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Propel is an object persistence and query service -- which means that Propel provides a system for storing objects to a database and a system for searching for and restoring the objects from the database. Propel enables you to perform complex queries and database manipulations without writing a single SQL clause.
PBS Cluster Viz is a project to display information useful to admins and users about a computing cluster managed by a PBS-compatible resource manager. Information includes load and job distribution.
PBS Job Seer is a program which analyses the state of a PBS/Maui batch system and automatically generates a batch script for MPI jobs which would then be able to start immediately.
Mission:SerraAboutThis is a simple, 1-level FPS video game using the Torque 1.5 game engine for Windows. This is to be used for personal enjoyment or as a primer for using the Torque engine. Most of the textures and models used in this game were taken from free-use or limited-use websites on ... [More]
OpenPBS Or Torque Java bindings to the PBS C API. The idea is to use the Java stack to build schedulers, meta schedulers, web services that interfaces with the PBS resource management system.
My accepted Master's Project from the Digital Media program at Georgia Tech. Built in Processing, this program is designed to take input from a number of controllers (including custom-built controllers) and broadcast bone rotations over UDP to a variety of 3D Game Engines. In addition to ... [More]
The objective of this project is build a car racing style videogame (starter kit) using script for the Torque Game Engine of Garagegames inc.
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