acslX
Developed by: AEgis Technologies
Available at: http://www.acslsim.com/
Abstract
acslX is a modeling, execution, and analysis environment for continuous dynamic systems and processes. Simple to learn and easy to use, acslXtreme provides an intuitive environment for users at all levels and is versatile and powerful enough to address the most challenging simulation problems.
Keywords: continuous time simulation, simulation language
Last checked: 06.06.2008
DESIRE
Developed by: G.A. and M.T Korn
Available at: http://members.aol.com/gatmkorn/
Abstract
DESIRE (Direct Executing SImulation in REal Time) is a very fast interactive modeling and simulation of dynamic systems, used in industry and education since 1986. Runtime compilation lets your programs execute without translation delays. This permits truly interactive modeling and immediate comparisons of live models. An academic version that allows to handle state system can be downloaded for free. DESIRE/2000 for Windows includes an experiment-protocol language for controlling multirun simulation studies, and an industrial-strength differential-equation solver. DESIRE/2000 handles up to 20,000 first-order differential equations entered in readable scalar or matrix notation, with a choice of 14 integration rules. Multiple models can include user-designed neural networks and fuzzy logic.
Keywords: differential equation solver, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
FreeMat
Developed by: Freemat Team
Available at: http://freemat.sourceforge.net/
Abstract
It is similar to commercial systems such as MATLAB from Mathworks, and IDL from Research Systems, but is Open Source. FreeMat includes several novel features such as a codeless interface to external C/C++/FORTRAN code, parallel/distributed algorithm development (via MPI), and plotting and visualization capabilities.
Keywords: matlab, continuous time simulation, control engineering
Last checked: 1 September 2008
Simulink and MATLAB
Developed by: MathWorks Inc
Available at: http://www.mathworks.com/products/simulink
Abstract
MATLAB: the leading language for technical computing, DSP, control design, etc. SIMULINK provides a graphical interface to some of the MATLAB functions, thus enabling the user to graphically design models and control systems Note that MIDEVA, a MATLAB clone which boosted a faster performance thanks to a better compiler was acquired by MathWorks and it will be included in future releases of MATLAB.
Keywords: control engineering
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NI MATRIXx
Developed by: National Instruments
Available at: http://www.ni.com/matrixx/design_development.htm
Abstract
Keywords: control engineering
Last checked: 06.06.2008
Octave
Developed by: University of Wisconsin John W Eaton
Available at: http://www.octave.org/
Abstract
Free software which can compete with Matlab and MatrixX. Scilab is a scientific software package for numerical computations in a user-friendly environment
Keywords: control engineering, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
Scicos
Developed by: INRIA
Available at: http://www-rocq.inria.fr/scicos/
Abstract
Scicos is a a dynamic systems modeler and simulator. It is a 'Scilab toolbox' and it is included in the Scilab Package.Ê Written in Fortran, C and Scilab language, it comes with complete source code.
Keywords: Fortran, C, scilab, control engineering, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
Scilab
Developed by: INRIA
Available at: http://scilabsoft.inria.fr/
Abstract
Free software which can compete with Matlab and MatrixX. Scilab is a scientific software package for numerical computations in a user-friendly environment
Keywords: control engineering, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
SDX
Developed by: Eclipse Software
Available at: http://www.sdynamix.com/
Abstract
SDX is a high performance Fortran based Problem Solving Environment for dynamics (continuous,discrete,hybrid) related applications in science and engineering.
Keywords: Fortran, continuous time simulation, discrete event simulation, hybrid simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
SimLab
Developed by: Cornell University
Available at: http://www.cs.cornell.edu/Info/Projects/SimLab/releases/release-1-0.html
Abstract
This is the initial release of the SimLab software. Includes mathematical functionality for algebraic and topological computations and code for creating triangulations of planar areas. Developed by Cornell University
Keywords: matlab, continuous time simulation, control engineering
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