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Wolfram SystemModeler: Modelica Language Concepts

This video from the Wolfram SystemModeler Virtual Conference 2012 covers core concepts of the Modelica language, which is used by Wolfram SystemModeler. You'll learn how key principles of the language are used in modeling dynamic systems.

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