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Subject: 2/3 Sc. Softw. Map/LinUX [79 Kb]
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                The LinUX Scientific Software Map
           For circulation in the scientific community
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             High Quality Free Scientific Software
                           Part 2/3

Numerical Recipes Software

Free on-line book (Fortran or  C)  in postscript or Adobe Acrobat
format.  However, Numerical Recipes is not public-domain software
or shareware.  WWW http://nr.harvard.edu/numerical-recipes

Numerical computation in C, ftp usc.edu /pub/C-numanal/

Template Numerical Toolkit (TNT) for linear algebra.   TNT  is  a
successor to the Lapack++, Sparselib++, IML++, and MV++ packages.
Its  goal  is  to  formally  integrate these ideas into a generic
algorithmic library, supporting  generic user-defined data types,
and  increasing  its  functionality.   The  toolkit  provides  an
integrated collection of generic matrix/vector classes  based  on
components  of the Standard Template Library (STL), together with
specialization of generic algorithms for maximal efficiency.  WWW
http://math.nist.gov/tnt/"                        TARGET=_top>WWW
http://math.nist.gov/tnt/

FXT  --  0.90  is  a  C++  library  package  for  *  Fast Fourier
Transforms (FFT),  *  Fast  Hartley  Transform  (FHT),  *  Number
Theoretic  Transforms (NTT), * Convolution, Correlation and Power
Spectrum.      ftp     ftp.spektracom.de     /pub/joerg/,     WWW
http://www.spektracom.de/~arndt/joerg.html

GEOMPACK  --  3  --  09/Sep/95  (free  for  non-commercial  use).
Fortran 77 routine package for  generation of meshes.  It has 2-D
convex decomposition and triangulation of polygonal regions,  2-D
Delaunay   triangulation,   3-D   Delaunay  and  improved-quality
triangulations,   k-D   Delaunay    triangulation,   3-D   convex
decomposition  and  triangulation  of  polyhedral  regions.   ftp
menaik.cs.ualberta.ca /pub/geompack/

SPLIB.    Fortran   routines   for   spectral    methods.     ftp
microian.ian.pv.cnr.it /pub/splib/

PseudoPack is a software library for numerical differentiation by
pseudospectral  methods.  Three different Collocation Methods are
incorporated in the  package:  Fourier  Method, Chebyshev Method,
and Legendre  Method.   For  now,  they  are  all  based  on  the
Gauss-Lobatto                     points.                     WWW
http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/wsdon/pspack_doc_v2.html

LUGR Adaptive-grid methods for time-dependent PDEs.  LUGR methods
are  meant  for  the  efficient  computation  of  rapidly varying
temporal and spatial solution transitions by automatic local grid
adaptation.  2D  and  3D  Fortran  77  software  available.   WWW
http://www.cwi.nl/%7Egollum/LUGR/index.html

UG  is  a flexible toolbox for the adaptive multigrid solution of
partial           differential           equations.           WWW
http://www.ica3.uni-stuttgart.de/~ug/

P-Sparslib.  A  Portable  Library  of  Distributed-Memory  Sparse
Iterative                      Solvers.                       WWW
http://www.cs.umn.edu/Research/arpa/p_sparslib/psp-abs.html

hfloat  (for  "huge  floats")  is  a  library  package  for doing
calculations with floating  point  numbers  of extreme precision.
It is optimised  for  computations  with  1000...several  million
digits.   It  can  also  be  used to generate high quality random
numbers and  as  a  performance  measure  of  your  systems.  WWW
http://www.spektracom.de/~arndt/joerg.html

apfloat is a C++ high performance arbitrary precision  arithmetic
package.   That  means you can do calculations involving millions
of digits with it.  It  uses  Number Theoretic Transforms .  It's
simple       to        use.         It's        fast.         WWW
http://www.hut.fi/~mtommila/apfloat/

DsTool.   Computational environments that provide effective tools
for exploring dynamical systems  with  minimal effort on the part
of the user.  ftp macomb.cam.cornell.edu /pub/dstool/

WaveLab is a library of MATLAB  routines  for  wavelet  analysis,
wavelet-packet  analysis,  cosine-packet  analysis  and  matching
pursuit.   The  library  is  available  free  of  charge over the
Internet (though, MATLAB is not free).  Versions are provided for
Macintosh,     UNIX      and      Windows      machines.      WWW
http://playfair.Stanford.EDU:80/~wavelab/, For  more  information
about       wavelet      related      software,      see      WWW
http://www.amara.com/current/wavelet.html#soft

SCARAB is  a  numerical  integrator  that  solves  with different
schemes (forward Eulero, Runge Kutta, etc.) the Lorenz  attractor
differential  system and plots the solution.  ftp sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/apps/math/

CFD codes list.   Collection  of  information about Computational
Fluid Dynamics (CFD) programs.  Include public-domain, shareware,
freeware and commercial  packages.   (not  Linux  specific),  WWW
http://www.mpa- garching.mpg.de/~tomek/CFD/CFD_codes.html

FAQ:  Numerical  Analysis & Associated Fields Resource Guide, WWW
http://www.indra.com/~sullivan/q10.html

Other link collections: These  are the places contain collections
of      links      about      numerical       methods.        WWW
http://nr.harvard.edu/nr/hotlinks.html,    WWW    http://www.mpa-
garching.mpg.de/~tomek/htmls/num_meth.html

SIGNAL, COMMUNICATION, DATA AND IMAGE PROCESSING/VISUALIZATION

Mainly Signal, Image Processing

Khoros  --  2.1  (Pro)  (free but need registration and license).
Khoros is a powerful, integrated software development environment
that allows users to  harmoniously  compose and perform a variety
of  tasks  related  to  image   and   signal   processing,   data
exploration, scientific visualization.  Khoros is for scientists,
engineers,  data  analysts  and  explorers  who need to perform a
variety of domain-specific tasks and solve real problems.  Khoros
is  a  complete   data   exploration   and  software  development
environment that reduces your time in solving  complex  problems,
allows  free  sharing  of  ideas  and  information,  and promotes
portability.  Unlike other  canned, unextensible products, Khoros
provides a cost effective,  complete  prototype  to  end-solution
software development environment.  They have product with manuals
and Linux binary on CD- ROM.  WWW http://www.khoral.com/

Karma  is a package for signal and image processing applications.
It contains KarmaLib (the structured library and API) and a large
number of modules (applications)  to perform many standard tasks.
WWW http://www.atnf.csiro.au/karma/

ATNF Visualization Software.  A  set  of  visualization  software
using               Karma              library.               WWW
http://www.atnf.csiro.au/Software/Analysis/visualisation/

Ptolemy -- 0.5.2 --  02/Jul/95.   The ambitious objectives of the
Ptolemy  project  include  most  aspects  of   designing   signal
processing and communications systems, ranging from designing and
simulating  algorithms  to  synthesizing  hardware  and software,
parallelizing  algorithms,  and  prototyping  real-time  systems.
Ptolemy has been used for a broad range of applications including
signal  processing,   telecommunications,   parallel  processing,
wireless communications, network design,  radio  astronomy,  real
time  systems, and hardware/software co-design.  Ptolemy has also
been  used   as   a   laboratory   for   signal   processing  and
communications courses.  Currently Ptolemy has hundreds of  users
in hundreds of sites, in industry, academia, and government.  ftp
ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu            /pub/ptolemy,            WWW
http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/

IRAF  is  the  Image  Reduction  and Analysis Facility, a general
purpose  software  system  for  the  reduction  and  analysis  of
scientific data.   IRAF  is  written  and  supported  by the IRAF
programming group at the National Optical Astronomy Observatories
(NOAO) in Tucson, Arizona.  IRAF includes  a  good  selection  of
programs  for general image processing and graphics applications,
plus a large number of programs for the reduction and analysis of
optical astronomy  data  within  the  NOAO  package.  External or
layered packages are also available for the analysis of HST, XRAY
and EUV data.  IRAF provides a complete programming  environment,
which  includes  the Command Language script facility, the IMFORT
Fortran programming  interface,  and  the  fully featured SPP/VOS
programming environment in which  the  portable  IRAF  system  is
written.  WWW http://tucana.noao.edu/iraf-info.html

Triton  --  2.0  --  Mar/95.   Triton  is  an interactive program
devoted to numerical  image  processing  mainly  based on Fourier
filtering and wavelet analysis.  A great variety  of  frequential
filters  are  available  to  perform  image restoration and image
analysis.  Available  in  sources,  need  Motif  to compile.  WWW
http://www.lmcp.jussieu.fr/sincris/logiciel/triton/

XITE is an X-based Image processing Tools  and  Environment  from
Image   Processing   Laboratory,   Department   of   Informatics,
University  of  Oslo,  Norway.   This  UNIX  software consists of
X11-based display programs with  image  widget and graphical user
interface, more than 170 programs for image  processing  and  300
subroutines  for  image  processing, on-line documentation of all
routines      and       programs,       and       more.       WWW
http://www.ifi.uio.no/~blab/Software/Xite/

SANTIS  --  1.1.   SANTIS  (Signal  ANalysis  and   TIme   Series
processing)  is  a  software  tool  designed  for the analysis of
signals and time  series  data  of  any  kind,  in particular for
scientific purposes.  Besides standard options  (like  file  I/O,
printing capabilities etc.) SANTIS covers the following features:
*  Signal  handling  (mouse supported clipping, editing of signal
properties) *  Histogram  plots  and  2D  or  3D  phase  plots of
multiple signals * Computation  of  signal  statistics  *  Signal
manipulation  *  Generation  of  surrogate  data  and white noise
signals * Arithmetic operations * Analytical operations * Fourier
transform * Linear  filters  *  Wavelet  transforms  * Methods of
nonlinear  dynamics  *  Advanced  noise  reduction  methods   WWW
http://www.physiology.rwth- aachen.de/bs/signal/santis/

AIPS.   The  Astronomical  Image  Processing  System  (AIPS) is a
software package for  calibration,  data analysis, image display,
plotting, and a variety of ancillary tasks on Astronomical  Data.
It  comes  from  the National Radio Astronomy Observatory.  It is
primarily for Radio Astronomy.  WWW http://www.cv.nrao.edu/aips/

Mainly Data Visualization.

