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Mathematical classes.
Last Release on May 27, 2020
Sirix is a versioned, treebased storage system. It provides an ID-less diff-algorithm to import differences between two versions. Furthermore an ID-based diff-algorithm facilitates the comparison of versions stored within Sirix. A GUI with several visualizations for comparing these versions visually is available to aid an analyst. Versions are stored using well known versioning strategies (full, incremental, differential). The architecture is especially well suited for flash-disks because of a ...
Last Release on Jan 4, 2020
Bundle to Store XML
Last Release on Dec 17, 2013
Continued fraction with the denominators n in ℤ*.
Last Release on May 15, 2015
Tests package for binary resources.
Last Release on May 26, 2020
Access Forex trading via the Oanda REST API.
Last Release on Oct 3, 2016
Sirix is a versioned, treebased storage system. It provides an ID-less diff-algorithm to import differences between two versions (currently XML-documents). Furthermore an ID-based diff-algorithm facilitates the comparison of versions stored within Sirix. A GUI with several visualizations for comparing these versions visually is available to aid an analyst. Versions are stored using well known versioning strategies (full, incremental, differential). The architecture is especially well suited for ...
Last Release on Sep 27, 2012


Sirix is a temporal storage system effectively and efficiently storing snapshots of time varying (currently semi-structured) data taking full advantage of flash based drives as for instance SSDs. We not only provide several ways of navigating the tree-structure of a single revision, we also support navigation in time. Furthermore we provide a novel storage technique called sliding snapshot to circumvent intermitant full dump snapshots to fast track their in-memory reconstruction and thus we avoiding ...
Last Release on Jul 30, 2019

9. POM

org.jscsi » pomBSD

jSCSI is a feature-complete iSCSI implementation in Java only. Platform-independent and fast, jSCSI represents a premium example how low-level protocols can be pushed to higher levels. jSCSI contains a server (target), a client (initiator) and common classes to work with the protocol.
Last Release on Jan 22, 2018