Modeling and simulation tool

  • 18-Feb-2009 03:57 EST

Maplesoft­’s high-per­formance multidomain modeling and simulation tool MapleSim is available in a Japanese edition. The software tool reduces the time required to bring products to market by using physical modeling techniques. With the Japanese edition of MapleSim, engineers have access to a modeling and simulation tool along with a symbolic computing engine. With the physical modeling techniques in MapleSim, users create a system diagram on the screen in the same way they would draw it on paper. The model equations are then generated automatically. MapleSim applies symbolic preprocessing techniques to these model equations, creating simplified and highly efficient models. Code generated from these simplified models can be exported to real-time and other applications. MapleSim contains tools for model design and analysis including dynamic analysis, control design, and optimization.

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