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  • Triana (satellite), an ill-fated satellite proposed by Al Gore, named after Rodrigo de Triana; also known as "GoreSat"
  • Triana (open source simulation software), an open source problem solving environment developed at Cardiff University that combines an intuitive visual interface with powerful data analysis tools. Already used by scientists for a range of tasks, such as signal, text, image processing, and simulation. Triana includes a large library of pre-written analysis tools and the ability for users to easily integrate their own tools using Java.
  • The Triana Group, Inc., a corporation specializing in international business for technology companies.

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