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dbvolution10 from group nz.co.gregs (version 0.9.2)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The queries performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz.

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Artifact dbvolution10
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 0.9.2
Last update 21. August 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization Gregory Graham
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Commercial License
Dependencies amount 27
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time, simmetrics-core, jtds, mssql-jdbc, annotations, jsr305, jackson-dataformat-yaml, jackson-databind, jbcrypt, commons-lang3, commons-crypto, compiler,
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pyrolite from group net.razorvine (version 4.30)

This library allows your Java program to interface very easily with the Python world. It uses the Pyro protocol to call methods on remote objects. (See https://github.com/irmen/Pyro4). To that end, it also contains and uses a feature complete pickle protocol implementation -read and write- to exchange data with Pyro/Python. Pyrolite only implements part of the client side Pyro library, hence its name 'lite'... But because Pyrolite has no dependencies, it is a much lighter way to use Pyro from Java/.NET than a solution with jython+pyro or IronPython+Pyro would provide. So if you don't need Pyro's full feature set, and don't require your Java/.NET code to host Pyro objects itself, Pyrolite may be a good choice to connect java or .NET and python. (More info about Pyro itself: https://pyro4.readthedocs.io/ ) Version 4.30 changes: Support for unpickling protocol 5 pickles with out-of-band buffers (Python 3.8)

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Artifact pyrolite
Group net.razorvine
Version 4.30
Last update 21. June 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL https://github.com/irmen/Pyrolite
License MIT License
Dependencies amount 1
Dependencies serpent,
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dbvolution7 from group nz.co.gregs (version 1.0.0)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The queries performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz.

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Artifact dbvolution7
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 1.0.0
Last update 27. May 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization Gregory Graham
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Commercial License
Dependencies amount 26
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time, simmetrics-core, jtds, mssql-jdbc, annotations, jsr305, jackson-dataformat-yaml, jackson-databind, jbcrypt, commons-lang3, commons-crypto,
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preferredlistgen from group au.net.zeus.jgdms.tools (version 3.1.0)

Tool used to generate the preferred class information for downloadable JAR files in the form of a META-INF/PREFERRED.LIST required for use by the {@link net.jini.loader.pref.PreferredClassLoader}. The list is generated by examining the dependencies of classes contained within a target JAR file and zero or more additional supporting JAR files. Through various command-line options, a set of "root" classes are identified as belonging to a public API. These root classes provide the starting point for recursively computing a dependency graph, finding all of the classes referenced in the public API of the root classes, finding all of the classes referenced in turn by the public API of those classes, and so on, until no new classes are found. The results of the dependency analysis are combined with the preferred list information in the additional supporting JAR files to compute a preferred list having the smallest number of entries that describes the preferred state of the classes and resources contained in all of the JAR files. The output of the tool is a new version of the target JAR file containing the generated preferred list, and/or a copy of the list printed to System.out.

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Group au.net.zeus.jgdms.tools
Version 3.1.0
Last update 04. January 2019
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL Not specified
License not specified
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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algorithms from group de.cit-ec.tcs.alignment (version 3.1.1)

This module defines the interface for AlignmentAlgorithms as well as some helper classes. An AlignmentAlgorithm computes an Alignment of two given input sequences, given a Comparator that works in these sequences. More details on the AlignmentAlgorithm can be found in the respective interface. More information on Comparators can be found in the comparators module. The resulting 'Alignment' may be just a real-valued dissimilarity between the input sequence or may incorporate additional information, such as a full Alignment, a PathList, a PathMap or a CooptimalModel. If those results support the calculation of a Gradient, they implement the DerivableAlignmentDistance interface. In more detail, the Alignment class represents the result of a backtracing scheme, listing all Operations that have been applied in one co-optimal Alignment. A classic AlignmentAlgorithm does not result in a differentiable dissimilarity, because the minimum function is not differentiable. Therefore, this package also contains utility functions for a soft approximation of the minimum function, namely Softmin. For faster (parallel) computation of many different alignments or gradients we also provide the ParallelProcessingEngine, the SquareParallelProcessingEngine and the ParallelGradientEngine.

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Artifact algorithms
Group de.cit-ec.tcs.alignment
Version 3.1.1
Last update 26. October 2018
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://openresearch.cit-ec.de/projects/tcs
License The GNU Affero General Public License, Version 3
Dependencies amount 3
Dependencies comparators, parallel, lombok,
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comparators from group de.cit-ec.tcs.alignment (version 3.1.1)

This module defines the interfaces for Comparators in the TCS Alignment Toolbox. A Comparator has the purpose of defining the dissimilarity between elements in the input sequences of an Alignment. More specific information on Comparators can be found in the 'Comparator' interface. You can find a lot of helpful standard implementations of Comparators in the comparators-lib module. In the TCS Alignment Toolbox we require the output values of Comparators to lie in the range [0,1]. Many natural dissimilarities on value sets do not meet this criterion, such that additional normalization has to be applied. To that end this package also contains a Normalizer interface for functions that map real values from the range [0, infinity) to the range [0,1]. This package also provides a few convenience implementations of the Comparator interface to make the implementation of custom Comparators simpler, namely: SkipExtendedComparator, ParameterLessSkipExtendedComparator, ComparisonBasedSkipExtendedComparator, and ParameterLessComparisonBasedSkipExtendedComparator. Finally the TCS Alignment Toolbox also provides the means to learn parameters of Comparators. To enable that Comparators must implement the DerivableComparator interface to properly define the parameters that can be learned and the gradient of the dissimilarity with respect to these parameters. Gradients are stored using the Gradient interface as well as some convenience implementations of said interface, namely EmptyGradient, SingletonGradient, ArrayGradient and ListGradient.

