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itext
[69 users on Ohloh]
iText is a library that contains classes to generate documents in the Portable Document Format (PDF), XML, HTML, and RTF. It can also parse XML documents and convert them into any of these formats. Pages of existing PDF files can be imported and copied to new PDF documents.
iTextSharp
[4 users on Ohloh]
iText# (iTextSharp) is a port of the iText open source java library written entirely in C# for the .NET platform. iText# is a library that allows you to generate PDF files on the fly. It is implemented as an assembly.
YaHP Converter
[1 users on Ohloh]
YaHP is a Java library that allows you to convert an HTML document into a PDF document.
CRM114 for Ruby
[1 users on Ohloh]
Ruby interface to the CRM114 Controllable Regex Mutilator, an advanced and fast text classifier that uses sparse binary polynomial matching with a Bayesian Chain Rule evaluator and a hidden Markov model to categorize data with up to a 99.87% accuracy.
MARF:Modular Audio Recognition Framework
[1 users on Ohloh]
MARF is an open-source research platform and a collection of voice/sound/speech/text and natural language processing (NLP) algorithms written in Java and arranged into a modular and extensible framework facilitating addition of new algorithms. MARF can run distributedly over the network and may act as a library in applications or be used as a source for learning and extension.