Project details for MOSIS

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by claasahl - March 9, 2014, 17:35:40 CET [ BibTeX Download ]

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Description:

MOSIS is a framework for signal processing, stream analysis, machine learning and stream mining applications. Currently, the framework is in an early development stage.

Changes to previous version:
  • Move "flow"-related classes into package "de.claas.mosis.flow" (e.g. Node and Link).
  • Refined and improved "flow"-related tests (e.g. Iterator and Node tests).
  • Refactored tests for data formats (e.g. PlainText and JSON tests).
  • Added visitor design pattern for graph-based functions (e.g. initialization and processing).
  • Documented parameters of Processor implementations.
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Supported Operating Systems: Platform Independent
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Tags: Developing Framework, Framework, Signal Processing
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Version Changelog Date
0.55
  • Move "flow"-related classes into package "de.claas.mosis.flow" (e.g. Node and Link).
  • Refined and improved "flow"-related tests (e.g. Iterator and Node tests).
  • Refactored tests for data formats (e.g. PlainText and JSON tests).
  • Added visitor design pattern for graph-based functions (e.g. initialization and processing).
  • Documented parameters of Processor implementations.
March 9, 2014, 17:35:40
0.5
  • Added support for initializing and dismantling of modules.
  • Added support for EndOfStream (i.e. stop iterating at "end of file").
  • Marked Relation as deprecated. It will be replaced by "Observer"-design pattern.
February 9, 2014, 12:01:22
0.4
  • Added tests for large parts of the framework.
  • Fixed several issues that appeared during testing.
October 14, 2013, 20:41:21
0.3
  • Simplyfied iteration / processing of graphs.
  • Added support for JSON (JavaScript Object Notation).
  • Revised handling of CSV data.
September 17, 2013, 00:05:15
0.1

Added support for CSV files as well as TCP-based streams. The overall documentation was largely revised.

August 26, 2013, 20:58:21

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