Projects

Letter Salad

Letter Salad

Letter Salad or Salad for short, is an efficient and flexible implementation of the well-known anomaly detection method Anagram by Wang et al.
libglove

libglove

libglove joins a whole set of tools for using the data glove of CyberGlove Systems LLC. Next to the low level communication with the device this includes a daemon for managing various devices locally and remotely, a calibration tool and various demos explaining the use of the library.
Beatrix: A Malicious Code Analysis Framework

Beatrix: A Malicious Code Analysis Framework

Beatrix is the project which evolved in the course of my master's thesis. It provides a platform for developing prototypes for new approaches in the field of malicious code detection.
The framework introduces a plug-in infrastructure which breaks down the tasks of malware detection/ classification to disjoint categories. By doing this, a developer is able to work and research on specific subtasks only. Because of the capability to reuse existing (third party) plug-ins, only partial implementations have to be provided, in order to gain completely new detectors.
Pano Thingy

Pano Thingy

Pano Thingy is a simple panorama/ stitching utility which at the moment is limited to processing 2 images at a time.
It was my first major application build on Netbeans Platform and was developed in order to become a certified Netbeans engineer.
Coco/R Development Tools

Coco/R Development Tools

As part of my bachelor's thesis I developed the Coco/R Development Tools. This tool set is a number of plug-ins for the Eclipse Platform which aim at integrating the compiler generator Coco/R into the well known IDE.
Track/Pad

Track/Pad

The Track/Pad is a 2D infra-red touchscreen device which is designed to be robust enough to handle ball-throwings. The intended showcase was some kind of virtual can/duck shooting application.
Net'O'Drom

Net'O'Drom

The netOdrom application was initially developed for a public event - Lange Nacht der Forschung (Long Night of Science) - on Oktober 1st 2005. It was designed to demonstrate a variety of algorithms in the field of Networked Virtual Environments. The application is a networked simulation of fictional motor-race. What looks like a game demonstrates a physics engine, swarming algorithms, particle systems and a variety of modelling techniques. from vrc@jku (2005)

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