The software’s enhancements include tools to speed up testing and experimentation process and improved connectivity.
MapleSim is based on the open standard Modelica modelling language for describing physical models and components.
In MapleSim 6 support for Modelica is enhanced in many ways making it even easier for researchers to take control of their modelling and analysis.
MapleSim 6 includes a view that instantly shows the corresponding Modelica code for any subsystem or component.
By looking at the code researchers can tell precisely what their model is doing and more easily correct or improve its behaviour.
Other Modelica features include the ability to open and immediately use Modelica files inside MapleSim; the ability to easily save any MapleSim model as a Modelica file; and, through the new MapleSim Connector for FMI, the ability to export MapleSim models in a standard format that was established with the help of the Modelica Association which is easily understood by other FMI-compliant tools.
MapleSim 6 also offers several features that reduce development time by speeding up the testing and experimentation process. MapleSim 6 supports the ability to access external code directly from within their simulations.
For example, customers can simplify their testing by calling external controller code directly from within MapleSim instead of exporting the MapleSim model to another tool. MapleSim 6 also includes a new “snapshots” feature that speeds up experimentation by allowing customers to start experiments from any time-step and initial condition without having to rerun the model every time.
This release also provides the ability to run batch simulations and optimisations in parallel, taking advantage of multiple CPUs to complete the computations significantly faster.
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