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Date Archive: 2017 July

Announcements & Events

Announcing SystemModeler 5: Symbolic Parametric Simulation, Modular Reconfigurability and 200 New Built-in Components

Explore the contents of this article with a free Wolfram SystemModeler trial. Our goal with SystemModeler is to provide a state-of-the-art environment for modeling, simulation---and analytics---that leverages the Wolfram technology stack and builds on the Modelica standard for systems description (that we helped to develop). SystemModeler is routinely used by the world's engineering organizations on some of the world's most complex engineering systems—as well as in fields such as life sciences and social science. We've been pursuing the development of what is now SystemModeler for more than 15 years, adding more and more sophistication to the capabilities of the system. And today we're pleased to announce the latest step forward: SystemModeler 5.
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The Practical Business of Ontology: A Tale from the Front Lines

The Philosophy of Chemicals “We’ve just got to decide: is a chemical like a city or like a number?” I spent my day yesterday—as I have for much of the past 30 years—designing new features of the Wolfram Language. And yesterday afternoon one of my meetings was a fast-paced discussion about how to extend the […]

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Books from around the (Wolfram) World!

We're always excited to see what new things people have created using Wolfram technologies. As the broad geographical distribution of Wolfram Community contributors illustrates, people all over the world are doing great things with the Wolfram Language. In this vein, today we want to highlight some recent books written in languages other than English that utilize Wolfram technologies. From engineering to statistics, these books provide valuable information for those looking to dig a little deeper into scientific applications of the Wolfram Language.