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Here is a tutorial on creating real-time vehicular traffic simulation using SUMO and OpenStreetMap. SUMO stands for Simulation of Urban Mobility. It is designed …

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This article, the last of a four-part series on Scilab, takes a look at LaTeX and syntax highlighting with Scilab. It is aimed at …

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This article offers readers some interesting hacker tips. The tutorial is on upgrading the openSuse 13.2 stock kernel to Linux Kernel 4.x. So go …

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This article discusses various types of plots based on mathematical computations done in Scilab, which is open source software for numerical computation. Seven different …

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Cross-platform, open source numerical computational package, Scilab, can be used for image enhancement, fluid dynamics simulations and numerical optimisation, among other things. When used …

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Here’’s an introduction to Apache Spark, a very fast tool for large scale data processing. Spark is easy to use, and runs on Hadoop …

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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has developed a set of technical standards that allow time-synchronised low latency streaming services through IEEE …

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QGIS is free and open source software for creating, editing, visualising, analysing and publishing geospatial information. It is OS-independent and works on Linux, Windows, …

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Lightweight and simple to use, Watir is a browser driver that is great for automating modern browsers. It is built on Ruby but it …

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This article guides readers on customising a Linux distribution using the Ubuntu Customization Kit. Readers who like getting their hands dirty playing around with …