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A temporary fork of djangofiler with loosened dependencies. For testing purposes only.

A discrete differential geometry lab developed in the geometry group at TU Berlin.






Software developed in Matheon F1 and continued by SFB DGD A1.
Koebe Polyhedra SIsothermic Minimal Surfaces Conical Minimal Surfaces Alexandrov Polyhedra 

This package implements numerical methods and algorithms for the evaluation of certain automorphic functions and forms in the context of Schottky uniformization.

The projgeom package is a metricneutral framework for working with Pluecker line geometry and Lie sphere geometry in their natural embeddings as CayleyKlein geometries in projective 5space.

The package numericalMethods is a collection of mostly standard routines providing numerical solutions for many common problems in algebra, calculus, and geometry.

A class library for a 2d Möbius geometry viewer.

This package provides an abstract setting for creating and editing scenes needed for running mathematical or physical simulations. In the simplest case this could be a 2D vector graphics drawing application for creating 2D scenes of shapes or a 3D mo

mfc provides mathematical foundation classes, e.g., complex numbers, polynomials, 2x2matrices, fractional linear transformations, quaternions.

The mathExpr library provides classes to parse and evaluate mathematical expressions.

JTerm is a swing component that roughly has the look and feel of a Unix shell window: You can type text to some prompt and after hitting Return the text is evaluated. You are shown the result and you are presented with the next prompt.

jPETScTao is the name for a Java project, that tries to make a part of the functionality of two numeric libraries PETSc and Tao accessible for Java programs. It utilizes the JNI to achieve that. See

jPETScTao is the name for a Java project, that tries to make a part of the functionality of two numeric libraries PETSc and Tao accessible for Java programs. It utilizes the JNI to achieve that. See