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6 items in "p" section.
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PDP++
Platform: Version: 3.1 4.5 Megs
License: Free
As the field of connectionist modeling has grown, so has the need for a comprehensive simulation environment for the development and testing of connectionist models. Our goal in developing PDP++ has been to integrate several powerful software development and user interface tools into a general purpose simulation environment that is both user friendly and user extensible. The simulator is built in the C++ programming language, and incorporates a state of the art script interpreter with the full expressive power of C++. The graphical user interface is built with the Interviews toolkit, and allows full access to the data structures and processing modules out of which the simulator is built. We have constructed several useful graphical modules for easy interaction with the structure and the contents of neural networks, and we've made it possible to change and adapt many things. At the programming level, we have set things up in such a way as to make user extensions as painless as possible. The programmer creates new C++ objects, which might be new kinds of units or new kinds of processes; once compiled and linked into the simulator, these new objects can then be accessed and used like any other.
Date: 2021-06-21
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Pegasus Mail
Platform: Version: 4.02 3.91 Megs
License: Free
Pegasus Mail is an electronic mail system for Novell NetWare systems and for standalone systems that use a Winsock TCP/IP interface. This full-fledged mail program includes many useful features, such as a spelling checker, support for Unix-formatted mailbox files, easier POP3/SMTP setup, and support for mailing lists. Newer features included support for the IMAP4 protocol, templates (user-designable forms), filtering improvements, address completion, a Resend option, and numerous improvements and updates to the user interface
Date: 2021-03-11
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PHP
Platform: Version: 4.3.1 5.8 Megs
License: Free
PHP is a widely-used general-purpose scripting language that is especially suited for Web development and can be embedded into HTML.
Date: 2021-03-12
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Pop-Up Stopper
Platform: Version: 3.1.101 0.5 Megs
License: Free
This spyware-free tool blocks pop-up ads in Netscape, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla. It can block Messenger Service and desktop ads, too. There's no need to adjust proxy settings or add sites to a list. Pop-Up Stopper will not strip Web images or slow your browser. You can allow pop-up windows when you want them. User settings allow various pop-up notifications, such as flashing icons or new, fun sounds. Simply hold the Ctrl or Shift key to allow selective pop-up windows; but most new links should open automatically. Pop-Up Stopper is not advertising-supported, nor does it require registration, and no information is collected from or about product users. The program is small and easy to use. It comes complete with full install and uninstall, a setup wizard, an online help file, and free unlimited tech support. It's guaranteed from a company you trust. This version includes free Spyware Removal Tool and free Spyware Resource Center access.
Date: 2020-10-18
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PRAAT: All purpose tool for speech
Platform: Version: 4200 0 Megs
License: Free
Praat is a research, publication, and productivity tool for phoneticians. It is a comprehensive speech analysis, synthesis, and manipulation package which can perform general numerical and statistical analysis. It was developed by Paul Boersma and David Weenink at the Institute of Phonetic Sciences of the University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands. [Mac, Windows, Unix]
Date: 2021-04-01
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