The APP4MC project provides a tool chain environment and de-facto standard to integrate tools for all major design steps in the multi- and many-core development phase. A basic set of tools will be available to demonstrate all the steps needed in the development process. Companies and R&D partners will benefit from the de-facto standard for tool chains and the support given by the features of the extended APP4MC tool chain platform. The platform can be easily adapted with commercial or in-house tools.
MDHT delivers a standard object-oriented alternative to proprietary development methodologies and tooling used to specify and implement most healthcare industry standards. There are three primary categories of users for MDHT tools: authors of healthcare industry interoperability standards, certification or testing authorities who validate that an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system produces XML or JSON files that comply with the standard, and software developers that implement adapters or applications that produce and consume healthcare data.
Triquetrum delivers an open platform for managing and executing scientific workflows. The goal of Triquetrum is to support a wide range of use cases, ranging from automated processes based on predefined models, to replaying ad-hoc research workflows recorded from a user's actions in a scientific workbench UI. It will allow to define and execute models from personal pipelines with a few steps to massive models with thousands of elements.
The Eclipse Tiaki project is comprised of two libraries.
The Discovery Library is a Java SDK that provides DNS lookup functionality that implements the IETF DNS-SD (RFC 6763) standard. It can be used as a Java Library to lookup PTR and associated SRV and TXT Resource Records within a DNS zone.
The second library, the Discovery CLI, is a command-line interface to the Discovery Library which allows the client to make use of the discovery functionality from a terminal session.
PMF focuses in fact on high level presentation modeling concepts on GUI by ignoring the displaying technology artifacts such as appearence, layouts and data binding support. It allows each technology to make its specific connection with this framework.
The purpose of this framework is to provide the basic functional concepts of user interaction in a PIM level UI modeling language. The language can be extended in two ways:
Golo is a dynamically-typed programming language for the Java Virtual Machine.
Graphical editors are popular for visualizing concepts and systems. However, just being graphical in nature does not automatically make a diagram easy to understand. Its usefulness much rather depends on how well its elements are placed and how well the links connecting its elements are routed. The placement of elements and the routing of links is what we call the layout of a diagram. Getting the layout right is labour intensive and time consuming. Automatic layout aims to free users from this task by providing algorithms that compute layouts for them.
The symbolic execution platform of the E-FMP project will be organized around a symbolic execution infrastructure as illustrated in Figure 1.
Figure 1. The symbolic execution platform of the E-FMP project
The Web Modeling Project is similar to the GMF runtime project or the Graphiti project, but for the web world. It is used to build GenMyModel.
The Web Modeling Project goal is to provide as many online diagramming and modeling features as possible "out of box".
The framework already implements some diagramming behaviors you just have to choose to implement your own online diagramming editor.