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Emailfinder in java

The following java project contains the java source code and java examples used for emailfinder. scanning websites and there links (set level) for emails and create a file for other programs. search for URL and SearchMachines possible. readme.txt only in german, sorry :-)

Ballbouncer in java

The following java project contains the java source code and java examples used for ballbouncer. This is a multi-threading ball-bouncing program that can bounce at most ten balls simultaneously.you can change the maximum number of balls by going through the source code and changing MAX constant

Mailserver in java

The following java project contains the java source code and java examples used for mailserver. This is the basic structure of the MailServer. It will help you make your own MailServer application.Hope you will like it. You have to read the README file in the MailServer.zip.You have to set path for emailmessages.jar or you can take out the Messages.class ou of the jar file.

Templates for the solution of linear systems in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for templates for the solution of linear systems. This book is written for computational scientists who would like to incorporate state-of-the-art computational methods for solving large sparse systems of linear equations. For a full book description and ordering information, please visit http://www.mathworks.com/support/books/book1433.jsp?category=-1&language=-1

Generate graphs in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for generate graphs. This is a simple tool for generating and visualizing graphs (directed, undirected and undirected random graphs). It is still a working copy -- so please bear with me as I fix bugs.

Aggregated teletraffic models with long range dependence in matlab

The following Matlab project contains the source code and Matlab examples used for aggregated teletraffic models with long range dependence. Simulate and visualize three models for aggregated telecommunications traffic with long-range dependence: superposition of renewal processes, infinite source Poisson (M/G/Infinity) model and integrated sum of on-off processes.

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