220 packages returned for Tags:"net-framework"

AForge (core library)
The AForge library is a core library of AForge.NET framework, which contains core classes used by other libraries of the framework and classes, which can be used independently for various purposes.
The AForge.Video library contains interfaces and classes to access different video sources, such as IP video cameras (MJPEG streams). The library defines types used by other video related libraries from AForge.NET framework.
SuperSocket is a light weight, cross platform and extensible socket server application framework. You can use it to build a server side socket application (like game server, GPS server, industrial control system, data acquisition server etc) easily without thinking about how to use socket, how to... More information
SuperSocket is a light weight, cross platform and extensible socket server application framework. You can use it to build a server side socket application (like game server, GPS server, industrial control system, data acquisition server etc) easily without thinking about how to use socket, how to... More information
The AForge.Genetic library contains classes to run Genetic Algorithms (GA), Genetic Programming (GP) and Gene Expression Programming (GEP). Set of chromosome and selection classes are provided. Full list of features is available on the project's web site.
Accord.Video.FFMPEG (GPL) x86
Contains classes and methods to handle video sources using FFMPEG. For this reason, this package is available under the GPL license only. This package originated from the AForge.NET Framework and is part of the Accord.NET Framework.
The AForge.Neuro library contains classes for artificial neural network computation - feed forwards networks with error back propagation learning and Kohonen self organizing maps. Full list of features is available on the project's web site.
The AForge.Controls library contains some reusable UI classes used as in AForge.NET framework's samples, as in some independent applications. Full list of features is available on the project's web site.