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Advanced System Level Modeling
May 14, 2013
Scientific Computing and Instrumentation
“As such, it is exceptionally useful for prototyping and debugging a wide variety of engineering systems. The system integration between the math and the action of the physical systems is so tight that equation simplification merely creates a more efficient model….The system is touted as fully “white box”, meaning the underlying math is fully transparent, as are the subsystems workings.”
Maple Global Optimization Toolbox Offers New Problem-Solving Capabilities
May 14, 2013
Desktop Engineering
“The release features new solver methods and more options that allow customers to guide the search for the solution based on their knowledge of the particular problem. For example, customers can select different methods for locating promising new points in the design space or control the balance between computation speed and probability of success, the company says.”
Optimization Toolbox
May 14, 2013
R&D Magazine
“The objective of global optimization is to find the best possible solution in models that have a number of sub-optimal local solutions that meet the requirements but are not the best possible answer. Leveraging the optimization technology from Optimus, the Maple Global Optimization Toolbox is now even more powerful.”
MapleSim modeling & simulation supports advanced model development, analysis
April 23, 2013
Avionics Intelligence
“Other improvements include expanded connectivity options with the new MapleSim Connector for JMAG-RT, enhanced support for Modelica, and a new transparency option for the visualization of multibody objects that allows engineers to add additional visual context to their models.”
Faster, more flexible modelling
April 23, 2013
Electronic Specifier
Maplesoft has announced a new release of MapleSim, the advanced system-level modelling and simulation platform. With improved performance, more tools for programmatic analysis and model development and expanded connectivity options, MapleSim 6.1 helps engineers meet and exceed their system-level requirements.
Paul Goossens’ video interview
April 23, 2013
SAE Automotive Engineering International
Paul Goossens, Maplesoft's Vice President of Engineering Solutions, speaks with AEI at the SAE 2013 World Congress.
Maplesoft enables simulations on real-time platforms
April 23, 2013
Automotive Engineering international
“Maplesoft on April 17 announced a new release of MapleSim, the advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform for engineers in automotive and other industries. MapleSim 6.1 features improvements to the simulation engine, enabling simulations to be produced faster, according to the SAE 2013 World Congress participant.”
Updated Modeling and Simulation Platform
April 23, 2013
R&D Magazine
“With improved performance, more tools for programmatic analysis and model development, and expanded connectivity options, MapleSim 6.1 helps engineers meet and exceed their system-level requirements.”
MapleSim Updated for Advanced Model Development and Analysis
April 23, 2013
Desktop Engineering
“In the new release, improvements to the simulation engine mean that MapleSim can produce faster simulations. In addition, the MapleSim Application Programming Interface (API), a collection of procedures for manipulating, simulating, and analyzing a model in the Maple document environment, has been expanded to provide more flexibility for model creation and analysis.”
Maple helps Discover Mathematics-based Gömböc Shape
April 14, 2013
Scientific Computing and Instrumentation
“The invention of Gömböc is the culmination of a long process of mathematical research and Maple, the mathematical computation engine from Maplesoft, played an important role in its discovery. The yet-undiscovered shape was known to be a convex mono-monostatic object — a three-dimensional object, which because of its geometry had only one possible way to balance upright. Domokos and Várkonyi identified a two-parameter family of objects, all of which had the desired mono-monostatic property. However, not all of them were convex. Maple was used to identify the convex shapes and thus prove the existence of the shape. The process involved a large amount of complex, precise mathematical computation, and Maple’s symbolic computation power made it possible.”
Engineering, Mathematical, and Scientific System Updated
March 24, 2013
Desktop Engineering
“Performance has also been enhanced with improvements to frequently called routines and algorithms as well as in the low-level infrastructure of memory management, according to Maplesoft. By way of an example, the company cites a new memory manager that takes advantage of multiple processors. This, says Maplesoft, allows computations to run 10% faster on average, with memory-intensive computations running up to 50% faster.”
Interaktive Mathematik
March 24, 2013
C’t (Germany)
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