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Visualizing SystemModeler Simulation Results with Mathematica

This course uses a series of examples to show how models and simulation results from Wolfram SystemModeler can be visualized in Mathematica. Examples used in this Wolfram Virtual Conference Spring 2013 talk include heat loss, batteries, satellite controls, solenoid circuits, and more.

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Malte Lenz
This talk shows how new Mathematica and Wolfram Language features can be used to enhance the design and analysis workflow for SystemModeler users.
Jan Brugard
A high-level presentation of what SystemModeler is and how it simplifies modeling and simulation workflows, including model design and analysis.
Johan Rhodin
The SmartCooling library is developed for modeling and simulating cooling circuits especially suited for the automotive domain. This talk will introduce the library and its applications.
Anneli Mossberg
See what's new and improved in SystemModeler Link. Model creation, analysis, and real-time connectivity will be covered.
Leonardo Laguna Ruiz
This talk shows hands-on examples of integating models from SystemModeler with different deployment options, such as FMI, TCP/IP, and Arduino.
Johan Rhodin
The Wolfram Hydraulic library adds complete hydraulic functionality to Wolfram SystemModeler's already powerful modeling capabilities. This talk presents the library components and examples using them.
Robert Palmér
An overview of the new release of SystemModeler, covering new libraries, new and improved functionality, standardized model export, and the deeper integration with Mathematica.
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Jon McLoone
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Arnoud Buzing
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Angela Sims
This presentation covers the wide range of educational mobile applications powered by Wolfram|Alpha, including apps in math, physics, geography, astronomy, and more.
Arnoud Buzing
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Jon McLoone
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Greg Hurst
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