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The CITEC Open Research Server hosts Open Source software and Open Data projects related to cognitive interaction evolved from the research at the Center of Excellence Cognitive Interaction Technology . We invite you to use our software and databases for your projects and collaborate with us in development.

Latest news

Finite State Machine Based Testing: SCXML Transition Event Name Has Changed!
The SCXML Transition Event Name Has Changed! What does that mean? In earlier versions the transition event was names sth. like: <pre>state_0_1.execute.success</pre>
Added by Florian Lier 3 months ago

TCS Alignment Toolbox : TCSAlignmentToolbox Version 1.4.0
New Version of TCSAlignmentToolbox with Local Alignment has been released.
Added by Benjamin Paassen 4 months ago

TCS Alignment Toolbox : Initial Release TCSAlignmentToolbox 1.3.2
The TCSAlignmentToolbox is now released and ready for download.
Added by Benjamin Paassen 5 months ago

Surface mesh: Surface_mesh 1.0 released!
Added by Daniel Sieger about 1 year ago

Bonsai: bonsai.behaviors available
The bonsai.behaviors are now available.
Added by Frederic Siepmann over 1 year ago

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Latest projects

  • TCS Alignment Toolbox (2014-07-28 12:33)
  • SCIE: Spinal Cord Injury Information Extraction (2014-06-30 10:07)

    The purpose of SCIE — Spinal Cord Injury Information Extraction — is to extract relevant information about pre-clinical experiments on spinal cord injury treatments from bio-medical research papers. SCIE tries to accomplish this goal by using a large ontological database, a set of manually defined rules and machine learning....

  • Amarsi Benchmark Framework (2014-06-05 14:27)

    We enthusiastically invite interested researchers to participate this benchmark in order to provide the community with a standardized and systematic comparison between different state-of-the-art algorithms in motion generation.

    UNDER CONSTRUCTION

  • BRIX 2 (2014-05-30 14:05)

    BRIX₂ is a compact, extensible and easy-to-use physical computing platform.

  • Finite State Machine Based Testing (2014-05-12 14:04)

    This framework introduces a generic and configurable state machine based process: F inite S tate M achine T esting to automate environment setup, system bootstrapping, functional system tests, result assessment, exit and clean-up strategy....