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java.net Projects by Community: Global Education and Learning

There are so many different ways to arrive at the home page for an interesting project here on Java.net. To help you find the project you are looking for you can list the projects alphabetically or by community, or peruse incubating projects or those that have been archived. In addition you can search all projects for a specific project name. We are particularly proud of those projects that began in our incubator and have matured into successful projects.

Mathematical Enviroment
CTS[Contribution Tracking System] a Group 7 PPM Implementation
StatX by tT(teamTen)
An network chess game that we have developed at the university.
This project is to help students to manage their daily lives.
Simple Java API Windows style .ini file handling. Also provide Java Preferences API functionality on top of .ini file.
The Company For E-11
A web online (Ajax - Java) application designed to facilitate the work activities of stimulation, cause-effect, encouraging movements for people with mental disabilities. It can be used with touch screens and interactive whiteboards. http://sourceforge.net/projects/tocalapantalla
A crime management application to maintain the prisoners record
this a web site for mufix community in Egypt which has all activies by the community like week sessions and forum discussions,also there are learning resources avaialbe for students to download
Parent project for Software Enginering Distributed Collaboration
Rez
rEZ Restaurant Reservation System for CSC 848 SFSU Fall 2009
An on-line Table Reservation Application
Online system for reserving a table at a restaurant
Puj
PUJ is an academic competition to promote the synergy between the academy goals and the market needs.
Simple Java API for AI
Tools for learners pursuing higher education goals.
∞Metrics: Automatic Collaboration Metrics for java.net Projects
A psychometric research project inspired by the Rasch book "Probabilistic Models". The aim is to code a large number of (initially) Primary/Grade School math questions, and to use probabilistic analysis to estimate item difficulty and student ability on a common scale.
Portal for teachers, mentors, and other educator