LinkWinds is a visual  data  exploration  system resulting from a
program of research into the application of computer graphics  to
rapidly  and  interactively  accessing, displaying, exploring and
analyzing large multivariate  multidisciplinary  data sets.  Free
for noncommercial use.  WWW http://linkwinds.jpl.nasa.gov/

Vis5D -- 4.2 -- 24/Apr/96.  Vis5D is  a  system  for  interactive
visualization  of  large 5-D gridded data sets such as those made
by numeric weather  models.   One  can  make isosurfaces, contour
line slices, colored slices, etc of  data  in  a  3-D  grid  then
rotate  and  animate  the  image  in  real  time.  There's also a
feature  for  wind/trajectory  tracing,   a   way  to  make  text
anotations  for  publications,   etc.    ftp   iris.ssec.wisc.edu
/pub/vis5d-4.1/, WWW http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/~billh/vis5d.html

Tecate is an exploratory visualization system.  The original goal
of  Tecate  was  to  provide an environment that Earth scientists
themselves could use to  browse  for  and visualize data over the
Internet.  With continued  use  of  the  system,  this  goal  has
broadened to providing tools for any end-user to visually explore
general  data  spaces  --  a  data space being any data source or
repository  whose  access  is  controlled  via  a  well-  defined
software interface.  Tecate  should  run  on  most Unix platforms
that      are      conversant       with       OpenGL.        WWW
http://www.sdsc.edu/SDSC/Research/Visualization/Tecate/tecate.html

VTK  --  1.1 (The Visualization Toolkit) is a software system for
3D Computer Graphics and  Visualization.  Vtk includes a textbook
published by Prentice-Hall,  a  C++  class  library,  and  a  Tcl
implementation  based  on  the  class  library.   The  design and
implementation of the  library  has  been  strongly influenced by
object-oriented principles.  The graphics model in vtk  is  at  a
higher  level of abstraction than rendering libraries like openGL
or PEX.  This means it  is  much easier to create useful graphics
and visualization  applications.   In  vtk  applications  can  be
written  directly  in  C++  or  in  Tcl,  a interpretive language
developed by John  Ousterhout.   In  fact,  using  Tcl  and Tk, a
graphical user interface toolkit based on Tcl, it is possible  to
build  useful  applications  really,  really  fast.  Finally, the
software is a true visualization  system, it doesn't just let you
visualize geometry.  Vtk supports a wide variety of visualization
algorithms including scalar, vector,  and  tensor  visualization,
and  advanced modeling techniques like implicit modeling, polygon
reduction,      and       Delaunay       triangulation.       WWW
http://www.cs.rpi.edu/~martink/

DATAPLOT -- 29/Apr/96  is  a  command  driven  program  for  data
analysis.   However,  an  early alpha version of a graphical user
interface is available  for  the  PC  and  Unix  systems with X11
support.      ftp      scf.nist.gov      /pub/dataplot/,      WWW
http://hydra.tamu.edu/~baum/linuxlist-d.html#DATAPLOT   has  more
information about installation on Linux box.

Draco.  The use of  large  format  detectors, increased access to
very large astronomical  databases,  and  other  developments  in
observational  astronomy  have  led  to  the situation where many
astronomers  are  overwhelmed  by   the  reduction  and  analysis
process.  Draco  is  a  novel  approach  to  data  reduction  and
analysis  which  works  in  conjunction  with  existing  analysis
systems  such  as  STSDAS/IRAF, IDL, etc.  Draco takes on much of
the mechanics of the  process,  allowing  the astronomer to spend
more time understanding the physical nature of the  data.   Draco
is  written  in Common Lisp, specifically Allegro Common Lisp 4.2
beta by Franz, Inc.  WWW http://lor.stsci.edu/draco/draco.html

GMT -- 3.0 -- 15/Aug/95.  GMT is a free, public-domain collection
of ~50  UNIX  tools  that  allow  users  to  manipulate (x,y) and
(x,y,z) data sets (including filtering, trend fitting,  gridding,
projecting,  etc.) and produce Encapsulated PostScript File (EPS)
illustrations ranging from simple  x-y plots through contour maps
to artificially illuminated surfaces and 3-D perspective views in
black and white, gray tone, hachure patterns, and  24-bit  color.
GMT  supports  20  common  map  projections plus linear, log, and
power scaling, and comes  with  support  data such as coastlines,
rivers,       and        political        boundaries.         WWW
http://www.soest.hawaii.edu/soest/gmt.html

VolPack  is  a  portable  software library for fast, high-quality
volume rendering.  It is  based  on  a  new family of fast volume
rendering  algorithms.   The  library  comes  with  vprender,   a
demonstration  volume  rendering  application  based  on  the Tcl
scripting language, the Tk  widget  set, and VolPack.  The source
code for VolPack and vprender is available  free  of  charge  for
non-commercial  use.   The  library  does not use any specialized
hardware  and  is  therefore  portable  to  most  platforms.  WWW
http://graphics.stanford.edu/software/volpack/

Gnudl (GNU Data Language) is a high-level language and environent
designed to allow flexible and powerful manipulation and plotting
of data.  A primary goal is to eventually provide a vast  library
of   numerical,   signal  processing,  imaging  processing,  etc.
routines that can be  interactively  used within the system.  WWW
http://nis- www.lanl.gov/~rosalia/mydocs/gnudl-tutorial_toc.html

Candis -- 3.5 -- 08/Feb/95.  Candis is a general purpose analysis
and display system for gridded numerical data.  It is written  in
the  C  programming language.  A standard data format is used and
translators exist from a number of other standard formats, e. g.,
Universal  radar  format,   netCDF,  etc.   ftp  unidata.ucar.edu
/candis

Raytracers and Other Tools

POV-ray -- 3.0.  POV is a 3-dimensional  raytracing  engine.   It
takes   information  you  supply  and  simulates  the  way  light
interacts with the objects  you've  defined to create stunning 3d
pictures and animation.  In addition  to  the  process  known  as
"raytracing," newer versions of POV can also use a variant of the
process  known  as "radiosity" to add greater realisim to scenes,
particularly  those  which   use   diffuse   light  such  as  the
fluorescent lighting you might find in an office  building.   The
capabilities  of  POV are very extensive.  This is no toy, it can
render complex images which  are impossible using many commercial
packages.  POV  can  simulate  many  atmospheric  and  volumetric
effects  (such  as  smoke  and  haze) which are very difficult to
duplicate  in  any  but   the   best  commercial  programs.   WWW
http://www.povray.org/

xfpovray is a graphical interface to the cool ray tracing program
POV-Ray.  It is written with the  XForms  library,  and  supports
most    of    the    numerous    options    of    POV-Ray.    WWW
http://cspar.uah.edu/~mallozzir/html/xfpovray.html

Polyray -- 1.8.  The program  Polyray  is a rendering program for
producing scenes  of  3D  shapes  and  surfaces.   The  means  of
description range from standard primitives like box, sphere, etc.
to  3 variable polynomial expression, and finally (and slowest of
all) surfaces containing transcendental  functions like sin, cos,
log.  Polyray supports rendering in a number of different  modes:
Raytracing, Zbuffered polygon rendering (fully textures or Gourad
shaded),  wireframe  and  hidden  line,  and  raw triangles.  WWW
http://www.inf.fu-berlin.de/~leitner/grafik/polyray.html

Pixcon/Anitroll is a 3D  rendering  package  that includes * a 3D
renderer that supports 11 rendering  primitives,  2D  mipmap/lerp
texturing,  and  3D texture shaders, * a simple forward kinematic
hiearchical  based  animation  system,   *  series  of  graphical
utilities using the underlying pixcon libaries,  *  source  code,
manual, and examples.  WWW http://www.sites.com/~pixcon

Rayshade   is   a   system   for  generating  ray-traced  images.
Rayshade's main  function  is  to  read  a  multi-line ASCII file
describing a scene to be rendered and produce a  file  containing
the  ray  traced  image.   This  is  the  program  often  used by
universities for teaching  ray-tracing  and  as  a  result, it is
often also used for research on rendering and object  generation.
Because  of  its extensibility, there are a large number of user-
contributed additions  and  modifications  to  the base renderer.
This means that  many  incredible  images  and  ideas  saw  first
"light"        under       Rayshade.        WWW       http://www-
graphics.stanford.edu/~cek/rayshade/rayshade.html

Radiance  is  a   suite   of   programs   for  the  analysis  and
visualization of lighting in design.   Input  files  specify  the
scene   geometry,  materials,  luminaires,  time,  date  and  sky
conditions  (for   daylight   calculations).   Calculated  values
include spectral radiance (ie.  luminance  +  color),  irradiance
(illuminance  + color) and glare indices.  Simulation results may
be displayed as color images, numerical values and contour plots.
WWW http://radsite.lbl.gov/radiance/HOME.html

