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Overflow 0.1 Released

Mar 10, 2000, 16:07 (4 Talkback[s])
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[ Thanks to Jean-Marc Valin for this announcement. ]

We are proud to announce the first release of the Overflow project, version 0.1. Overflow is a free (GPL) "data flow oriented" development environment which allows users to build programs by visually connecting simple building blocks. Though it is primarily designed as a research tool, it can also be used for real-time data processing. This first release includes 5 toolboxes: signal processing, image processing, speech recognition, vector quantization and neural networks.

The visual interface is written for GNOME, but there is also a command-line tool that doesn't use GNOME. Because of the modular design, we hope to have a KDE version in the future. Screenshots can be found here.