This page provides a portal into commercially licensed software from the University. Software projects are drawn from research in a broad spectrum of disciplines. The list below is organised by University division.
Click on the item of interest to be taken to a page describing the software and information about how to get a copy of the software.
HermiT: A high performance semantic reasoner for OWL ontologies.
Language Learning Software:
Language-learning software to score English language students using syllable stress analysis.
Financial & Meteorological Computation Methods: An efficient, flexible and inexpensive method to compute Singular Value Decomposition for a large data set.
PWP Tracker: Method for tracking subjects in digital image sequences in real time.
Modelling Orientation of Liquid Crystal Molecules: Software for modelling and optimising Liquid Crystal Displays optical performance accurately and reliably.
Secure Financial Transactions: New generation of protocols to enhance the security of card-present financial transactions and enable secure card-not-present transactions via insecure networks.
Technology for Secure Data Sharing: A software-based system enables information to be shared within and between organisations in a secure, controlled, and dynamic manner.
Automated Analysis of Text: A linguistic tool efficiently identifies the grammatical context and meaning of words, which dramatically improves automated language analysis.
Secure Ad Hoc Networks: A new technology for bootstrapping secure networks that does not rely on pre-existing keys, a public key infrastructure or trusted third parties.
Boost Your Business Dynamic: A new software technology greatly reduces the cost of developing and maintaining bespoke, fully web-enabled information management systems.
Brain Analysis & Mapping (FSL): The definitive Oxford software library on functional magnetic resonance imaging of the brain.
Oxford Genome-Wide Association Software Suite (OGWASS): A world-leading suite of software for the statistical analysis of genetic information is available to license by commercial organisations.
UKPDS Risk Engine: Software to assess risk for individuals with type 2 diabetes.
UKPDS Outcomes Model: Software to assess the lifetime benefits of diabetes-related interventions.
Molecular Shape Recognition: Method for searching a molecular database for compounds that most closely resemble the shape of a molecule of known activity.
HLA Typing: A novel, reliable and cost-effective method of gaining an understanding of the structure of an individual’s HLA profile.