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MPS and micro;MPS are general-purpose computer system simulators based on MIPS R3000 processor. Both feature a X Window user interface, documentation, and a development kit. They have been successfully ported on several platforms.
An implementation of a light-weight stack-less jit compiler for x86 (32/64), ARM (v5/Thumb2), PowerPC (32/64), MIPS (32) and SPARC (32) architectures. It generates machine code from a platform independent (simplified) assembly language.
SkyEye is a very fast full system simulator which takes llvm as IR of dynmic compiled framework.. It can simulate series ARM, Coldfire,Mips, Powerpc, Sparc, x86 and Blackfin DSP Processor. Also can simulate multicore system by the multicore of host.
GLPK 4.49 (GNU Linear Programming Kit, http://www.gnu.org/software/glpk/) is a solver for large-scale linear programming (LP), and mixed integer programming (MIP). This project supplies the most recent Windows executables - 2013-04-28
PDa is a port of Pure Data (Pd) to integer-only CPUs like the ARM and MIPS. These chips are used in embedded systems from PDAs to mobile phones to wifi routers. This port of Pd allows you to take Pd anywhere on a handheld or embedded device.
EduMIPS64 (aka edumips) is a cross-platform MIPS 64 ISA simulator. It can be used to run and debug MIPS programs that are written using the MIPS64 instruction set. It supports visual debugging and lets you see what instructions do in the pipeline.
cacaovm is a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which uses Just-In-Time (JIT) compilation to execute Java methods natively. cacaovm uses GNU Classpath or OpenJDK or phoneME as Java runtime library. The cacaovm project started as a research JVM to explore new implementation techniques. The first version for the Alpha was released in February 1997 as a binary.