|This project consists of six components:
- Mathos Core Library – a .NET Framework library written in C#, which contains algorithms for a wide range of mathematical calculations
- Mathos Parser – a mathematical expression parser, which allows you to parser any kinds of expressions. Currently three versions: Parser, PCL compliant parser and CIL Parser.
- Mathos Laboratory – some of the features of Mathos Core Library implemented into an ASP.NET application.
- Mathos Parser Web App – an implementation of Mathos Parser into an ASP.NET application, with many pre-built commands.
- Mathos Core Library Interpreter – Iron Ruby based Mathos Core Library Interpreter is a way to allow non-programmers to easily access the computation power of Mathos Core Library.
Mathos Language – a language that is is to be based on Mathos Core Library (currently in dev.) [currently not being developed]
|The idea behind this project is to construct a collection of interesting and useful topics in the form of a book. It’s currently hosted on GitHub (see here) and is written in TeX. The goals and current tasks can be found in the README.MD.
|This project consists of two main components:
- Serial Key Generating Library(SKGL) – a library for key generation and key validation that allows you to store information like creation date, expiration date, features, and an ID.
- Software Protector – this is a graphical user interface for SKGL, which simplifies the usage of the library
- Serial Key Manager – an ASP.NET application that allows you to store your generated keys with an account.
|The primary aim of this project is to encourage students (high school) to explore computer science and mathematics and promote an interest for these subjects. To make the biggest impact, our goal is to focus on a local level, that is at Katedralskolan, Uppsala, but our mission is open to any student!
You can find more projects that I have created at old.artemlos.net!