SimulationTools.bib

True : Temporal Reasoning Universal Elaboration
Developed by: P. H. True-World
Available at: http://www.true-world.com/
Abstract
Integration approach: Stock and flow mirror stock and mirror flow: to verify the integrity of the model (sum of stocks = k) discrete mode: independent multiple time scales defined by six temporal parameters simulation of continuous mode possible type of value per flow: constant, procedure, array, scatter circularity: one or more independent equations per flow, executed according their chronologies multiple and transparent stock updating, per unit of time, according chronologies of the equations 3D rendering : OpenGL 3D modeler to create 4D rendering animated by values returned by the model after calculus Geometric primitives: cube, box, cone, torus, cylinder, disk,..., map2d, waves, particles texturing
Keywords: system dynamics, discrete event simulation, continuous time simulation, visual modelling, 3D rendering
Last checked: 1 December 2009
RanD Model Designer
Developed by: R. S. Ltd
Available at: http://www.randservice.com/
Abstract
Rand Model Designer is a high-performance visual environment for the modeling and simulation of multi-domain component models of complex dynamical systems. Rand Model Designer employs a user-friendly, high-level, object oriented modeling language for fast and efficient design of complex models. Rand Model Designer builds continuous, discrete and hybrid (continuous-discrete) models which can be used to perform interactive computational experiments
Keywords: visual modelling, object oriented modelling, continuous time simulation, discrete systems simulation, hybrid system simulation
Last checked: 10-08-2010
Dymola
Developed by: D. Systems
Available at: http://www.dynasim.se/
Abstract
The modelling environment Dymola, by Dynasim, an object oriented tool for modelling and simulation of continuous systems. Focus on robotics and mechanical systems. Now integrated with Modelica modelling language. Modelica allows integration and reuse of code developed in different modelling and simulation environments.
Keywords: visual modelling, continuous time simulation, multi-engineering simulation, modelica
Last checked: 06.06.2008
SansGUI
Developed by: P. Inc.
Available at: http://protodesign-inc.com/sansgui.htm
Abstract
SansGUI is modeling and simulation environment for developing and deploying scientific and engineering simulators without writing any graphical user interface code. SansGUI is currently available for Microsoft Windows platforms. Microsoft Visual C++ and Compaq Visual Fortran are supported for creating highly interactive in-process simulators while other languages can be used to develop external process simulators.
Keywords: visual modelling, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 06.06.2008
GoldSim
Developed by: G. T. Group
Available at: http://www.goldsim.com/
Abstract
GoldSim is a general purpose simulator for nearly any kind of physical, financial or organizational system. Models are built graphically drawing an influence diagram of your system. Goldsim Academic is offered free for students, professors and teachers. Goldsim also provides a player that enables anyone to view your model, without requiring the installation of the full package. Goldsim also provides dedicated modules for specific issues such as contaminant transport, radionuclide decay. Goldsim simulation can also be run in a distributed environment thanks to the Godlsim DP component
Keywords: monte carlo simulation, risk analysis, visual modelling
Last checked: 06.06.2008
SIMLOX
Developed by: Systecon
Available at: http://www.systecon.se/case/C3_SIMLOX/
Abstract
SIMLOX is an event driven simulation tool that enables detailed analyses of how technical system's performance vary over time given different operational and logistics support scenarios. Based on availability of maintenance resources, maintenance strategy and the operational profile, SIMLOX makes it possible to get very realistic simulations of systems operational efficiency. This includes identification of bottle necks and other factors having a negative impact on efficiency.
Keywords: discrete event simulation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
LabVIEW Control Design and Simulation Module
Developed by: N. Instruments
Available at: http://www.ni.com/labview/
Abstract
LabVIEW is a visual programming environment, that enables interfacing with various measurement and laboratory devices. It now sports various simulation-relaated add-ons such as the NI LabVIEW SImulation module that allows to develop simulation models that acquire data in real-time using LabVIEW's data acquisition functions. It is also possible to import Simulink models in LabVIEW and to integrate Simulink models with a variety of real-time hardware I/O.
Keywords: visual modelling, control engineering, continuous time simulation, real-time simulation
Last checked: 06.06.2008
MapleSim 4
Developed by: M. Inc.
Available at: http://www.maplesoft.com/products/maplesim/index.aspx
Abstract
MapleSim, from MapleSoft, the creators of Maple, is a drag-and-drop physical modeling tool that applies symbolic computation techniques to produce simulation models of multi-domain systems. You can construct plant models using acausal connections between the components to represent their physical relationships, and then combine your plant models with signal flow-based control systems. MapleSim generates the representative system equations, reduces them to an optimal form while maintaining model fidelity, and runs a dynamic simulation of the resulting system, complete with a 3-D visual representation.
Keywords: continuous time simulation, 3D rendering, Mathematica, visual modelling, industrial simulation
Last checked: 23-07-2010
SimCreator
Developed by: R. technologies Inc.
Available at: http://www.simcreator.com/simcreator/simcreator.htm
Abstract
SimCreator is a graphical simulation and modeling system. It is aimed at the simulation of continuous time systems. It's interface is similar to Mathworks's Simulink. Simpler models can be connected to build complex models. Models can be nested. The graphical specification is then translated in C code. It is also available a powerful suite of applications for modelling specific domanis (mainly automotive) and for 3D renedering of simulations.
