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  1. diSpeech is a corpus of speech synthesized with the Klatt synthesizer to generate datasets for speech disentanglement purposes. The purpose of disentanglement is to automatically extract and separate the attributes constituting the speech signal. The Klatt synthesizer is used to generate phonemes. The first version, constrained to vowels synthesized with 5 generative factors relying on […]

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  2. Linkspotter is a package of the R software that mainly allows to calculate and visualize using a graph all the bivariate links of a dataset. Its main features are Calculation of several correlation matrices corresponding to different link coefficients Clustering of variables using an unsupervised learning Supervised discretization of one or a couple of variables […]

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  3. OKT (Operators Karma Tools) is a toolkit library, in GO language, aiming to ease the development of Kubernetes Operators implemented with the CNCF OperatorSDK. It brings A “Reconciler” object class that helps the developer to easily design its reconciliation process in respect to common “best practices” (errors management, finalizations, …), and better focus on the […]

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  4. Kanod is a complete solution to create Kubernetes clusters on demand on bare-metal servers. Clusters are defined declaratively as Kubernetes resources in a management cluster and are managed through modifications in git repositories. The combination of Kubernetes model and Git-ops operations is the key to deterministic, reliable and auditable operations. Available at gitlab.com/Orange-OpenSource/kanod

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  5. UDParse is a dependency parser, based on UDPipeFuture, with state of the art performance on UD Dependency Parsing by integrating transformers such as BERT, CamemBERT, XLM-Roberta, etc. Available at github.com/Orange-OpenSource/UDParse.

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  6. This web application provides, on the one hand, guidelines in the form of a checklist for performing an audit and declaration of compliance with regard to digital accessibility (web, Android and Ios). By answering the guided questions, the user can more easily assess the level of accessibility of their website or mobile application. On the […]

  7. SuperCodingBall is an educational game, which aims to introduce programming, through the theme of football! The player will train a team of 4 footballers (the humans) who will face 4 monsters. The team’s strategy is made with blocks (Scratch-like), then the game takes place automatically following the strategies of the two opponents. Published on https://github.com/Orange-OpenSource/super-coding-ball.

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  8. Towards5GS-helm is an open source project providing a Helm based deployment solution of an end-to-end 5G system in a Kubernetes environment. The project relies on Free5GC to provide 5G core components and UERANSIM to simulate the gNodeB and 5G user equipment (UE). The code is published on Github under the terms of the Apache 2.0 […]

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  9. ns-3 is an open source network simulator targeted primarily for research and educational use. Considering its broad use, and the number of modelled technologies (see main models and its App store), ns-3 has become a reference tool for Wi-Fi studies, among others. The latest Wi-Fi generation, Wi-Fi 6, comes with a promising technique: the OFDMA. […]

  10. This repository hosts an NFVbench Ansible role. This role aims to deploy the Anuket/NFVbench tool inside an SR-IOV VM, on an Openstack platform. The role includes tasks using the openstack.cloud Ansible Collection. NFVbench allows to measure, and assess the L2/L3 forwarding performance of an NFV-infrastructure solution stack. The role is available on GitHub, under the […]