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    Default Open Source Software to Analyze

    Hi everyone, I need to write a report on some open source software (preferably in Java, but if you have other ideas they're welcome as well) in which I should focus on algorithms used, system architecture, data structures and so on. I am pretty familiar with these stuff but never really dealt with open source software so I can't think of any examples.

    Any help would be appreciated, thank you in advance!


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    Default Re: Open Source Software to Analyze

    The list is huge. You could narrow down the possibilities by picking a category or two you're interested in. Maybe you should check our SourceForge.net to see what's out there.

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    Default Re: Open Source Software to Analyze

    Quote Originally Posted by GregBrannon View Post
    The list is huge. You could narrow down the possibilities by picking a category or two you're interested in. Maybe you should check our SourceForge.net to see what's out there.
    Thanks for your suggestion! The category doesn't really matter as long as it conforms to the rules above - it should include some algorithms, different architectures and data structures.

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