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PP3 creates celestial charts. It generates resolution independent sky maps of very high graphical quality. They can be used for example as illustrations in books or on web pages. Databases are included but you may use own data if you wish.
Self-organizing content delivery in dynamic complex networksMultimedia consumption at social events - if available - can be considered as a complex problem. People use their smart phones and tablets to take pictures and videos, leading to a high number of production places. If we enable those visitors to share their content at the event, new challenges emerge. Visitors move, go online and offline, and build a dynamic network. One can say a complex adaptive network emerges, with all its problems.
FastDTW is an approximate Dynamic Time Warping (DTW) algorithm that provides optimal or near-optimal alignments with only O(N) time and memory requirement, in contrast to the O(N^2) requirement for the standard DTW algorithm. FastDTW uses a multilevel approach that recursively projects a solution from a coarser resolution and refines the projected solution. Implementation: FastDTW is implemented in Java. If the JVM heap size is not large enough for the cost matrix to fit into memory, the impleme
Proteomics bioinformatics deals with organizing and analyzing large amounts of information generated during proteomic analyses. The vast amounts of mass spectrometry data are typically interpreted by database search algorithms such as Mascot Server from Matrix Science. This results such a search are presented in an user-friendly HTML page, yet, this is inconvenient when further processing is required. Therefore we have developed the MascotDatfile library which transforms a flat file into a dynam
ECsPy Has Been Deprecated; Use inspyred InsteadAs of April 3, 2012, ECsPy has been deprecated. New users should instead use the inspyred library, available on PyPI or at http://inspyred.github.com. ECsPy will no longer be maintained. ECsPy (Evolutionary Computations in Python) is a free, open source framework for creating evolutionary computations in Python. Additionally, ECsPy provides an easy-to-use canonical genetic algorithm (GA), evolution strategy (ES), estimation of distribution algorithm