ANALIZA program can be employed in three areas: measurements, visualization and analysis of results. It enables measurements with the use of various instruments, on-line and off-line visualization and analysis of measurement data.
BDB program is used to collect and manage data related to the work of the researcher, which is associated with a large amount of collected and processed information. This can be any type of data. The program allows you to organize the research base, quick access to the necessary data, both by a single researcher as well as other staff or management.
Planning the experiment includes methods for determining the function of the object of research, with the least cost. Practical use of experimental design methods involves the use of software suitable for the analyzed problem. This webpage contains two programs: PS_DK_3_3 and Hartley. These programs allow you to determine the regression polynomial of the second degree, for the case of tri-level experimental plans.
The Route program is designed to solve VRP problems (Vehicle Routing Problem). The program currently has two modules: TSP (traveling salesman's problem) and CVRP. The calculations are performed using a set of heuristic algorithms developed by the author. The graphical interface used allows to observe the course of calculations. The program is available in both 32-bit and 64-bit versions (it enables solving large tasks). In both cases, the programs use parallel processing and can be optimized for a specific processor.
The FIT program is designed to analyze the waveforms of various quantities and their special approximation. The approximation of a given waveform can be performed, depending on the needs, with the use of all points in the course or only selected ones. This selection is made automatically by indicating the multiplicity of selected points.
The program enables serial approximation with the assessment of the quality of the approximation. In the program, you can modify the Y values of the approximating waveforms using the mouse or keyboard, adjusting the waveforms to your own requirements, and then save the modified waveforms to files on the disk.