On this server you'll find various opensource projects founded and managed by me (Christoph
Rüegg). Most projects are written
in C# for Microsoft .NET, but I'll also include non-.NET projects if appropriate.
Have a look at my Licensing page with more details about
what you actually can do with my stuff.
My Opensource .Net Projects:
Math.NET Library - C# for .Net
2.0 - Opensource, LGPL License
Math.NET is an open source mathematics initiative, aimin to provide self
contained clean frameworks and toolkits written in C#/.Net for scientific numeric computations
like linear algebra, probability theory & random distributions, statistics,
integral transforms and special functions, as well as signal processing, computer
algebra and symbolic systems. Math.NET targets both Microsoft .Net and the open
Mono platform, supporting Windows, Linux and Mac OSX.
NeuroBox Library - C# for .Net
2.0 - Opensource, GPL License
NeuroBox is an object oriented .Net library written in C# to generate, propagate and train complex
neuronal networks with technologies like backpropagation, using weight decay, momentum
term, manhattan training, flatspot elimination and others.
Some building blocks simplify using NeuroBox in practice, for example in pattern
Socket.NET Library - C# & C++/CLI for .Net 2.0 - Opensource, LGPL License
Socket.NET provides object oriented raw network sockets for Ethernet based on the
WinPcap driver (also works on XP SP2, that itself does not provide raw sockets anymore),
plus a toolbox for handling some standard protocols in a common low-level way. Practical
uses include low-level network analysis, network security tasks, special purpose
packet-level protocol implementation/prototyping as well as experimental studies
(like ghost communication), but it does NOT support filtering as required for designing
ThreadMessaging.NET is a small library framework written in C# for advanced transparent
interthread and interprocess (also remote) messaging and communication in the .NET
World and provides safe implementations of various messaging and data flow structures.
Some of my other projects:
- Java - Opensource, GPL License
Evolution simulation (cellular automata) with plants, vegetarians and carnivoires.
The board instanciates an amount of those automata objects, making them move, abscond
and reproduce themselfs in account of a set of rules. Depending on the given conditions
(initial state, parameters, board size) the simulation leads to several interesting
stable and unstable populations. The project was led by Prof. Christian Hafner within
the scope of a seminar at ETH Zurich.