Scientific Apps |

AIPS - Astronomical Image Processing System | AIPS++ is C++ software to process (primarily radio) astronomical data; It was eveloped by an international consortium of observatories; Release of the applications suites is expected in mid 1998. (Aug 1998) | |

FFT Tutorial - Fast Fourier Transform | In this article, Bartosz Milewski explains the FFT and its uses. A Fourier transform is a special case of a wavelet transform with basis vectors defined by trigonometric functions--sine and cosine. (Jul 2002) | |

GSL - GNU Scientific Library | GSL is a collection of routines for numerical computing written from scratch in ANSI C. Designed to be callable from other HLLs too. Supports Linux, Sun, HP-UX, and others. Open Source (Aug 2003) | |

Interactive Digital Filter Design | This is an interactive filter design package, for designing digital filters. Fill in the form and press the ``Submit'' button, and a filter will be designed for you. You can specify several types of IIR and FIR filters. Outputs a C function. (Dec 1998) | |

Kalman filters | Tutorials, software, and reference materials on the theory and practice of Kalman filters. (Mar 2001) | |

MathEngine | MathEngine SDK is non-physicists to include real-time physics in their applications running on mass-market platforms such as PCs and consoles. Collision, friction, articulated bodies, callbacks. Interface for C. (Dec 1998) | |

Numerical Recipes in C | The entire text of the book Numerical Recipes in C is available for download. Also, you can get all of the source code for libraries shown in the book. If you are doing scientific programming, you need this book. (Sep 2000) | |

Orrery - Solar System Visualization | The Orrery displays and animate an accurate model of the solar system. It displays all the planets, most of their moons, and a few comets, and lets you specify the date/time of interest. Open Source. Unix only. (Apr 2001) | |

OTF - Object Technology Framework | OTF is a system for easily generating powerful C++ classes tailored to biochemical applications. Includes import/export of common molecule data formats, automatic identification of cyclic structures, and much more (Oct 1998) | |

SAL - Scientific Applications on Linux | Scientific Applications on Linux is a comprehensive and detailed catalog of more than 2,000 freeware libraries and tools. Heavy on numerics, statistics, parallel computing, visualization, image processing, programming, and much more (Nov 1998) | |

SCILAB - free numerical package similar to MatLab | Scilab is a scientific software package for numerical computations in a user-friendly environment. It features: Elaborate data structures, MatLab-like interpreter, 2D and 3D graphics, FORTRAN/C interface. Unix/Win32/Macintosh (Oct 1999) | |

Techniques for Scientific C++ - by Todd Veldhuizen | This report summarizes useful techniques for implementing scientific programs in C++, with an emphasis on using templates to improve performance. (as used in the Blitz++ library (May 2002) | |

See also: Electrical Eng. | See Also: if you are interested in Scientific Apps you may find related topics in Electrical Eng. | |

See also: Astronomy | See Also: if you are interested in Scientific Apps you may find related topics in Astronomy | |

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