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libspe

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Libspe is used on the Cell Broadband Engine to access the Synergistic Processing Elements (SPEs). The Cell Broadband Engine is used on the Sony Playstation 3, on IBM Blade Server QS21 and a few other machines

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CRUX PPC

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CRUX PPC is a volunteer driven no-profit project based on the releases of CRUX for x86. Unlike other distributions, the primary goal of CRUX is not to be the most popular (read: biggest number of users) or to put as many features as possible into the system. The idea is rather to build a ... [More] streamlined distribution, targeted at a specific audience which in turn gets a system without compromises. The result may not be the best distribution for everybody, but as mentioned above, that’s not the goal. If you’re part of the target audience however, you might enjoy running CRUX just as much as we do. It’s quite hard to do an objective comparison of linux distributions, since it’s often a matter of taste. We therefore believe that you should compare potential candidates yourself, and choose the on [Less]

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libfreevec

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A free (ΜΙΤ) library with hand-optimized replacement routines for GLIBC, such as memcpy(), strlen(), etc. These routines have been written specifically to take advantage of the SIMD units in modern cpus, specifically, SSE for x86/x86_64 cpus, AltiVec for ppc32/ppc64 and NEON for ARM (Cortex ... [More] A8/A9). See freevec project page (http://www.freevec.org). [Less]

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PPIV

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PPIV is a parallel software application used in Particle Image Velocimetry (PIV) analysis. The software will compute the vector field for one image pair or multiple image pairs. PPIV can run on a single desktop machine or in a cluster environment.

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Lymph

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A scrolling 2D shooter written in C# using Mogre. You play as a white blood cell.

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BioLabs

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Framework for implementing models of biological objects and a platform for performing virtual experiments with them.

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ctk-dev

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CTK (Cell Tool Kit) is a library which provides portable and basic C/C++ APIs for parallel programming on the Cell/B.E. Processor. CTK is intended to improve software development productivity on the Cell/B.E., and provide variety of 'almost mandatory' APIs for programming on the Cell/B.E. The ... [More] base-level APIs include SPE execution control, multi-core synchronization primitives, SPE overlay task primitives and several miscelaneous helper routines. CTK enables 'write once, run on any Cell machine', therefore Cell applications written on CTK can run on multiple Cell/B.E. platforms like Sony PS3, IBM Cell blade (either with Cell SDK 1.x or 2.x) and Toshiba Cell Reference Set. [Less]

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libbio

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Various libraries intended to support biological applications on open source. At the moment, this includes karyotype analisis and Applied Images(R) Cytovision(R) compatibility.

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pylibspe

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A Ctypes python wrap to the Cell B.E libspe 2.0 The objectives are: - To provide a simpler approach to start coding on the Cell processor. - a low level one to one mapping of the libspe library's functions. We think that providing a library written in python the developer can start exploring the ... [More] concepts of the architecture, leveraging himself from all the pitfalls of the C-language interface. [Less]

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The Cell Net project attempts to simulate the computation of a cellular membrane machine (P-Systems) by means of a number of computers deployed across the Internet, trying to achieve a real massive parallelism. The main target of the project is to simplify the calculation of NP-Complete problems ... [More] solutions, reducing temporal cost with the use of a large number of computers. Another secondary goal is to build a powerful P-System simulator that can be use effectively in simulating behaviour of living cells. This simulation may be useful for research in other sciences such as biology or medicine. Finally, this may be the first attempt to use the cellular membrane computing paradigm as a way to achieve efficient and powerful real computing. Therefore this project could be also considered interesting from the point of view of this research area. The software developed in this project will include a peer to peer network client that simulates the cellular membrane machine, a graphic straightforward editor to specify families and systems, and others related and auxiliary software, documentation and web sites. Main components of the project are expected to be scalable in such a way that new P-System variants can be added to the system easily using a plug-in architecture. Thus, the software would be immediately ready to simulate any new variant. This is a University research project by two students of the University of Seville (doctoral and master degree), and under supervision of two professors. All software and product will be released under a copyleft licence. This project is currently undergoing a requirement validation stage. The whole development process is expected to take a maximum of three years to release a first complete version. However, pre-release versions of some components of the system are expected to be available by spring 2007. [Less]

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