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StarUML - UML or MDA Platform

  •    Delphi

StarUML is a software modeling tool to develop fast, flexible, extensible, featureful UML/MDA platform running on Win32 platform. It is a good alternative to Rational Rose. StarUML provides simple and powerful plug-in architecture so anyone can develop plug-in modules in COM-compatible languages.

ermasterr - A fork of ERMaster. Faster, Better, VCS-friendly.

  •    Java

A fork of ERMaster. Faster, Better, VCS-friendly. ERMaster is GUI editor for ER diagram. It runs as Eclipse plug-in. It can be done graphically to making ER diagram, printing ER diagram, exporting the DDL from ER diagram, etc. . Moreover, importing from DB, management of the group, and the historical management, etc. are supported.

ixmp - The ix modeling platform for integrated and cross-cutting scenario analysis

  •    Python

The ix modeling platform (ixmp) is a data warehouse for high-powered scenario analysis, with interfaces to Python and R for efficient scientific workflows and effective data pre- and post-processing, and a structured database backend for version-controlled data management. This repository contains the core and application programming interfaces (API) for the ix modeling platform (ixmp), as well as a number of tutorials and examples for a generic model instance based on Dantzig's transport problem.

qm - QM graphical modeling and code generating tool based on UML state machines


QM (QP Modeler) is a freeware graphical modeling tool for designing and implementing real-time embedded software based on the UML state machines and the lightweight QP active object frameworks. QM is available for Windows 32/64-bit, Linux 64-bit, and MacOS. CAUTION: If you have any previous version of QM installed on your system, please uninstall it before installing the new version.

qpn-arduino - QP-nano real-time framework/RTOS for Arduino

  •    Perl

The QP-nano adaptation for Arduino is distributed in a single ZIP archive qpn-_arduino-1.8.x.zip, where stands for version of the QP-nano framework. You need to unzip the qpn-_arduino-1.8.x.zip archive into your Arduino-Sketchbook folder. To find out where your Sketchbook folder is, or to configure a different location for your Sketchbook folder, you need to open the Arduino IDE and select File | Preferences menu. The sketchbook location will be shown at the top of the Preferences dialog box. Once you identify the Sketchbook folder, you simply unzip the whole archive to your Sketchbook.