Submitted by jworkorg on Sat, 04/27/2013 - 12:46
SCaVis is a successor of jHepWork. Why this change in its name? jHepWork has its origin in high-energy physics (remember, Higgs?). The "Hep" part of jHepWork abbreviates "High-Energy Physics". jHepWork is used in several HEP areas, but it is not very popular in this field since high-energy physics is almost completely based on the ROOT C++ package developed at CERN. The reason is that experimental data are written and stored in the ROOT format.
Submitted by jworkorg on Sat, 09/24/2011 - 12:42
As the name suggests, the award is now opened up to a wider range of Open Source projects. This year’s Award is our most exciting and we’re expecting up to 4 million visits during the Award period. Feel free to check out information about the Awards here. The winner will win a $2,500 prize fund, while the first runner-up will receive $1,000 and the second runner-up $500.
Submitted by jworkorg on Thu, 08/25/2011 - 21:55
There was recent discussion about Java7 performance for numerical calculations. Few people saw some 20-40% improvement for java7, compare to Java6. This simple script which can be executed in jhepwork shows no such improvement. Run this code above (here I'm using 2 cores) and see it yourself:
Submitted by jworkorg on Fri, 07/29/2011 - 10:28
According to the forum http://jwork.org/jhepwork/forum/viewtopic.php?id=13 just released Java7 has a bug on Linux platform. It seems like execution of the code for jhplot canvases compiled using jdk6 fails. This bug is perfectly reproducible on the Linux (Ubuntu, Fedora) and related to the graphics package org.freehep.graphics2d.VectorGraphics. Interestingly enough, Jdk7 on windows is fine. This bug was sent to the java7 developers, but they could not reproduce it.
Submitted by jworkorg on Tue, 07/26/2011 - 15:14