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SDX Dynamic Systems Simulation Software

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SDX Modeling, Simulation and Numerical Computing Environment
for science and engineering has now been released.
Major features include:

* A unified simulation environment for modeling virtually any type of
continuous-time (ode), discrete-time (digital), hybrid or multi-rate
dynamic system.

* A flexible "open system" architecture that allows for the creation
of application specific modeling functions or a hook up to external
Fortran scientific resources or components written in C or C++.

* A comprehensive collection of built-in modeling components to
help simulate dynamic effects of diverse physical phenomena such
as rotational (quaternion) kinematics or asynchronous digital filters.

* High performance, matrix exponential based, recursive propagators
that ensure high fidelity simulation, fast execution, unlimited model
size (up to system limits), and full hierarchical invariance.

* Complete support for "scripting" (describing) simulation/analysis
activities which gives the power to conduct experiments of any
complexity in either automatic or interactive mode.

* Run-time (on-the-fly) selection of variables for graphic and numeric
display, including selective data logging to disk files.

* Ability to interactively control simulation execution, including
run-time selection of computational speed modes - from slow motion
to real-time to fast forward at processor capacity.

* Full support for application specific toolboxes (custom built or
imported) enabling rapid development of applications for multi-physics
processes, including unfettered reuse of extensive software resources
on the web.

* Full control over the modeling and simulation process instead of the
other way around. Prototyping, experimentation or testing of alternate
designs is free from the constraints of the complex graphical code mix
"featured" elsewhere.

* Ability to convert legacy applications, evolutionary models, or static
computation tasks into Visual applications (Windows native) without
writing a single line of Win32 API code.

SDX runs on all flavors of Windows from Win95 to WinXP. It is compatible
with Compaq Visual Fortran (CVF) compiler and it seamlessly integrates
with Microsoft Visual Studio development environment.

Further information and contacts:
email: in**

Jan 24 '06 #1
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Tim Silva <in**> wrote:
A from address of ...nospam... so you don't like spam, yes...

SDX runs on all flavors of Windows from Win95 to WinXP.
you are spamming something that is not portable, since it only runs on a
few flavours of Windows and nothing else..
It is compatible
with Compaq Visual Fortran (CVF) compiler and it seamlessly integrates

And seems to be for use with Fortran. So what made you think it had any
relevance to a group for discussing the C language?
Flash Gordon
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Although my email address says spam, it is real and I read it.
Jan 24 '06 #2

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