31 May 2010
20 May 2010
A Tour through the Visualization Zoo - ACM Queue
Prefuse supports a rich set of features for data modeling, visualization, and interaction. It provides optimized data structures for tables, graphs, and trees, a host of layout and visual encoding techniques, and support for animation, dynamic queries, integrated search, and database connectivity. Prefuse is written in Java, using the Java 2D graphics library, and is easily integrated into Java Swing applications or web applets. Prefuse is licensed under the terms of a BSD license, and can be freely used for both commercial and non-commercial purposes.
14 May 2010
Algorithmic Trading News | Algorithmic Trading Software developers get new high performance computing C-to-FPGA tools | Automated Trader
DRC Computer and Impulse Accelerated Technologies have announced that the Impulse C™-to-FPGA tools have been integrated with the DRC Accelium™ coprocessor card, enabling software engineers to fully access hardware acceleration using familiar C programming methods. This integration provides C-language control of I/O, memory, streams and signals at the hardware level, allowing applications to leverage the high parallelism possible in FPGAs for higher performance.
02 May 2010
Finding Out Where Your Class Files Are | Javalobby
ProtectionDomain protectionDomain = HyenaDesk.class.getProtectionDomain();
File codeLoc = new File(protectionDomain.getCodeSource().getLocation().getFile());