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Artifact comparators
Group de.cit-ec.tcs.alignment
Version 3.1.1
Last update 26. October 2018
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://openresearch.cit-ec.de/projects/tcs
License The GNU Affero General Public License, Version 3
Dependencies amount 1
Dependencies lombok,
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dbvolution from group nz.co.gregs (version 1.0.5)

Advanced Library to Remove Object Relational Impedance. DBvolution translates all database concepts into Object Oriented concepts, allowing you to spend all your time writing Java rather than fixing broken and awkward SQL. DBvolution transforms your schema into classes, reduces the database configuration to sparse annotations on the classes, and allows querying directly from the classes. Queries are created inside your java code and takes as little as one line for a multi-table outer join. Retrieving the rows from the query is only one more method call. Dozens of SQL functions are available without leaving your Java code and use chaining to build complex expressions easily. Transactions are encapsulated into a thread-like API, allowing you to write complex database interactions in complete safety. The actions performed by DBvolution are always available for debugging and checking by DBAs before release. There are examples in nz.co.gregs.dbvolution.examples, and documentation at http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz and http://sourceforge.net/p/dbvolution/blog/

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Artifact dbvolution
Group nz.co.gregs
Version 1.0.5
Last update 18. August 2018
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://dbvolution.gregs.co.nz
License Non-commercial License
Dependencies amount 16
Dependencies mysql-connector-java, h2, mysql-connector-mxj, postgresql, reflections, commons-logging, dbvolution-eclipse, jung-visualization, jung-graph-impl, sqlite-jdbc, commons-codec, nuodb-jdbc, derby, derbyclient, jts, joda-time,
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groupdocs-signature from group com.groupdocs (version 18.4)

GroupDocs.Signature for Java allows developers to write applications with ability to significantly sign electronic docs and verify them. Signatures can be of different types. API supports multitude of file formats and includes Pdf, Microsoft Office documents, Open Office formats, PowerPoint presentations, Images etc. The quite captivating fact about the API is, its UI less and independent calls can be made. It also provides a useful features to verify signed documents with stored signatures. Signature Types: - Text Signature - Image Signature - Digital Signature - Barcode Signature - QR-Code Signature - Stamp Signature Verification Types: - Text Signature - Digital Signature - Barcode Signature - QR-Code Signature For more details on the library, please visit GroupDocs website at: http://groupdocs.com/products/signature/java Note: The library comes up with some limitations in the evaluation mode. In order to test full features of GroupDocs.Signature for Java library, please request a free 30-day temporary license.

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Artifact groupdocs-signature
Group com.groupdocs
Version 18.4
Last update 09. April 2018
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL https://www.groupdocs.com/products/signature
License GroupDocs License, Version 1.0
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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Janet-Sudoku from group org.mariuszgromada.math (version 1.1.1)

Janet Sudoku is a powerful Sudoku Generator and Sudoku Solver library for Java (since jdk 1.5) Android .NET (since 2.0) MONO CLS compliant. Additionally library delivers Janet Sudoku Demo App implementation in a simple form of command line tool, yet highly functional. 1. Sudoku Generator - generate Sudoku puzzles using variety of different methods. 2. Sudoku Solver - Solve any Sudoku puzzle, get the path leading to the correct solution. Check whether unique solution exists. Find all solutions if more than one present. Analyse many built-in examples of Sudoku puzzles or load any other. 3. Manipulate the board by applying transformations not affecting solution existence (i.e. rotation, reflection, permutation, swapping segments, and others). Interact with the library via consisted and well documented API. 4. Janet Sudoku Demo App - use simple, yet highly functional, command line tool to generate, solve evaluate different puzzles.

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Artifact Janet-Sudoku
Group org.mariuszgromada.math
Version 1.1.1
Last update 03. April 2017
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://janetsudoku.mariuszgromada.org/
License Simplified BSD License
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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jburg from group net.sourceforge.jburg (version 1.10.3)

A bottom-up rewrite machine is a compiler construction tool that is often used in the compiler's back end to convert a tree-structured representation of a program into machine code -- or, in Java's case, bytecode. JBurg can also be used as a general-purpose dynamic programming engine. JBurg is descended from iburg-class BURGs, described in Fraser, Hanson, and Proebsting's paper, "Engineering a Simple, Efficient Code Generator Generator." JBurg brings similar O(N) minimum-cost tree rewriting capabilities to Java, and also allows the programmer to specify transitions between non-terminal states, that are significantly more powerful than iburg's transitive closures: JBurg transformation rules allow the transformation to inject additional program logic, which makes a JBurg specification more like a grammar than like a list of pattern-matching rules.

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Artifact jburg
Group net.sourceforge.jburg
Version 1.10.3
Last update 24. February 2016
Newest version Yes
Organization not specified
URL http://jburg.sourceforge.net/
License Common Public License Version 1.0
Dependencies amount 0
Dependencies No dependencies
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