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Eclipse Foundation 2020 Projects

  • Philip Okonkwo
    A Simulation-Visualizer For Eclipse APP4MC
    The aim of this project is to visualize the execution trace of a simulated APP4MC model including its states within APP4MC using a framework such as...
  • Anand Prakash
    BTF (Best Trace Format) generation on RTFParallella (Real Time Framework Parallella)
    Tracing is an elegant and efficient way of obtaining runtime information on a system. Advanced scheduling concepts are used in multicore processor...
  • Rijul Saini
    CoEditing in Eclipse Che 7
    Today, distributed software development teams depend on online collaboration more than ever. The ongoing pandemic Covid-19 has enforced...
  • Sándor Bácsi
    Detecting Model Inconsistencies in 4diac Models with OCL
    Eclipse 4diac is an open source environment for programming distributed industrial automation solutions and control systems based on the IEC 61499...
  • Yash Bharatiya
    Eclipse SWTChart-Extending The Export Options
    SWTChart is a powerful API utilizing SWT widgets to create custom charts used in chromatography ,mass spectroscopy and other fields requiring data...
  • Himanshu Balasamanta
    Migrating Linux Tools dependency to SWTChart and solving Slider selection issue
    SWT is a Java widget toolkit currently under Eclipse that delegates the heavy work to the native operating system. This renders it performant speed...
  • The Bao Bui
    Non-Preemptive and Limited-Preemptive Response Time Analysis for Eclipse APP4MC
    There are many way to schedule tasks in multi-cores platforms and each of them have result in different timing. One of the effective way to increase...
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