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This research system enables simplified dynamic access to unrelated data sources through the Internet.
Connectome Analysis through Joint Annotation of Large 3D Data (CAJAL3D) Application Programming Interface (API)
CAJAL3D API is designed to facilitate the large-scale, multi-institution collaboration required to reverse-engineer significant quantities of cortical tissue.
Elgg is an open-source framework for building social networking Web sites.
Model-based systems engineering is the formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification, and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life-cycle phases.
NetTaster is an intrusion detection system that correlates real-time network traffic content and node activity in order to detect attacks on a network.
This passive network system identifies specific machines through remote network fingerprinting.
This system offers point-and-click programming for automated image/signal analysis and classification for large quantities of data.
SUAS Code is a set of heavily commented MATLAB® routines that provide example methods for performing state estimation (i.e., position and orientation) of a fixed-wing unmanned aircraft system (UAS) using GPS, gyros, accelerometers, and a magnetometer as sensors. The code is meant as a companion to the Johns Hopkins Technical Digest article "Fundamentals of Small Unmanned Aircraft Flight."