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Wolfram SystemModeler

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wolfram System Modeler, developed by Wolfram MathCore, is a platform for engineering as well as life-science modeling and simulation based on the Modelica language. It provides an interactive graphical modeling and simulation environment and a customizable set of component libraries.

Interface

Wolfram System Modeler's primary interface, Model Center, is an interactive graphical environment including a customizable set of component libraries. Models developed in Model Center can be simulated in the Simulation Center. The software also provides a tight integration with the Mathematica environment. Users can develop, simulate, document, and analyze their Wolfram System Modeler models within Mathematica notebooks. The software is used in the engineering field as well as in the life sciences.[citation needed]

Editions

Originally developed by MathCore Engineering as MathModelica, it was acquired by Wolfram Research on March 30, 2011.[1] It was then re-released as Wolfram SystemModeler on May 23, 2012,[2][3][4][5][6] with improved integration with Wolfram Mathematica.

Modeling Language

Wolfram System Modeler uses the free object-oriented modeling language Modelica, a language designed for the modeling of physical systems and designed to support library development and model exchange. It is a modern language built on acausal modeling with mathematical equations and object-oriented constructs to facilitate reuse of modeling knowledge.[7] Since Version 11.3, the Wolfram Language supports direct access to Modelica libraries for system simulation and analysis from a notebook interface.

Release history

Name/Version Date
SystemModeler 1.0 March 2011
SystemModeler 3.0 May 2012
SystemModeler 4.0 July 2014
SystemModeler 4.0.1 September 2014
SystemModeler 4.1 March 2015
SystemModeler 4.2 December 2015
SystemModeler 4.3 October 2016
SystemModeler 5.0 July 2017
SystemModeler 5.1 March 2018
SystemModeler 12.0 April 2019
SystemModeler 12.1 March 2020
System Modeler 12.2 December 2020

See also

References

  1. ^ Wolfram, Stephen. "Launching a New Era in Large-Scale Systems Modeling".
  2. ^ Wolfram, Stephen. "Launching a New Era in Large-Scale Systems Modeling".
  3. ^ "Model the World with Wolfram's New Software for Engineers".
  4. ^ "Wolfram Expands into System Modeling".
  5. ^ "Wolfram New SystemModeler Software Helps Engineers Create Complex Simulations".
  6. ^ "Wolfram SystemModeler Takes On Large Scale System Modeling".
  7. ^ "Modelica Language Specification, Version 3.4" (PDF). Modelica Association. April 10, 2017. Retrieved March 16, 2018.

External links

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