Open-source Software

  • Carmel: Finite-state transducer package written in C++
  • Digg 2009
  • Hot & Spicy: Tool suite for accelerating Python applications on FPGAs
  • Pegasus: Automates scientific workflows; robust scalable tools for entire scientific community
  • PowerLoom: Language and environment for constructing intelligent, knowledge-based applications
  • SPADE (Sentence-level PArsing for DiscoursE): Sentence-level discourse parser
  • Tiburon: tree transducer for composition, intersection, application and other functions
  • Torc: C++ infrastructure and tool set for reconfigurable computing
  • Trellis: interactive environment for semantic annotations to documents and other on-line resources
  • Wings: semantic workflow system to assist scientists with computational experiments design

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Other intellectual property is available through USC's innovation-oriented Stevens Center for Innovation, by contacting Nickolas Traitler at traitler@usc.edu.