Fiona is a tool to automatically analyze the interactional behavior of a given oWFN. It provides two techniques: it checks for the controllability of the given net by computing the interactiong graph and it calculates the operating guideline for the net.
It draws the Newton fractal of any given complex-variable function.
calculates the Levenshtein-Distance of two strings.
see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein_distance (english) and: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levenshtein-Distanz (deutsch)
The multipath performance of a given signal/receiver combination depends on various signal and receiver parameters like signal type/modulation scheme pre correlation bandwidth and filter characteristics, chipping rate of code ,relative power...
This m-file returns the angle in decimals of degrees of the cross product of two vectors. Both vectors must be of 3 elements.
Syntax: function anxp(A,B)
Inputs: A and B - vectors must be of 3 elements.
The stats toolbox provides a function to calculate the geometric mean of an array, but a function for the geometric standard deviation is oddly missing.
Here is a function to fill that void, with no toolbox required.
The...
The subroutine returns a spline which represents the jth derivative of a given spline as produced by mkpp. It is based on the Mathworks solution found at: http://www.mathworks.com/support/solutions...html?product=ML
S=MINKSUM(A,B) produces the Minkowski sum of two sets A and B in Euclidean space, the result being the addition of every element of A to every element of B. [S,D]=MINKSUM(A,B) returns the Minkowski sum S, and also the multiplicity of...
ezMySQL can read and display the list of tables and their fields, as well the stored procedures of a given MySQL database.
The code of a given procedure can also be created, updated, dropped or listed.
quadGT is a software package for the joint genotyping of two parents, childaâ‚¬â„¢s normal genome and childaâ‚¬â„¢s tumor genome based on sequencing reads aligned to a reference genome.
pgdiff is a utility which compares the table definitions of two databases, and returns the differences as PostgreSQL commands which will transform the structure of the first database to be identical to that of the second (c.f. diff and patch).
Software Monitoring is designed to monitor the running state of a given software,including the state of the processes,the functions,the threads and so on.This will help improve the credibility of the software.
A Chronometer component that let you calculate the time elapsed between two events even if they do not happen the same day.
This is an online calculator and downloadable software for webmasters. It will calculate the difference between two dates and times and display them in various ways selected by the user. For example it can show the difference as "7 years 2...
Pads any amount of images each to power-of-two dimensions, useful for OpenGL programming.
This function detects and locates the time points of action potentials in a trace of membrane potential as a function of time in a neuron. The trace should represent a current clamp recording from a neuron.
Input: ...
The attitude kinematics of a rigid body is simulated with this functional library block. This block is intended for simulation (academic) purposes, where the time history of the attitude in term of Rodrigues Parameters is provided. See [1] for...
The dynamics of the rotational motion of a rigid body is simulated with this functional library block. This block is intended for simulation (academic) purposes, where the time history of the angular velocity vector is provided.
This...
Time Span includes is a JavaScript that supports two counting tools such as time elapsed and time difference. In time elapsed you can calculate how much time has elapsed since a given date to the current date. For e.g. the time elapsed from your...
Learn how to calculate the difference between two dates in JavaScript, and in the process, derive some useful applications such as counting down to a particular event, counting up, displaying what's new on your page etc. |