BMRT  (The  Blue  Moon  Rendering  Tools)  are  a  collection  of
rendering programs  which  adhere  to  the RenderMan(R) interface
standard (RenderMan is a registered  trademark  of  Pixar).   The
toolkit  consists  of  a  full  implementation  of  the RenderMan
standard  which  supports  ray  tracing,  radiosity,  area  light
sources, texture and environment mapping, programmable shading in
the RenderMan Shading Language,  motion  blur, automatic ray cast
shadows, CSG, depth  of  field,  support  of  imager  and  volume
shaders,  and other advanced features.  The toolkit also contains
quick RIB previewers (using GL or X11) to allow "pencil tests" of
scenes and animations.  The  BMRT  is  shareware  and is free for
academic     and     other     non-commercial      use.       WWW
http://www.seas.gwu.edu/student/gritz/bmrt.html

Geographic System

GRASS  --  4.1  --  15/Jun/94.  GRASS is a product of the US Army
Corps of Engineers Construction Engineering Research Laboratories
(USACERL), in Champaign, IL.  It is an integrated set of programs
designed to provide digitizing, image processing, map production,
and geographic information system capabilities to its users.  ftp
moon.cecer.army.mil              /grass/grass4.1,             WWW
http://www.cecer.army.mil/grass/GRASS.main.html

Xmap8 is a 3D GIS (Geographical Information Systems) for  geology
and geophysics.  WWW http://love.geology.yale.edu/xmap8/

Zebra  is  a software system for ingesting, storing, integrating,
and  visualizing  geophysical  data,  during  both  the real-time
analysis  and  feedback   phase   of   a   project   and   during
postprocessing.   It  was  designed  and developed by the Reseach
Data Program for field project control and post-project analysis,
principally to manage and visualize  data  from a wide variety of
meteorological instruments and platforms,  including  satellites,
weather  station mesonets, radar, soundings, aircraft, global and
mesoscale  models,  profilers,  and  simple  scalar  instruments.
Zebra also supports oceanographic  platforms such as ship tracks,
CTD depth and cross-section  plots,  and  buoy  networks.   Zebra
visualization  capability  includes  horizontal  plots  in one of
several  map   projections;   skew-T   log-P  diagrams;  vertical
cross-sections of 3-D model and gridded data;  vertical  sounding
cross-sections;  and  time  series,  time-height, and general 2-D
plotting.  Model  data  can  be  selectively  displayed by either
forecast or valid times, and all plot types  support  interactive
movies.  WWW http://www.atd.ucar.edu/rdp/zebra.html

GrADS  -- 1.5 -- 31/Aug/95.  The Grid Analysis and Display System
(GrADS) is an interactive desktop  tool  that is currently in use
worldwide for the analysis and display  of  earth  science  data.
GrADS  is implemented on all commonly available UNIX workstations
and DOS based PCs,  and  is  freely distributed over the Internet
via anonymous ftp.  GrADS provides an integrated environment  for
access,  manipulation,  and  display  of earth science data.  ftp
grads.iges.org /, WWW http://grads.iges.org/grads/head.html

Image Manipulation Tools

NetPBM

A  powerful  package  for   manipulating  images  for  X11.   ftp
ftp.x.org /contrib/utilities/

ImageMagick -- 3.7.6.  ImageMagick is an X11 package for  display
and  interactive  manipulation  of  images.  The package includes
tools for image  conversion,  annotation, compositing, animation,
and creating montages.  ImageMagick can read and  write  many  of
the more popular image formats (e.g.  JPEG, TIFF, PNM, XPM, Photo
CD, etc.).  ftp ftp.x.org /contrib/applications/ImageMagick/, WWW
http://www.wizards.dupont.com/cristy/ImageMagick.html

xv.   A  popular program for display and interactive manipulation
of images in many different  image formats.  Slackware comes with
its    binary.     ftp    ftp.cis.upenn.edu     /pub/xv/,     WWW
http://www.sun.com/sunsoft/catlink/xv/xv.html

SDSC  Image  Tools  --  3.0 -- Oct/95.  SDSC Image Tools from San
Diego  Supercomputer  Center  is   a   suite  of  portable  image
manipulation tools coupled with  extensive  support  for  a  wide
range  of  image file formats.  The tool functionality and format
support are implemented within a portable, user-callable function
library.   No  binary   for   Linux   though.   ftp  ftp.sdsc.edu
/pub/sdsc/graphics/imtools/

Vista -- 2.1.3 -- 02/May/95.  The Vista software environment  for
computer   vision   research,  unlike  most  toolkits  for  image
processing,  allows  easy  extension  to  data  types  other than
images.  It's designed to support computer vision research  while
allowing  any  user to easily program new modules or add new data
types.   Vista   includes   software   for  manipulating  images,
detecting and linking edges, estimating optical flow  and  camera
calibration parameters, viewing images and edge vectors under the
X  Window  System, printing images and edge vectors on PostScript
printers,  and   extensive   documentation.    ftp  ftp.cs.ubc.ca
/pub/local/vista/,                                            WWW
http://www.cs.ubc.ca/nest/lci/vista/vista.html

Xmorph is a digital  image  warping  program,  also  known  as  a
"morphing"  program.   It runs under the X Window System.  Xmorph
loads, saves,  warps,  and  dissolves  images,  and loads, saves,
creates, and  manipulates  control  meshes  which  determine  the
warping.   Xmorph  has  help  pages built into it, so no external
documentation is necessary.  ftp ftp.x.org /contrib/graphics/ ftp
sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/X11/xapps/graphics/

Misc

NetCDF (Network Common Data Form)  is an interface for scientific
data  access  and  a  freely-distributed  software  library  that
provides an implementation of the interface.  The netCDF  library
also   defines  a  machine-independent  format  for  representing
scientific data.  Together,  the  interface,  library, and format
support the creation, access, and sharing of scientific data.   A
perl  extension  is  available  and  known  as  NetCDFPerl.   WWW
http://ngwww.ucar.edu/conf4.0/NetCDF/

TIPSY.   A  package  developed to quickly display and analyze the
results of  N-body  simulations  in  astronomy,  i.e.   a package
designed to display data in particle rather  than  gridded  form.
The  capabilities  including  displaying  particle  positions and
velocities from an arbitrary  viewpoint,  zooming  in to a chosen
position, the use of color particles to  display  scalar  fields,
selection  of subsets of the data for display, following selected
particles, and finding cumulative  properties  of a collection of
particles.  WWW http://www-hpcc.astro.washington.edu/tools/TIPSY/

Linux Lab Project (LLP)

This project should help people, dealing  with  data  aquisition,
process  control, laboratory automation and similar things within
a  educational  or  industrial   environment.   What's  in  store
already: * Support for IEEE-488 (GPIB,HPIB) boards  --  a  kernel
driver  module  (full  configurable  at  runtime),  a user c-call
library, ibsh a tcl/tk extension to access the bus via tcl/tk.  *
Support for several commercial  multifunction  boards ( D/A, A/D,
data aquisition etc)  --  2  National  Instruments  multifunction
board  AT-MIO16F  [comes  with  tcl/tk interfaceand lab-pc+ are
under development,  1  Keythley  board  DAS-1200.   * Support for
CAMAC  controllers  in  early  alpha.   ftp  ftp.llp.fu-berlin.de
/pub/linux/LINUX-LAB, WWW http://www.llp.fu-berlin.de/

CWP/SU - 28.  The CWP/SU  package  is  a  free  software  package
created  at  the  Center  for  Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of
Mines.  The package may  be  viewed  as an "instant (exploration)
seismic  research  and  processing  environment"  for  UNIX-based
machines.  The package contains tools for: reading/writing  tapes
in  the  SEG-Y  format  manipulating  seismic  data  in the SEG-Y
format, Fourier transforms, filtering, synthetic data generation,
seismic  migration,  NMO,  DMO,  PostScript  Graphics,  X-windows
Graphics .. etc.  WWW http://timna.Mines.EDU/cwpcodes/

PASSCAL (Program for the Array Seismic Studies of the Continental
Lithosphere) is  a  facilities  program  which  provides portable
seismic recording equipment to the university research community.
WWW http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/Passcal/passcal.intro.html

Allpha  computes  various  multifractal  spectra  of  1D  and  2D
signals.                      WWW                     http://www-
syntim.inria.fr/fractales/Software/Allpha.html

XmdvTool -- 3.0.   XmdvTool  allows  users  to  visually  explore
multivariate  data  in  a variety of methods.  The major concepts
which users need  to  grasp  to  be  able  to effectively utilize
XmdvTool are the data projection techniques available and the use
of the N-dimensional  brush.   WWW  http://wwwcip.informatik.uni-
erlangen.de/user/tntimm/XmdvTool.html

MiXViews  is  an  editing,  processing,  and  analyzing  tool for
digitized sounds and other  forms  of  binary  data.  It is built
upon the InterViews X library,  and  runs  within  the  X  window
environment.  ftp ftp.ccmrc.ucsb.edu /pub/MixViews/

CSOUND  from  MIT  media  lab  is a sound and music synthesys and
analysis software, with great scripting  tools (a C like language
for designing  instruments  and  analysis  systems)  and  several
enhancements  (eg.  3D sound, ambiphonic filters, etc.) It can be
used as a  synthesis  tool  for  the  generation  of high quality
sounds or as an exploratory tool in audio perception problems.  A
makefile for linux is part  of  the  mailing  list  archive,  and
actually         compiles         for         a.out.          WWW
http://www.leeds.ac.uk/music/Man/c_front.html

ObjectProDSP  --  0.2  --  11/Sep/95.  X-windows, object oriented
tool  for  Digital  Signal   Processing  design  development  and
implementation;  generic  framework  for   building   interactive
scientific  and  engineering  applications.   ftp  tsx-11.mit.edu
/pub/linux/packages/dsp/

XWPL  --  1.3.   XWPL  (the  X Wavelet Packet Laboratory) is an X
based tool to  examine  one-dimensional real-valued signals using
wavelets and wavelet packets.  It has been designed to be as easy
to use as possible for beginners.  It  is  intended  more  as  an
educational  and  exploratory  tool  than as a numerical analysis
program, even though it uses  fast, optimized wavelet and wavelet
packet          transforms.           ftp           math.yale.edu
/pub/wavelets/software/xwpl/,                                 WWW
http://math.yale.edu/pub/wavelets/software/xwpl/html/xwpl.html

SSA  --  2.3.   The Singular Spectrum Analysis (SSA) Toolkit is a
collection of  UNIX  utilities  which  analyze  short, noisy time
series using a Motif-like interface.  In  addition,  the  Toolkit
includes three kinds of power-spectrum estimation.  These are the
traditional  windowed  correlogram,  multi-taper method(MTM), and
maximum-entropy method(MEM).  You  can  apply  these tools at any
point  in  the  analysis  to  a  raw  time  series,  or  to   SSA
reconstructions.                                              WWW
http://www.atmos.ucla.edu/~weibel/ssa/ssa_kit.html

PAW  -- 2.06/20 -- 14/Mar/95.  PAW (Physics Analysis Workstation)
is  conceived  as  an  instrument  to  assist  physicists  in the
analysis and presentation of their data.  It provides interactive
graphical presentation and statistical or mathematical  analysis,
working  on objects familiar to physicists like histograms, event
files         (Ntuples),         vectors         etc.         WWW
http://wwwcn.cern.ch/pl/paw/index.html

FTOOLS is a  collection  of  utility  programs  used  to  create,
examine,  or  modify  the  contents  of  FITS  data  files.   WWW
http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/software/ftools/ftools_menu.html

CIRCUIT SIMULATOR AND ELECTRICAL UTILITIES

Spice.   Berkeley  circuit  simulator.  Look at following pointer
for              more              information.               WWW
http://www.paranoia.com/~filipg/HTML/FAQ/BODY/F_Free_Spice2.html#FREESPIC
E_001, Note: Spice is part  of  the  Berkeley  EE CAD Page at WWW
http://www.cad.eecs.berkeley.edu/Software/software.html.  Anybody
know if other CAD programs (like Adore,  Espresso  ...)  in  that
page work on Linux?

Magic  is  a popular integrated circuit layout tool in common use
in universities and a  number  of  industrial sites.  Magic comes
with source code and a  relaxed  copyright  that  allows  you  to
redistribute  it,  modify it, and generally do what you want with
it.                                                           WWW
http://www.research.digital.com/wrl/projects/magic/magic.html

Ocean.  The OCEAN chip design  package includes a complete set of
tools  for  the  synthesis  and   verification   of   semi-custom
(sea-of-gates  and gate-array) chips.  "Robust and combat-proven;
used by hundreds  of  people.   Short learning curve...  suitable
for student design courses." Lots  of  working  chips  have  been
designed       with       OCEAN.        ftp       sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/apps/circuits/ocean

ALLIANCE  is  a  complete set of CAD tools and portable libraries
for research and education in digital VLSI design.  It includes a
VHDL compiler  and  simulator,  logic  synthesis tools, automatic
place and  route,  DRC,  extractor,  functional  abstraction  and
formal  proof tools etc...  All the ALLIANCE cell libraries use a
symbolic   layout   approach   in   order   to   provide  process
independence: Cmos process from 1.6 micron  to  0.8  micron  have
been       successfully      targetted.       ftp      ftp.ibp.fr
/ibp/softs/masi/alliance,                                     WWW
http://www.ece.ucdavis.edu/sscrl/clcfaq/faq/faq-N-55.html#N-55

Chipmunk.  The software tools  in  the  Chipmunk system perform a
wide  variety  of  tasks:  electronic  circuit   simulation   and
schematic  capture, graphics editing, and curve plotting, to name
a  few.   Major   Chipmunk   tools   include:  Log:  A  graphical
environment for entering circuit schematics, and for  analog  and
digital  circuit  simulation;  View:  A tool for manipulating and
plotting data; Until: A graphics editor; Wol: A tool for creating
integrated            circuit             layout.             WWW
http://www.pcmp.caltech.edu/chipmunk/

ACS  is  a  general  purpose  circuit  simulator.   It   performs
nonlinear  dc  and  transient  analyses, fourier analysis, and ac
analysis  linearized  at  an   operating   point.   It  is  fully
interactive and command driven.  It can also be run in batch mode
or as a server.  The output is produced as it  simulates.   Spice
compatible models for the MOSFET (level 1, 2 and 3) and diode are
included.    ftp  ftp.rochester.r1.ieee.org  /pub/local/acs,  ftp
ftp.ee.rochester.edu   /pub/acs,   ftp  mammoth.lle.rochester.edu
/pub/local/acs

WireC graphical/procedural system is  a  graphical  specification
language  that combines schematics with procedural constructs for
describing complex  microelectronic  systems.   WireC  allows the
designer  to  choose  the  appropriate   representation,   either
graphical  or  procedural, at a fine-grain level depending on the
characteristics  of   the   circuit   being   designed.   Drawing
traditional schematic symbols and their interconnections provides
fast intuitive interaction with a circuit design while procedural
constructs give the power and  flexibility  to  describe  circuit
structures  algorithmically  and  allow  single  descriptions  to
represent whole families of devices.  Ask [log in to unmask]
for   more   detail   (including   how   to   obtain   it).   WWW
http://www.ece.ucdavis.edu/sscrl/clcfaq/faq/faq-N- 42.html#N-42

Gemini is a program for comparing circuit wirelists.  Normally it
is  used  to  verify  circuit  layout  by  comparing  a  wirelist
extracted from a circuit layout  to a specification wirelist that
is assumed to be correct.  This kind of verification is  commonly
known in industry parlance as LVS (Layout Versus Schematic).  Ask
[log in to unmask]  for more detail (including how to obtain
it).

Pcb -- 1.4.3 -- 11/Sep/96.  Pcb is  a handy tool for the X Window
System   build   to   design   printed   circuit   boards.    ftp
ftp.uni-ulm.de /pub/pcb/

IRSIM  Event-driven  logic-level  simulator  for  MOS   circuits,
including  some code to do power estimation.  ftp sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/apps/circuits/

BSVC is a microprocessor simulation  framework written in C++ and
Tcl/Tk.                                                       WWW
http://www2.ncsu.edu/eos/service/ece/project/bsvc/www/


CAD, GRAPH, DRAWING AND MODELING TOOLS

Geomview -- 1.5 -- 16/Dec/94.  An interactive program for viewing
and  manipulating  geometric  objects.   It  can  be  used  as  a
standalone viewer for static objects or as a display  engine  for
other  programs which produce dynamically changing geometry.  ftp
geom.umn.edu              /pub/software/geomview,             WWW
http://www.geom.umn.edu/docs/software/viz/software.html

GraphEd -- 4.1.2 -- 10/Jun/95.  GraphEd is a  graph  editor  with
support  for  graph  grammars,  graph  layout  algorithms  and an
interface     for     application.      ftp     ftp.uni-passau.de
/pub/local/graphed

VCG  TOOL.   The   VCG   tool   reads   a  textual  and  readable
specification of a graph and visualizes the graph.   If  not  all
positions  of  nodes  are fixed, the tool layouts the graph using
several  heuristics  as   reducing   the   number  of  crossings,
minimizing  the  size  of  edges,  centering   of   nodes.    The
specification  language  of  the VCG tool is nearly compatible to
GRL, the language of the edge tool, but contains many extensions.
The VCG tool is not a  graph editor.  It is intended to visualize
large graphs that are automatically generated by  programs,  e.g.
debuggers         of         data         structures.         WWW
http://www.cs.uni-sb.de:80/RW/users/sander/html/gsvcg1.html

irit -- 6.0  --  29/Feb/96.   IRIT  is  a  freeware solid modeler
developed for educational purposes.  Although small,  it  is  now
powerful  enough  to create quite complex scenes.  It is a simple
environment that  allows  one  to  model  basic, primitive based,
models using Boolean operations as  well  as  freeform  surface's
based models.  ftp sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/X11/xapps/graphics,
ftp ftp.technion.ac.il /pub/supported/cs/graphics

Hydra  is  a  distributed  multi-user  computer aided physics and
engineering package.  The Hydra  environment currently offers the
following features which exist at both  the  user  and  developer
level: Intuitive and effective graphical user interface, Supports
a   variety   of   geometric   representations,   Many  different
visualization modes, Many  import  and  export filters, Good code
architecture (claimed to be portable to any  UNIX  platform  with
X),            Distributed            processing.             WWW
http://www-xdiv.lanl.gov/XCM/Hydra/

daVinci -- 2.0.1 -- 17/Jul/96.  An interactive graph visualiztion
system:  *  Automatic layout algorithms for directed graphs (with
edge crossing  minimization  and  bend  reduction)  and trees.  *
Support for cyclic graphs and  graphs  with  multiple  edges.   *
Interactive  fine-tuning  operations for layout customization.  *
Many  attributes  for  nodes  and  edges  available  (e.g.  using
colors,  patterns,  shapes,  text,  fonts,   icons,   etc.).    *
Interactive  abstractions (e.g.  collapse a subgraph, hide edges)
*  Scaling   to   any   rate   without   losing  the  interactive
capabilities.  * PostScript interface for printing and  exporting
visualizations.    *  Application  interface  for  connecting  an
arbitrary  program  which  generates  graphs  and  controls their
development.  The interface provides commands for sending graphs,
adding menus to daVinci's user interface, starting dialogues with
the user, activating visualization operations, etc.  On the other
side, the application is informed about user  events  in  daVinci
such  as selection of nodes, edges or menus.  * Interactive graph
editor available.   This  separate  program  can  be connected to
daVinci's    application    interface.      ftp     ftp.wustl.EDU
/graphics/graphics/packages/daVinci,     ftp    ftp.Uni-Bremem.DE
/pub/graphics/daVinci   (??),    WWW   http://www.informatik.uni-
bremen.de/~inform/forschung/daVinci/daVinci.html

EMA-XPS is a hybrid graphic expert  system  shell  based  on  the
ASCII-oriented  shell Babylon 2.3 of the German National Research
Center for Computer  Sciences  (GMD).   In  addition to Babylon's
AI-power  (object  oriented  data  representation,  forward   and
backward chained rules - collectable into sets, horn clauses, and
constraint  networks) a graphic interface based on the X11 Window
System and the OSF/Motif  Widget  Library has been provided.  WWW
http://wmwap1.math.uni-wuppertal.de:80/EMA-XPS/

BRL-CAD -- 4.4 -- 07/Feb/95 (registration required).  The BRL-CAD
Package is a powerful Constructive  Solid  Geometry  (CSG)  based
solid  modeling system.  BRL-CAD includes an interactive geometry
editor, a ray  tracing  library,  two  ray-tracing based lighting
models, a  generic  framebuffer  library,  a  network-distributed
image-processing  and  signal-processing  capability, and a large
collection  of  related  tools  and  utilities.   A  few  of  the
applications  linked  to   BRL-CAD   include:   *  Optical  Image
Generation (including  specular/diffuse  reflection,  refraction,
multiple  light sources, and articulated animation) * An array of
military vehicle design and  evaluation  V/L Codes Bistatic laser
analysis * Predictive Synthetic Aperture Radar  Codes  (including
codes  due  to  ERIM)  *  High-Energy  Laser  Damage * High-Power
Microwave  Damage  *  Weights  and  Moments-of-Inertia  * Neutron
Transport Code * PATRAN [TMand hence to ADINA, EPIC-2, NASTRAN,
etc.  for structural/stress analysis * X-Ray  image  calculation,
ftp      ftp.arl.mil      /brl-cad,      ftp      sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/apps/graphics/rays/brlcad,                               WWW
http://web.arl.mil/software/brlcad/

Sced  --  0.94.   Sced  is  a  modeling program that makes use of
geometric constraints to edit  objects  in  a virtual world.  The
scenes  created  can  be  exported  to  a  variety  of  rendering
programs,  including  POVray,  Radiance,  Rayshade,   etc.    WWW
http://http.cs.berkeley.edu/~schenney/sced/sced.html.          An
enhancement  to  SCED,  called  SCEDA, with support for keyframed
animation.  Animated objects  have  their position, rotation, and
scale interpolated  smoothly  across  multiple  keyframes  via  a
(modified)            spline            function.             WWW
http://www.cyberus.ca/~denism/sceda/sceda.html

Midnight Modeller (MNM).  It is a GUI based interface for the POV
2.x  raytracer.   MNM  features  a  ACAD style user interface and
supports  complex   surface   creations,   nested  CSGs,  layers,
import/export of DXF and RAW files, shaded previews, nearly  full
control      over      the      POV     textures,     interactive
panning/rotating/zooming,   and    more.     ftp   ftp.povray.org
/pub/povray/modellers/midnight/

GRAFICA NATURA  (still  under  development)  is  a  3-D  realtime
rendering  system  which  was  primarily  designed  for realistic
visualization of  natural  objects  and  phenomena, e.g.  plants,
landscapes, clouds and, water.   A  simple  but  powerful  stack-
based   programming  language  is  available  for  definition  of
objects,  surfaces,  textures,  camera  movements,  and lightning
effects.  WWW http://www.cs.tu- berlin.de/~stephen/gn.html

Threedom is  a  basic  3D  polygon  rendering  engine  that  runs
reasonably     fast.      (Should     work    on    Linux)    WWW
http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/Park/7533/

WebView3D is a 3D rendering  package for Unix (running X windows)
and Windows 95 with (soon to be released) networking capabilities
over TCP/IP.  The package contains: * WebView,  a  Doom-style  3D
rendering engine and network chat client, * WVServer, the network
chat      server      (to     be     released     soon).      WWW
http://www.arrowweb.com/philip/

The  Difference  Engine  "r95"  renderer.   It  is  a  DOOM style
renderer.  WWW http://www.gamers.org/dEngine/r95/

WatRend is a simple, portable 3-D rendering  library.   It  is  a
highly p ortable scanline engine that has at various times run on
SGIs,  68K  and  PowerPC  Macs,  x86  DOS,  and  x86  Linux.  WWW
http://www.magmacom.com/~gav/

ADMesh -- 0.95 --  JUL/96.   ADMesh  is  a program for processing
triangulated solid meshes.  Currently, ADMesh only reads the  STL
file  format  that  is  used  for rapid prototyping applications,
although it  can  write  STL,  VRML,  OFF,  and  DXF  files.  WWW
http://www.engr.csulb.edu/~amartin/

VRweb is a browser for 3D  worlds  and  objects  modeled  in  the
Virtual Reality Modeling Language (VRML).  VRweb supports most of
VRML  1.0  using  a parser based on QvLib 1.0.  Some non-standard
VRML extensions (Inventor)  are  also handled (e.g.  LightModel),
others  are  reported  and  ignored.    WWW   http://www.iicm.tu-
graz.ac.at/Cvrweb

VRMLplot.m  --  1.0.   VRMLplot  is  a  Matlab($$)  function  for
generating  interactive  3-D  VRML 2.0 graphs and animations.  It
generates output files which  may  be  viewed using a WWW browser
with        a        VRML        2.0         plugin.          WWW
http://www.dsl.whoi.edu/~sayers/VRMLplot/

Dive.   The Distributed Interactive Virtual Environment (Dive) is
a  internet-based  multi-  user   VR  system  where  participants
navigate in 3D space and see, meet and interact with other  users
and  applications.   The  Dive  software  is a research prototype
covered by licenses.   Binaries  for non-commercial use, however,
are  freely  available  for   a   number   of   platforms.    WWW
http://www.sics.se/dive/

SISCAD-P  --  2.0.0  -- 01/Aug/95 (demo only, which is limited to
the drawing of a maximum of 5 parts of 300 objects each).

SISCAD-P is a new innovative 2D-CAD system that gives engineers a
production   implementation   of   new   design   technologies  -
parametrics, variational geometry, inference sketching,  a  fully
customizable   user   interface,  constraint-based  modeling  and
feature-based  modeling.    SISCAD-P   dramatically  reduces  the
product design cycle times.  Parametric  design  captures  design
intent  and  allows  you to build dimension- driven geometry with
geometric  constraints   such   as   tangency,   parallelism  and
colinearity.  Intelligent  menus  and  processes  enable  you  to
perform operations with the smallest possible number of "working"
steps  with little or even no keyboard entries.  Constraint-based
modeling allows you to perform "what-if" analysis to get the best
design solutions.  Feature-based  modeling  allows you to include
standard  design  elements   in   your   model   and   eliminates
traditional,  time-consuming  modeling operations.  All these new
techniques are the result  of  a relational, object-oriented data
structure as a basic concept of SISCAD--P.

Ask [log in to unmask] for information of the full version.
ftp                                            ftp.Germany.EU.net
/pub/os/Linux/Local.EUnet/Applications/CAD,  ftp   tsx-11.mit.edu
/pub/linux/packages/cad

The  NELSIS  CAD  Framework.   The  NELSIS  CAD  Framework  is  a
flexible,  light-  weight framework that enables tool integrators
to build high  performance  design engineering environments.  The
NELSIS CAD Framework has been developed with  the  following  key
requirements  in  mind:  openness,  design  management  services,
configurability,    efficiency,    data    distribution,   domain
neutralness.    The   Linux   version   is   coming   soon.   ftp
dutente.et.tudelft.nl              /pub/nelsis,               WWW
http://www.ddtc.dimes.tudelft.nl/docs-4.6/docs.html

VARKON  is a completely open general purpose interactive modeling
system  but  also  a  programming  language,  an  object oriented
database, a sculptured surface modeller, fully parametric  in  2D
and  3D and a very powerful development tool.  VARKON can even be
used as a 2D  drafting  system  when  this is needed.  The VARKON
tool is not intended for the average  end  user  but  rather  for
those who wish to develop CAD related functionality of their own.
The  corner-stone in the system is the integrated MBS programming
language with  its  compiler  and  interactive  environment.  The
company   makes   Linux   binary    free    of    charge.     WWW
http://www.signum.se/varkon/v3start.html

Lab-3D  --  1.0 -- 08/Jun/95.  Lab-3D is a program developed from
scratch  for  implementation,   testing   and  comparing  various
graphics algorithms.  Line interpolation, Polygon filling, hidden
lines/surfaces removing.  You can also implement new  algorithms.
z-buffer,  3D,  rendering.  ftp ftp.x.org /contrib/graphics/, ftp
sunsite.unc.edu /pub/Linux/X11/xapps/graphics/

X3d is a fast  wireframe  object  viewer for Unix systems running
X11.  ftp ftp.wustl.edu /graphics/graphics/packages/x3d

XANIM -- 2.70.1 -- 04/Sep/95.  XAnim is a program for  viewing  a
wide    variety    of   animation   formats   under   X11.    ftp
jobe.shell.portal.com              /pub/podlipec,             WWW
http://www.portal.com/~podlipec/home.html

Xfig -- 3.1.4 -- 18/Aug/95.  Xfig  is  a  menu-driven  tool  that
allows  the  user to draw and manipulate objects interactively in
an X window.  The  resulting  pictures  can  be saved, printed on
postscript printers or converted to a variety  of  other  formats
(e.g.   to  allow inclusion in LaTeX documents).  Slackware comes
with xfig binary, but may  be  pretty old version.  ftp ftp.x.org
/contrib/applications/drawing_tools/xfig/

Tgif -- 2.16 pl12  --  11/Jul/95.   Xlib  based  interactive  2-D
drawing  facility  under X11.  Supports hierarchical construction
of drawings and easy navigation between sets of drawings.  It can
also be used to launch  applications.  It's also a hyper-graphics
(or hyper- structured-graphics) browser on the  World-Wide-  Web.
ftp        ftp.x.org       /contrib/applications/tgif/,       WWW
http://bourbon.cs.ucla.edu:8001/tgif/

Picasso -- 14/Feb/94.  An  interactive  drawing tool based on the
Tcl/Tk package (which also requires the extended package tclX/TkX
as well  as  the  netpbm/pbmplus  utilities).   Features  include
greyscale image and PostScript object management with interactive
rescaling, rotation, and color control (for PostScript, PPM, GIF,
Pict, XBM, XPM, X Window and X Region formats), interactive LaTeX
object  creation,  LateX  picture  generation  mixing  PostScript
drawing  and LaTeX objects, PostScript generation for subparts of
a drawing  allowing  creation  of  big  objects  hidden  by white
objects and  selective  choice  of  the  interesting  region  for
PostScript  generation,  and customization possibilities via Tcl.
ftp zenon.inria.fr /pub/tk/

Ginger (under development).  GINGER is  an acronym for "Ginger is
an INteractive Graph EditoR" The goal of the Ginger project is to
develop an easy-to-use yet powerful tool for interactive  editing
of        various        types        of       graphs.        WWW
http://www.iesd.auc.dk/~normark/Ginger/ginger.html

Ipe.  The Ipe extendible drawing  editor  is a drawing editor for
creating figures for inclusion into LaTeX documents.  It is  also
useful to prepare transparencies or slides.  Ipe drawings combine
postscript  data  with LaTeX source code, that are both stored in
the same file.  You can add  your own functions to Ipe, extending
it with editing functions or  geometric  objects  that  you  find
useful.  WWW http://graphics.postech.ac.kr/otfried/html/ipe.html

XPaint -- 2.4.7 -- 01/Nov/96.  It is a simple color image editing
tool  which  features  most  standard  paint program options.  It
allows for  the  editing  of  multiple  images simultaneously and
supports various formats, including PPM,  XBM,  TIFF,  etc.   WWW
http://www2.dk-online.dk/users/Torsten_Martinsen/xpaint/index.html

GIMP -- 0.54.  The GIMP (General Image Manipulation Program) is a
Ph*t*Shop-alike  photo-editing,  painting, and image manipulation
package for X Windows.  WWW http://www.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/~gimp/

bomb -- 1.11.  bomb is an interactive graphics program.  it falls
in the eye-candy class of programs, and has pretensions to become
a visual  musical  instrument.   it  uses  cellular  automata and
fractals.                                                     WWW
http://hopeless.mess.cs.cmu.edu:8001/bomb/index.html

PROGRAMMING TOOLS

Lisp.   An  interpreter  language.    Some   implementations   on
UNIX(including Linux) are available:

GCL.   An  implementation  of Lisp that used to be known as Kyoto
Common Lisp (KCL).  This generates  C code which is compiled with
the local C compiler and it is intended to eventually support the
ANSI standard for Common Lisp.  ftp ftp.cli.com /pub/gcl/

CMU   Common   Lisp.     WWW    http://www.mv.com/users/pw/lisp/,
http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/Incoming/

Common Lisp, http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/Linux/devel/lang/lisp/

Sather  is  an  object  oriented  language  which  designed to be
simple, efficient, safe,  and  non-proprietary.   It aims to meet
the needs of modern research groups and to foster the development
of a large, freely available, high-quality library  of  efficient
well-written  classes  for a wide variety of computational tasks.
It was originally based on  Eiffel but now incorporates ideas and
approaches from several languages.  One way of placing it in  the
"space  of  languages"  is  to  say  that  it  attempts  to be as
efficient as C, C++, or Fortran, as elegant and safe as Eiffel or
CLU, and to  support  higher-order  functions  as  well as Common
Lisp,         Scheme,         or         Smalltalk.           WWW
http://www.icsi.berkeley.edu/Sather/index.html

CH  language  environment  is  a superset of C. But, CH is a very
high-level language (VHLL) environment,  designed for both novice
computer users and professional programmers.  CH can be used  for
shell programming, WWW Common Gateway Interface (CGI), WWW Common
Client   Interface   (CCI),   world-wide   distributed   internet
computing, scientific computing, real-time control of mechatronic
systems,      and      many      other     applications.      WWW
http://iel.ucdavis.edu/CH/

F is a carefully  crafted  subset  of  the most recent version of
Fortran, the world's most powerful numeric language.   F  retains
the modern features of Fortran--modules and data abstraction, for
example--but  discards  facilities such as EQUIVALENCE, which are
difficult to  teach,  use,  or  debug.   It  is  a  safe portable
programming language.  F may be used by the Fortran 77 programmer
as a transition to the new concepts in  Fortran  95  or  in  High
Performance   Fortran   (HPF).   Compiler  for  Linux  is  freely
available at present.  WWW http://kumo.swcp.com/imagine1/

YABASIC (Yet  Another  BASIC)  implements  the  most  common (and
simple) elements of the langugage plus  some  Grafic  facilities;
anyone,  who  has  ever  written basic- programs on a C64, should
feel at home.  WWW http://www.uni-mainz.de/~ihm/basic.html

R is a language which is  superficially not unlike the S language
(for statistical calculations) developed  at  Bell  Laboratories,
but   implemented   by   extending   a   lisp-like   base.    WWW
http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/rproj.html

Scheme  is  a  high-level  language and is a dialect of Lisp that
stresses conceptual elegance and  simplicity.  It is specified in
R4RS and IEEE standard P1178.  Scheme is much smaller than Common
Lisp; the specification is about 50  pages,  compared  to  Common
Lisp's       1300       page       draft      standard.       WWW
http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/Groups/AI/html/faqs/lang/scheme/top.html.
The implementations available for Linux platforms include:

Elk is an implementation of  the Scheme programming language.  In
contrast to existing, stand-alone Scheme  systems  Elk  has  been
designed   specifically  as  an  embeddable,  reusable  extension
language subsystem for  applications  written  in  C or C++.  WWW
http://www-rn.informatik.uni-bremen.de/software/elk/

MIT Scheme.  A Scheme compiler which generate faster  code.   ftp
swiss-ftp.ai.mit.edu /pub/

Bigloo.   A  Scheme  interpreter  and compiler.  ftp ftp.inria.fr
/INRIA/Projects/icsla/Implementations/index.html

Scheme-to-C.  A Scheme-to-C  compiler  done  by Digital Equipment
Corporation's     Western     Research      Laboratory.       ftp
gatekeeper.dec.com /pub/DEC/Scheme-to-C/

Scsh is a broad-spectrum systems-programming environment for Unix
embedded    in    R4RS    Scheme.     ftp    swiss-ftp.ai.mit.edu
/pub/su/scsh/index.html

DrScheme   is  a  graphical  environment  for  developing  Scheme
programs.                                                     WWW
http://www.cs.rice.edu/CS/PLT/packages/drscheme/index.html

Oscheme stands for Objective Scheme.   It is an embeddable scheme
interpretor conforming  (mostly)  to  R4RS.   ftp  avahi.inria.fr
/pub/OScheme/

Tcl  (tool  command language) is an embeddable scripting language
and Tk is a graphical user interface toolkit based on Tcl.  It is
the components used in many  other  software packages, and it has
lots of extension for many different purposes (look at  following
pages         for         more         information).          WWW
http://www.cis.rl.ac.uk/proj/TclTk/,                          WWW
http://apollo.wu-wien.ac.at/usr/edvz/sima/tcl/,               WWW
http://www.sunlabs.com:80/research/tcl/

Python    is   an   interpreted,   interactive,   object-oriented
programming language.  It is often  compared to Tcl, Perl, Scheme
or Java.   Python  combines  remarkable  power  with  very  clear
syntax.   It  has  modules,  classes, exceptions, very high level
dynamic data types, and dynamic  typing.  There are interfaces to
many system calls and libraries, as well as to various  windowing
systems (X11, Motif, Tk, Mac, MFC, STDWIN).  New built-in modules
are  easily  written in in C or C++.  Python is also usable as an
extension language  for  applications  that  need  a programmable
interface.  WWW http://www.python.org/python/

Eiffel is an advanced object-oriented programming  language  that
emphasizes  the  design  and  construction  of  high-quality  and
reusable    software.    Implementations   on   Linux   available
(shareware).   See  following  link  for  more  information.  WWW
http://arachnid.cs.cf.ac.uk/CLE/.  There is also  a  free  Eiffel
compiler  for linux, SmallEiffel, which includes compiler, pretty
printer,           finder.             ftp           ftp.loria.fr
/pub/loria/genielog/SmallEiffel

Smalltalk is  a  popular  object-oriented  programming  language.
Smalltalk  is  different  from  other  languages  not only in its
syntax (the parts of the language  and how they go together), but
in  its  whole  philosophy  of  programming.    Few   programming
languages  are  as  interactive  as  Smalltalk.  Fewer still make
nearly all their source-code  visible  to the programmer on-line.
This combination of features makes Smalltalk very powerful.   WWW
http://www.oti.com/jeffspg/smaltalk.htm.          Implementations
available  for  Linux are: Smalltalk/X , Smalltalk/X is a new and
complete implementation of the Smalltalk language and consists of
both an  integrated  environment  for  program  development AND a
standalone smalltalk compiler, generating true machine code.  WWW
http://www.informatik.uni-stuttgart.de/stx/stx.html

GNU Smalltalk.  WWW ftp prep.ai.mit.edu /pub/gnu/

Rexx is a procedural programming language  that  allows  programs
and  algorithms  to be written in a clear and structured way.  It
is easy to use by experts  and casual users alike.  Rexx has been
designed to make easy the manipulation of the kinds  of  symbolic
objects that people normally deal with such as words and numbers.
WWW
http://www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/users/ian.collier/Rexx/index.html.
Following implementations are know to work on Linux:

Regina  is  an  implementation  of  the REXX language, running on
almost all the UNIX platforms,  Digital Equipment's DEC VMS, OS/2
and MS-DOS.  WWW http://wwwcn.cern.ch/regina/Welcome.regina

REXX/imc.    Another   REXX   implementation   on   UNIX.     WWW
http://www.comlab.ox.ac.uk/oucl/users/ian.collier/Rexx/tarfiles.html.
And a commercial one S/REXX.

STk  is  a  R4RS  Scheme  interpreter  which can access to the Tk
graphical package.  It can  be  seen  as the John Ousterhout's Tk
package where the Tcl language has been replaced by Scheme.   ftp
cs.nyu.edu /pub/local/fox/stk/

Perl  is an interpreted language optimized for scanning arbitrary
text files, extracting  information  from  those  text files, and
printing reports based on that information.   It's  also  a  good
language  for  many  system  management  tasks.   The language is
intended to  be  practical  (easy  to  use,  efficient, complete)
rather than beautiful (tiny, elegant, minimal).  It combines  (in
the  author's  opinion,  anyway)  some of the best features of C,
sed, awk, and sh, so  people familiar with those languages should
have      little       difficulty       with       it.        WWW
http://www.perl.com/perl/index.html.     Perl    has    following
extensions:

Perl/Tk (also known as pTk or ptk) is a collection of modules and
code  that  attempts  to  wed  the  easily configured Tk 4 widget
toolkit to the  powerful  lexigraphic,  dynamic  memory, I/O, and
object-oriented capabilities of Perl 5. In other words, it is  an
interpreted  scripting  language  for making widgets and programs
with     Graphical      User      Interfaces      (GUI).      WWW
http://w4.lns.cornell.edu/~pvhp/ptk/ptkFAQ.html

PerlDL (perl Data Language) gives standard perl  the  ability  to
COMPACTLY  store  and SPEEDILY manipulate the large N-dimensional
data  arrays  which  are  the  bread  and  butter  of  scientific
computing.   The  idea  is   to   turn   perl   in  to  a,  free,
array-oriented,  numerical  language  in  the   same   sense   as
commerical  packages  like  IDL and MatLab.  One can write simple
perl expressions to  manipulate  entire  numerical  arrays all at
once.  WWW http://www.aao.gov.au/local/www/kgb/perldl/

NetCDFPerl is a perl extension module for scientific data  access
via            the           NetCDF           API.            WWW
http://www.unidata.ucar.edu/packages/netcdf-perl/

Oberon  is  both  a  programming  language  in  the Pascal-Modula
tradition and a modern operating system for single-user  personal
workstations.   Its  highlights  are: * an integrated and modular
programming environment and * a versatile textual user interface.
WWW http://ics.inf.ethz.ch/Oberon.html.  What's also available on
Linux  are:   JACOB   (Just   A   Compiler   for  Oberon-2),  WWW
http://user.cs.tu- berlin.de/~sepp/jacob.html

Guile.  The GNU Extension Language  (Guile)  is  a  package  that
includes  an  embeddable  Scheme  interpreter,  several  graphics
options,  other  languages  that can be used along with Scheme, a
formalism for  applets,  and  hooks  for  much  more.   The Guile
project originated out of the dissatisfaction of some with Tcl as
an extension language, and was designed and built to overcome the
perceived     limitations     of     that     language.       WWW
http://nis-www.lanl.gov/~rosalia/mydocs/guile-user_toc.html

SWIG  is  a  program development tool designed to make it easy to
build scripting  language  interfaces  to  C/C++  programs.  It's
primary audience is scientists, engineers,  and  programmers  who
would like to use a scripting language, but who would rather work
on  more interesting problems than figuring out all of the grungy
details of extending their  favorite  scripting language or using
an overly complicated  programming  tool.   Supported  Languages:
Tcl/Tk,   incr   Tcl,   Python,  Perl5,  Perl4,  Guile-iii.   WWW
http://www.cs.utah.edu/~beazley/SWIG/

YACL (Yet Another  Class  Library)  is  a  C++ class library that
offers high-level abstractions for common  programming  problems.
Its  class  protocols are designed to: * be application-centered,
i.e., represent concepts close to those needed by the programmer,
thus making  programming  using  them  significantly  easier than
otherwise * make good use of C++ facilities (operator overloading
and templates in particular) to minimize the  amount  of  code  a
programmer   must   write  *  provide  adequate  hooks  for  easy
extensibility, WWW http://www.cs.sc.edu/~sridhar/yacl.html

MPI is a new  library specification for message-passing (parallel
programming), proposed as a standard by a broadly based committee
of     vendors,      implementors,      and      users.       WWW
http://www.mcs.anl.gov:80/mpi/     WWW    http://www.osc.edu/mpi/
includes available MPI Implementatons,  both free and commercial.
Implementations available for Linux are:

MPICH.   A  Portable  Implementation  of   MPI   (Message-Passing
Interface).   MPI is a standard specification for message-passing
libraries.  MPICH is a  portable  implementation  of the full MPI
specification  for  a  wide   variety   of   parallel   computing
environments,   including   workstation  clusters  and  massively
parallel            processors            (MPPs).             WWW
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/home/lusk/mpich/index.html

LAM (Local Area Multicomputer)  is an MPI programming environment
and development system for heterogeneous computers on a  network.
With  LAM,  a  dedicated cluster or an existing network computing
infrastructure can  act  as  one  parallel  computer  solving one
problem.  WWW http://www.osc.edu/Lam/lam.html

CHIMP.   Another  freely  available  MPI   implementation.    ftp
ftp.epcc.ed.ac.uk /pub/chimp/release/

PVM  (Parallel  Virtual Machine) is a freely-available, portable,
message-passing library  generally  implemented  on  top  of UNIX
sockets.  Although PVM is the de-facto  standard  message-passing
library,  MPI (Message Passing Interface) in previous item is the
official              standard              now.              WWW
http://www.epm.ornl.gov/pvm/pvm_home.html

Para++ -- 2.0 -- Sep/96.  The aim of Para++  is  to  provide  C++
bindings to use any message passing library.  With it, the use of
Message  Passing  libraries  is  simplified  and more attractive,
without significant  performances  lost.   To ensure portability,
Para++ is fully implemented with PVM and MPI, so that you can run
the same Para++ program on both message passing  libraries.   WWW
http://www.loria.fr/para++/

PADE   --   1.4   --   30/Nov/95.   PADE  (Parallel  Applications
Development Environment) from The National Institute of Standards
and Technology (NIST),  is  a  flexible, customizable environment
for  developing  parallel  applications  that  use  the  Parallel
Virtual Machine (PVM) message-passing library.   It  provides  an
integrated  framework for all phases of development of a parallel
application:  editing,  compilation,  execution,  debugging,  and
performance monitoring.  PADE consists  of an intuitive graphical
user  interface,  a  suite  of  PVM  utilities,   and   extensive
documentation  in  PostScript,  ASCII,  and  HTML  formats.  PADE
requires X-windows, Tcl 7.3/Tk 3.6,  and PVM software in order to
run  on  the  development  host  of  the  virtual  machine.   ftp
gams.nist.gov /pub/pade

BSPlib -- 0.6beta.  BSPlib  is  a  parallel  programming  library
based  on  the Bulk Synchronous Parallel (BSP) programming model.
BSPlib is  implemented  and  distributed  under  the  name of the
Oxford    BSP    Toolset    and    Profiling     system.      WWW
http://www.bsp-worldwide.org/implmnts/tool06b.htm for sources and
binaries.    WWW  http://pegasus.cc.ucf.edu/~dsd75511  for  Linux
specific release.

Linux  Parallel  Processing  HOWTO.   This  document  provides an
overview of how to use multiple processors to speed-up  execution
of  an individual program.  Use of SMP Linux systems, clusters of
networked  Linux  systems,  and  attached  (parallel)  processors
hosted     by     Linux,      are     all     discussed.      WWW
http://yara.ecn.purdue.edu/~pplinux/pphowto.html

Beowulf is a project to produce the  software  for  off-the-shelf
parellel   clustered  workstation  based  on  commodity  PC-class
hardware    and    the     Linux     operating    system.     WWW
http://cesdis.gsfc.nasa.gov/linux-web/beowulf/beowulf.html

Generic NQS is one of the world's leading freely-available  batch
processing  systems.   Based  on  the de facto NQS standards, and
inter-operable with commercial NQS products, Generic NQS combines
important features such  as  cluster-wide dynamic scheduling with
robustness, ease of installation, and availability across a large
number of UNIX-like platforms,  including  System  5  Release  4,
Linux, and BSD 4.3.  WWW http://www.shef.ac.uk/~nqs/

ARCH is an object-oriented library of tools for (asynchronous and
loosely  synchronous  system)  parallel  programming  on machines
using the MPI communication library.  It offers a set of flexible
programming  constructs  for  parallel  software  development for
asynchronous and loosely synchronous system programming, creating
the illusion of shared memory  on  distributed  memory  machines.
ARCH  allows  the  distribution of arrays as well as user-defined
data  structures  such   as   pointers   to   remote  data.   ftp
ftp.tc.cornell.edu /pub/ARCH/

LPARX parallel programming  system  provides  efficient  run-time
support  for dynamic, non-uniform scientific calculations running
on MIMD distributed  memory  architectures.   It  is intended for
particle methods and adaptive multilevel finite different methods
such  as  adaptive  mesh  refinement.   LPARX  applications   are
portable  across a diversity of parallel platforms, including the
Intel Paragon, IBM SP2,  Thinking  Machines  CM-5, Cray C-90, and
networks   of    workstations    running    under    PVM.     WWW
http://alchemy.ucsd.edu/skohn/lparx.html

PGAPack  is  a  general-purpose, data-structure-neutral, parallel
genetic  algorithm  library.   It  is  intended  to  provide most
capabilities desired  in  a  genetic  algorithm  library,  in  an
integrated,  seamless, and portable manner.  (Debian distribution
has                           it.).                           WWW
http://www.mcs.anl.gov/home/levine/PGAPACK/index.html

Mentat is an object-oriented parallel processing system  designed
to    directly    address    the    difficulty    of   developing
architecture-independent  parallel   programs.   The  fundamental
objectives of Mentat are to (1) provide easy-to-use  parallelism,
(2)  achieve  high  performance  via  parallel execution, and (3)
facilitate the execution of  applications  across a wide range of
platforms.  The  Mentat  approach  exploits  the  object-oriented
paradigm to provide high-level abstractions that mask the complex
aspects   of   parallel   programming,  including  communication,
synchronization, and scheduling, from the programmer.  Instead of
managing  these  details,  the  programmer  concentrates  on  the
application.  The programmer uses application domain knowledge to
specify those object classes that are of sufficient computational
complexity     to     warrant     parallel     execution.     WWW
http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~mentat/index.html

PACT -- 20/Jul/95 (Portable Application Code Toolkit) is a set of
libraries and utilities to facilitate the development of portable
software  systems.   It  has  a  bias   toward   scientific   and
engineering applications especially in terms of the data handling
services.       ftp      phoenix.ocf.llnl.gov      /pub,      WWW
http://www.llnl.gov/def_sci/pact/pact_homepage.html

Cilk  is  an  algorithmic multithreaded language.  The philosophy
behind  Cilk  is   that   a   programmer  should  concentrate  on
structuring  his  program  to  expose  parallelism  and   exploit
locality,  leaving  the runtime system with the responsibility of
scheduling  the  computation  to   run  efficiently  on  a  given
platform.  Thus, the Cilk runtime system takes  care  of  details
like load balancing, paging, and communication protocols.  Unlike
other  multithreaded  languages,  however, Cilk is algorithmic in
that  runtime   system   guarantees   efficient  and  predictable
performance.  WWW http://theory.lcs.mit.edu/~cilk/

Clean.  Concurrent Clean is a general purpose, higher order, pure
and lazy functional programming language for the  development  of
sequential,  parallel  and  distributed  real world applications.
WWW http://www.cs.kun.nl/~clean/

CLIPS (C Language Integrated  Production  System) is a productive
development and delivery expert  system  tool  which  provides  a
complete  environment  for the construction of rule and/or object
based expert systems.  CLIPS  is  being  used by over 5,000 users
throughout the public and private community including:  all  NASA
sites  and  branches  of  the military, numerous federal bureaus,
government contractors, universities,  and many companies.  Note,
CLIPS 6.0 is available at no cost only for use on NASA  projects.
It      is      available      commercially      through      WWW
http://www.cosmic.uga.edu/pub/CLIPS.html    ftp    ftp.cs.cmu.edu
/user/ai/areas/expert/systems/clips/0.html

Icon  is  a  very high level general-purpose programming language
with extensive features  for  processing  strings (text) and data
structures.  Icon is an imperative, procedural  language  with  a
syntax that is reminiscent of C and Pascal, but its semantics are
at   a   much   higher   level   than   those   languages.    WWW
http://www.cs.arizona.edu/icon/www/index.html

ILU.    The   Inter-Language   Unification   system  (ILU)  is  a
multi-language object  interface  system.   The object interfaces
provided  by  ILU  hide   implementation   distinctions   between
different   languages,  between  different  address  spaces,  and
between  operating  system  types.   ILU  can  be  used  to build
multi-lingual object-oriented libraries ("class libraries")  with
well-specified  language-independent  interfaces.  It can also be
used to implement distributed  systems.   It  can also be used to
define  and  document   interfaces   between   the   modules   of
non-distributed  programs.   ILU  interfaces  can be specified in
either the OMG's CORBA  Interface  Definition Language (OMG IDL),
or  ILU's  Interface  Specification  Language  (ISL).   ILU   2.0
supports  the  programming languages C++, ANSI C, and Python, and
will  support  Java  and  Common  Lisp.   ftp  ftp.parc.xerox.com
/pub/ilu/ilu.html

DFKI OZ  --  1.0.   The  Programming  Systems  Lab  of the German
Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) is pleased  to
announce   the   release   of   DFKI   Oz   1.0,  an  interactive
compiler-based  implementation  of   Oz.    Oz  is  a  concurrent
constraint programming language designed  for  applications  that
require complex symbolic computations, organization into multiple
agents,  and  soft  real-time  control.   It  is  based  on a new
computation model providing a uniform foundation for higher-order
functional  programming,   constraint   logic   programming,  and
concurrent objects with multiple  inheritance.   From  functional
languages  Oz  inherits  full  compositionality,  and  from logic
languages Oz inherits logic  variables and constraints (including
feature  and  finite  domain  constraints).   Search  in  Oz   is
encapsulated  (no  backtracking)  and  includes one, best and all
solution   strategies.    WWW   http://www.ps.uni-sb.de/oz/,  ftp
ps-ftp.dfki.uni- sb.de /pub/oz/

Objective Caml.  Objective Caml is an implementation of the  Caml
dialect  of  ML  extended with class-based objects and a powerful
module system in the style of SML's.  It continues the Caml Light
effort  in   many   ways   (separate   compilation,   low  memory
requirements, fast turnaround through  bytecode  interpretation),
but  also  significantly  departs from Caml Light on other points
(the  module   calculus   and   a   high-performance  native-code
compiler).  WWW http://pauillac.inria.fr/ocaml/

GOMscript is an interpreter  for  an  object-oriented,  C++-like,
language.   It  features  built-  in basic types such as strings,
integers, bools  and  aggregates  such  as  lists,  sequences and
unions.   The  latter  3  types  are  implemented  using   shared
libraries  (VBXs)  and  their implementation may be overridden by
the user.  There is 1  main  VBX for manipulation of Corba (DSOM)
and X.700 (CCI) instances (class 'GomObj').   Control  statements
such as for- and while-loops as well as branch-statements such as
if-then-else      are      implemented      as     well.      WWW
http://www.zurich.ibm.com/~bba/gomscript.html

Programmer's Reusable Library (PRL)  --  0.7 -- 02/Dec/95.  Seven
g77-callable  libraries  for  POSIX-interfacing,  F77  data  type
operations, 2D/3D graphics incl hidden-line  surface  plots,  and
world  mapping.   Graphics  is  conceptually  similar  to DISSPLA
except PRL strives  to  be  be object-based.  ftp sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/devel/lang/fortran, WWW http://www.iah.com/oa

plusFORT --  5.04  --  20/Sep/95.   An  Intel  Linux  version  of
plusFORT,    the    Fortran   programmers'   toolkit.    Includes
retructuring,  static  analysis  (including  interactive access),
beautifier,  declaration  standardiser,  AUTOMAKE.   Accepts  VAX
Fortran  and  other  extensions.   This  version  is   free   for
educational    and    academic    use.     ftp    sunsite.unc.edu
/pub/Linux/devel/fortran (look for linuxpf.*)

DOC++  is  a  documentation system for C++ generating both, LaTeX
output  for  high   quality   hardcopies   and  HTML  output  for
sophisticated online browsing of your  documentation.   And  this
comes    directly    from    your    C++   header   files.    WWW
http://www.ZIB-Berlin.DE/VisPar/doc++/doc++.html

The  Web  Wanderer's  List  of  Linux  Applications:  Programming
Languages                      Section.                       WWW
http://www.xnet.com/~blatura/linapp4.html#lang
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