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MathModelica System Designer Professional now available

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  • Subject: [mg70754] MathModelica System Designer Professional now available
  • From: Wolfram Research <newsdesk at wolfram.com>
  • Date: Thu, 26 Oct 2006 02:38:50 -0400 (EDT)

MathModelica System Designer Professional is now available for 
download from the Wolfram store.

Built on the high-level Modelica standard, this new application 
package provides a unique graphical environment for developing 
dynamic models with custom-built and ready-made components from 
different engineering domains. Each component can be used in 
different roles, decreasing the need for variants of the same 
model.

With Mathematica, users can control their simulation and model 
parameters to do further analysis, including visualizing, 
optimizing, performing system identification, and using 
measurement data to test and validate their models.

Key features include:

* Easy drag-and-drop modeling with ready-made and user-defined
  components also accessible programmatically
* Hierarchical design structure for managing complex models
* Ability to handle models from multiple engineering domains, 
  including hybrid and discrete event systems
* Built-in Simulation Center for interactive parameter variation 
  and visualization of simulation results
* Full Mathematica integration to extend, document, and automate 
  many modeling tasks

MathModelica System Designer Professional is available for 
Windows and requires Mathematica 4.2 or higher. An automatic 20% 
discount is available through December 11, 2006.

More information is available at:
http://www.wolfram.com/applications/mathmodelica


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