Hybrid classical-quantum computing paradigms are posed to benefit the scientific applications that are ubiquitous within the scientific computing research community, including modeling and simulation of quantum many-body systems, applied math, and data analytics. However, developing quantum-classical hybrids that integrate quantum algorithmic statements alongside conventional programming models is an outstanding technical challenge.
Eclipse Simulation of Urban Mobility (SUMO) is a free and open traffic simulation toolsuite. SUMO allows modelling and analyzing intermodal traffic systems, including road vehicles, public transport, cargo logistics and pedestrians. Included with SUMO is a wealth of supporting tools, which handle tasks like route finding, visualization, network import and emission calculation. SUMO can be enhanced with custom models and it provides various APIs to remotely control and influence the simulation.
The Eclipse RedDeer project is an extensible framework used for development of automated SWT/Eclipse tests which interacts with application’s user interface. RedDeer provides the PageObjects API for comfortable testing of standard SWT (Buttons, Trees..), JFace (UIForms), Workbench (Views, Editors, ..) and Eclipse (Wizards, Preferences,...) components and also allows creating and extending your own components. RedDeer also provides capabilities to work with graphical editors based on GEF or Graphiti.
It is the aim of the project to supply a rich set of TTCN-3 test suites and test cases for IoT technologies to enable developers in setting up a comprehensive test environment of their own, if needed from the beginning of a project. TTCN-3 has been defined and standardized by the European Telecommunication Standards Institute in ETSI ES 201873 and related extension packages. It is implemented and supported in Eclipse IoT by the Titan project.
IoT solutions have to interact with a heterogeneous set of device types, device protocols and communication patterns.
Eclipse Ceylon consists in a number of components:
The Eclipse GEMOC Studio offers a framework for designing and integrating EMF-based modeling languages. The framework provides a generic interface to plug in different execution engines associated to their specific metalanguages used to define the discrete-event operational semantics, and the behavioral coordination, of DSLs.
The project includes the necessary code to easily set up syntax highlighting for a wide diversity of languages in the Eclipse IDE, but reusing TextMate grammars.
The default integration is to provide features into the Platform's Generic and Extensible editor, but some code may be used as API to let integration be done with other Eclipse-based editors.
The JNoSQL is a several tools to make easy an integration between the Java Application with the NoSQL. To solve this problem the project have two layers: