSE and SSE2 SIMD instruction sets on Intel/AMD IA-32 processors and the Altivec/VMX/Velocity Engine SIMD instruction set on the G4 and G5 PowerPC.
LibUtillery is a container for more or less unrelated utility libraries, providing functionality that is often required in both small and medium-sized software, which otherwise tends to be re-written over and over again.
The library provides a highly portable programmer's toolbox, either as-is or as a relatively easy to use code repository. It is designed to work on all kinds of modern and older flavors of Unix, as well as Microsoft Windows. Apart from requiring the "long long" integer type in one function, it is expected to be compatible with ISO C90.
Most of LibUtillery's sub-libraries could be considered a "class" that can be instantiated multiple times within a program most of the time.
A Matlab interface to Dapper - an OPeNDAP in-situ data service
Dapper is a newly emerging, community-standard OPeNDAP server for in situ data. DapperM is a Matlab interface to data served by the Dapper OPeNDAP server. Matlab functions include an interactive lat/lon/depth/time data selection tool and functions for obtaining and using selected profile and time series datasets. The functions are described below, and an example is given. Documentation is built into Matlab for convenience of the user.
The ATLAS (Automatically Tuned Linear Algebra Software) project is an ongoing research effort focusing on applying empirical techniques in order to provide portable performance. At present, it provides C and Fortran77 interfaces to a portably efficient BLAS implementation, as well as a few routines from LAPACK.