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 Building Economic Analysis--for analyzing life-cycle building costs and choices among new technologies.
 Cement and Concrete Modeling Programs--links to software programs that model the structure and properties of cement-based materials.
 Conformance Test Suite Software--testing measures whether a product faithfully implements an information technology specification.
 Dataplot--multiplatform software system for scientific visualization, statistical analysis, and non-linear modeling.
 Expect Software--tool for automating interactive applications such as telnet, ftp, pass, fsck, rlogin, and tip.
 EXPGUI--multiplatform graphic user interface for the GSAS crystallographic software package
 Fire Modeling Programs--links to a variety of fire simulation programs.
 Guide to Available Mathematical Software (GAMS)--a cross index and virtual repository of mathematical and statistical software components of use in computational science and engineering.
 Interoperable MPI web site and conformance tester--enables two or more implementations of the Message Passing Interface to interoperate within a single application.
 MOIST predicting heat and moisture in building envelopes.

NIST Parallel Applications Development Environment (PADE)--facilitates development of parallel applications for heterogeneous networked computers.

 Smoke Plume Modeling/ALOFT-FT--predicts the downwind distribution of smoke particulate and combustion products from large outdoor fires.
 Synchronize your computer's clock to the correct time:
   dial-up service--Automated Computer Time Service
   via the Internet--Network Time Service

Date created: 2/20/01
Last updated: September 2, 2003
Contact: inquiries@nist.gov