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Accord.NET is a framework for scientific computing in .NET. The framework is comprised of multiple libraries encompassing a wide range of scientific computing applications, such as statistical data processing, machine learning, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, including but not limited to, computer vision and computer audition. The framework offers a large number of probability distributions, hypothesis tests, kernel functions and support for most popular performance measurements techniques. The framework comprises a set of libraries that are available in source code as well as via executable installers and NuGet packages.

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AForge.NET

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AForge.NET is a computer vision and artificial intelligence library originally developed by Andrew Kirillov for the .NET Framework. The source code and binaries of the project are available under the terms of the Lesser GPL and the GPL (GNU General Public License). Another (unaffiliated) project called Accord.NET was created to extend the features of the original AForge.NET library. News Archive I Forum I Documentation

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Godot

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Godot is a game engine which was initially developed for several companies in Latin America before its public release. The development environment runs on Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD and Haiku (both 32 and 64-bit) and can create games targeting PC, mobile and web platforms. The architecture is built around a concept of a tree of nested “scenes”. All game resources, from scripts to graphical assets, are saved as part of the computer’s file system (rather than in a database).

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HandBrake

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HandBrake is a free and open-source video transcoder to convert video from one format to another, and to rip CD/DVD to popular video formats. It transcodes video and audio from nearly any format to a handful of modern ones, but it does not defeat or circumvent copy protection. Its developers removed libdvdcss (the open-source library responsible for unscrambling DVDs encrypted with the Content Scramble System (CSS)) from the application in version 0.

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LightBulb

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LightBulb is a utility that adjusts screen color temperature based on location and time of the day. It reduces eyestrain which may be produced by staring at a computer screen when working late hours. As the day goes on, it continuously adjusts gamma of the screen display, transitioning the display color temperature from cold blue in the afternoon to warm yellow during the night. Its primary objective is to match the color of the screen to the light sources of your surrounding environment - typically, sunlight during the day and artificial light during the night.

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Proton VPN

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Proton VPN is a VPN service that offers a collection of features and a good free subscription option. Features and Pricing: Proton VPN has different subscription plans and features to suit your needs. The free plan offers unlimited bandwidth, no-logs policy, access to servers in five countries, and one VPN connection. It is suitable for basic usage and privacy protection. The premium plan (Proton VPN Plus) offers faster speeds, access to servers in over 70 countries, up to 10 VPN connections, Netshield ad and malware blocker, streaming service support, Secure Core servers, Tor over VPN, and more.

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Rufus

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Rufus is a free and open-source portable application developed by Pete Batard of Akeo Consulting for Microsoft Windows that can be used to format and create bootable USB flash drives or Live USBs. Rufus supports a variety of bootable .iso files, including various Linux distributions and Windows installation .iso files, as well as raw disk image files (including compressed ones). If needed, it can install a bootloader such as SYSLINUX or GRUB onto the flash drive to render it bootable.

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Unity (Game Engine)

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Unity is a cross-platform game engine developed by Unity Technologies. The engine can be used to create three-dimensional, two-dimensional, virtual reality, and augmented reality games, as well as simulations and other experiences. Unity has free and paid licensing options. The free license is for personal use or smaller companies generating less than $100,000 annually, and the subscriptions are based on revenues generated by the games using Unity. Blog I Forum I Devs Q&A I Wiki I Documentation/Manual I Knowledge base/Support I Issue tracker I FAQ I IRC

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