Keywords: visual modelling, distributed simulation, continuous time simulation, animation
Last checked: 06.06.2008
AnyLogic
Developed by: T. A. Company"
Available at: http://www.anylogic.com/
Abstract
AnyLogic is a multi paradigm simulation tool that brings together System Dynamics, Process-centric (AKA Discrete Event), and Agent Based approaches within one modeling language and one model development environment. AnyLogic set of primitives and library objects allows you to model manufacturing and logistics, business processes, human resources, consumers' and patients' behavior, as well as the environment (the ``background'') in their natural interaction. The object-oriented model design paradigm supported by AnyLogic provides for modular and incremental construction of large models. AnyLogic can deploy both Java applets and applications.
Keywords: discrete event simulation, continuous time simulation, system dynamics, agent-based simulation, java
Last checked: 06.06.2008
SIMPROCESS
Developed by: C. P. Company
Available at: http://www.simprocess.com/
Abstract
Simprocess is an object-oriented, process modeling and analysis tool. It combines the simplicity of flowcharting with the power of simulation, statistical analysis, Activity-Based Costing (ABC), and animation
Keywords: business process simulation, object-oriented simulation, discrete event simulation, visual modelling
Last checked: 06.06.2008
Micro Saint sharp
Developed by: M. A. Design
Available at: http://www.maad.com/index.pl/micro_saint
Abstract
Micro Saint is a general purpose, flexible simulation software product. It has a graphical user interface and is based on a flow chart approach to modeling. Runs on Windows machines. Demo available for download.
Keywords: visual modelling, process based simulation
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myM visual simulation tool
Developed by: T. BV
Available at: http://www.my-m.eu/
Abstract
MyM is an integrated environment for the development, visualization and application of simulations of dynamic systems. MyM comprises a mathematical formalism, a simulator that solves the equations and handles data management and a graphical interface to define input scenarios, to inspect model results and to document and present the model itself.
Keywords: visual modelling
Last checked: 16 October 2008
EcosimPro
Developed by: E. Internacional
Available at: http://www.ecosimpro.com/
Abstract
EcosimPro is a continuous system simulator. It is capable of dealing with Differential Algebraic Equations. It has a graphical user interface which facilitates the modeling task. Icons appearing in the model editor correspond to the real components of your system. The user can specify the models using the dedicated EL language, which can call FORTRAN and C routines. An interesting feature is the support of "simulation experiments" for a given model. A debugger is also available.
Keywords: continuous time simulation, visual modelling
Last checked: 06.06.2008
Flexsim
Developed by: F. S. Products
Available at: http://www.flexsim.com/
Abstract
Flexsim is a PC-based simulation software application used to model, simulate, and visualize business process. Flexsim can help you determine plant capacity, balance manufacturing lines, manage bottlenecks, solve inventory and WIP problems, test new scheduling practices, optimize production rates, and justify capital expenditures. Every model in Flexsim can be viewed in 3D virtual reality animation. Besides all of this, Flexsim provides the modeller with the ability to program models and submodels directly in C++, leaning on the powerful simulation and graphic libraries of Flexsim. Demo available
Keywords: industrial simulation, business process simulation, shop floor, material flow, simulation optimisation
Last checked: 1 September 2008
BuildSim
Developed by: T. Inc.
Available at: http://www.tritera.com/products/web_buildsim/bs_page1.shtml
Abstract
BuildSim is an Integrated Environment for Design, Simulation and Analysis of Systems. BuildSim is an interactive software application that integrates numerical analysis, block diagram mathematical representations, signal processing and graphics in a graphical interactive environment. It allows to generate source-code (C++ and Java). Available for Macintosh. The Bronze version is free and available for download.
Keywords: continuous time simulation, visual modelling
Last checked: 06.06.2008
Simio
Developed by: S. LLC
Available at: http://www.simio.com/
Abstract
Simio combines Object-Oriented Simulation with Discrete Event, Continuous, and Agent-Based Simulation. Simio implements several technical innovations to overcome the scalability and difficulty of use problems common in most O-O products. While Simio's standard library of objects includes some sophisticated manufacturing objects (like accumulating conveyors that merge), it remains general purpose to effectively model many common applications. The included full 3D animation produces compelling animation. The ability to modify and define intelligent objects using process graphs without programming, makes simulation software easier for decision-makers to use.
Keywords: object-oriented simulation, industrial simulation, discrete event simulation, continuous time simulation, agent-based simulation
Last checked: 13 January 2009
Extendsim
Developed by: I. T. Inc.
Available at: http://www.extendsim.com/
Abstract
Extendsim is a simulation environment used to model, analyze, and optimize processes. It has a lot of features like libraries of components, hierarchies of models, linking with MS Office, and the ability to model continuous, discrete event, and hybrid systems. Extend has its own modeling language (ModL) which resembles C, and the ability to call code from other languages. It has specialized packages for Industrial Systems, Operations Research, and Continuous Process simulations
Keywords: visual modelling, discrete event simulation
Last checked: 06.06.2008
SIMSCRIPT III
Developed by: C. P. Company
Available at: http://www.simscript.com/
Abstract
Free-form, English-like simulation development and modeling language. SIMSCRIPT is designed to be used for discrete-event and combined discrete/continuous simulations. SIMSCRIPT III is an open environment, and permits functions and routines written in other languages like C, C++ or Java to be invoked with simple commands. You get a quick and easy way to interface with specialized libraries, databases and packages like HLA RTI
Keywords: simulation language, object-oriented simulation, discrete event simulation, continuous time simulation
Last checked: 06.06.2008
Berkeley Madonna
Developed by: R. Macey and G. O. of the University of California at Berkeley
Available at: http://www.berkeleymadonna.com/
Abstract
A numerical simulation program for Macintosh and Windows computers. Designed to be a general solver of systems of ordinary differential equations. Developed at the University of California at Berkeley for teaching and research, it has been used for six years in classrooms and laboratories.
Keywords: continuous time simulation, visual modelling, differential equation solver
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