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BALTRAD Advanced Weather Radar Networking

Michelson, Daniel; Henja, Anders; Ernes, Sander; Haase, Günther; Koistinen, Jarmo; Ośródka, Katarzyna; Peltonen, Tuomas; Szewczykowski, Maciej; Szturc, Jan (2018)
BALTRAD software exchanges weather-radar data internationally, operationally, and in real-time, and it processes the data using a common toolbox of algorithms available to every node in the decentralized radar network. This approach enables each node to access and process its own and international data to meet its local needs. The software system is developed collaboratively by the BALTRAD partnership, mostly comprising the national Meteorological and Hydrological institutes in the European U...

GeoPAT 2: user's manual

GeoPAT 2 (Geospatial Pattern Analysis Toolbox) is a standalone suite of modules written in C and dedicated to analysis of large Earth Science datasets in their entirety using spatial and/or temporal patterns. Global scale, high resolution spatial datasets are available but are mostly used in small pieces for local studies. GeoPAT enables studying them in their entirety. GeoPAT’s core idea is to tessellate global spatial data into grid of square blocks of original cells (pixels). This tr...

Myex: A MATLAB Interface for the Tobii Eyex Eye-Tracker

Jones, Pete Richard (2018)
Myex is a MATLAB interface for the Tobii EyeX eye-tracker. It allows MATLAB users to receive incoming data from the eye-tracker, by providing a data buffer that can receive data from the EyeX, and be queried by the user on demand. Myex enables Matlab users to take advantage of low-cost, portable eye-tracking technology, ideal for use in gaze-contingent psychophysical paradigms, or for users looking to develop assistive devices for individuals with impaired mobility. Funding statement: This w...

Simple Monte Carlo Simulator for Modelling Linear Mode and Geiger Mode Avalanche Photodiodes in C++

Petticrew, Jonathan D.; Dimler, Simon J.; Ng, Jo Shien (2018)
Linear mode and Geiger mode Avalanche Photodiodes are widely used to detect weak optical signals, with the latter able to detect a single photon at a time. Practical simulators for these devices should accurately produce relevant device characteristics and not be overly computationally intensive. The Simple Monte Carlo Simulator, written in C++, offers such a combination and can simulate avalanche photodiodes made with Silicon, Gallium Arsenide and Indium Gallium Phosphide, with the potential...

DiViDu – An Open Source Solution for Dual Task Experiments with Integrated Divided Visual Field Paradigm

Heck, Nina; Schubotz, Moritz (2018)
We here present DiViDu, a research software, which we developed for a dual task experiment with an integrated divided visual field paradigm. The dual task experiment consists of a lexical decision task with different semantic verb categories, and a complex tapping task with either the left or right hand. The software allows researchers the replication of our experiment, as well as the reconfiguration for further dual task experiments with alternative tapping tasks and stimuli (e.g., word clas...

Billie. A Prototypical Framework for Building Information Model Visualization

Tauscher, Helga (2018)
Current software applications for Building Information Modelling provide only limited possibilities to create customized visual representations of designed buildings and planned constructions. With reusable and exchangeable visualization configurations, customized domain- and task-specific visual representations could be generated for given building information. This concept is demonstrated with a prototypical implementation: Billie is a proof-of-concept framework written in Java that accepts...

Demeter – A Land Use and Land Cover Change Disaggregation Model

Vernon, Chris R.; Le Page, Yannick; Chen, Min; Huang, Maoyi; Calvin, Katherine V.; Kraucunas, Ian P.; Braun, Caleb J. (2018)
Demeter is an open source Python package that was built to disaggregate projections of future land allocations generated by an integrated assessment model (IAM). Projected land allocation from IAMs is traditionally transferred to Earth System Models (ESMs) in a variety of gridded formats and spatial resolutions as inputs for simulating biophysical and biogeochemical fluxes. Existing tools for performing this translation generally require a number of manual steps which introduces error and is ...


This document is dedicated to the students of the complementary certificate: inborn errors of metabolism at the  Faculty of Medicine of Tunis. it gives supplementary data to be used for the Section 2: aminoacidopathies

MEDINA: MECCA Development in Accelerators – KPP Fortran to CUDA source-to-source Pre-processor

Alvanos, Michail; Christoudias, Theodoros (2017)
Projects: EC | VI-SEEM (675121), EC | EoCoE (676629)
The global climate model ECHAM/MESSy Atmospheric Chemistry (EMAC) is a modular global model that simulates climate change and air quality scenarios. The application includes different sub-models for the calculation of chemical species concentrations, their interaction with land and sea, and the human interaction. The paper presents a source-to-source parser that enables support for Graphics Processing Units (GPU) by the Kinetic Pre-Processor (KPP) general purpose open-source software tool. Th...

pyparty: Intuitive Particle Processing in Python

Adam S Hughes (2014)
pyparty complements image processing workflows by providing utilities for drawing, manipulating and quantifying blob features in 2d-images. pyparty is built around the scientific Python stack, designed especially for compatibility with scikit-image. After a brief introduction, characterization and construction of faux nanoparticle images are provided. The source, documentation and more examples are available at https://github.com/hugadams/pyparty. pyparty is released under an open BSD 3-Claus...