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GNU Gama is a package for adjustment of geodetic free networks (acronym Gama is formed from words geodesy and mapping). It is written in C++ and currently supports only adjustment in a local carthesian coordinate system; adjustment in global coordinate system is part of new development branch. A part of GNU Gama project is a small C++ matrix/vector template library matvec. It is available either with GNU Gama or separately with basic documentation and some examples. Apart from C++ library of classes and functions, GNU Gama comes with a command line gama-local that adjusts a given set of observations and prints adjustment results as a series of formatted tables..Gnu Gama - Gnu - Gama - Adjustment - Package - Networks - Words - Mapping - Networking - System
IsaMorph is a linux distribution Live CD (based on Morphix) featuring the interactive theorem prover Isabelle.
DateSep 23, 2010
AuthorAchim D. Brucker
ANDREWs Not a DVD Ripping and Encoding Wizard, but an interactive wrapper or a BASH script to simplify the use of OggEnc, MEncoder and mkv/ogmmerge to create, from a DVD, one or more Matroska or Ogg Media files containing an ISO/IEC MPEG-4 Part
DateAug 27, 2010
AuthorAlessandro Di Rubbo
GNU Barcode is a tool to convert text strings to printed bars. GNU barcode supports a variety of standard codes to represent the textual strings and creates postscript output..
DateOct 16, 2010
tarix is a simple indexer for POSIX and GNU tar files. The indexes allow fast extraction of files in the archive, especially on seekable tape devices.
DateSep 30, 2010
GNU C library (glibc) is one of the most important components of GNU Hurd and most modern Linux distributions. GNU C library is used by almost all C programs and provides the most essential program interface.
DateOct 14, 2010