THE MATHWORKS ANNOUNCES SHIPMENT OF SIMULINK ON MICROSOFT WINDOWSTHE MATHWORKS MathWorks - The MathWorks, Inc. ANNOUNCES SHIPMENT OF SIMULINK Simulink, developed by The MathWorks, is a tool for modeling, simulating and analyzing multidomain dynamic systems. Its primary interface is a graphical block diagramming tool and a customizable set of block libraries. ON MICROSOFT WINDOWS See Windows.
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NATICK, Mass., June 29 /PRNewswire/ -- The Mathworks, Inc. today announced the shipment of the Microsoft Windows (MS-Windows) version of SIMULINK, a highly interactive and intuitive computer aided engineering tool for the simulation of nonlinear dynamic systems. Previously known as SIMULAB, SIMULINK was recently renamed to reflect The Mathworks' intent to build upon the SIMULINK/MATLAB open architecture and offer expanded solutions that leverage the simulation, modeling, analysis, and design capabilities in the current product line. SIMULINK's ability to be easily "linked" or integrated with other products forms the foundation for a wide range of tailored and integrated simulation solutions. SIMULINK is targeted at electrical, mechanical, chemical, aerospace and automotive engineering applications and is appropriate for anyone modeling real-world, time varying systems. By using industry-standard graphical user interfaces and windowing systems such as Windows, OSF/Motif, X Windows and Macintosh, SIMULINK eliminates the need to program in traditional simulation languages or learn proprietary windowing systems. Available immediately on Macintosh, 386- and 486-based PCs running MS-DOS and MS-Windows, Sun SPARCstation, Apollo, DEC VAX/VMX, DEC RISC, and HP9000/300 and 400 systems, SIMULINK gives users a way to build and test systems in minutes rather than days. SIMULINK is a 32-bit program that comes bundled with the MathWorks' popular MATLAB numeric computation and data analysis software. It takes advantage of extended and virtual memory, thereby eliminating restrictions on model size and enabling the modeling and simulation of large or complex models. Consequently, SIMULINK users on PC platforms will have the power and flexibility in the system design and analysis process previously offered only on workstations. SIMULINK includes a complete set of tools for modeling and analyzing dynamic systems, including linear, nonlinear, continuous-time, discrete- time, hybrid and multirate models. It enables the transfer and exchange of models between computer platforms. SIMULINK also provides a flexible environment in which systems can be described graphically in block diagram form or mathematically by differential and difference equations. Users can easily define, analyze and communicate complex model behavior in SIMULINK through hierarchical model structures. In addition, on- screen simulation capabilities enable users to modify system parameters and solver methods interactively during a simulation and see results immediately. A built-in-block library in SIMULINK provides a comprehensive set of functions and enables users to create new blocks and include existing models using C, Fortran or MATLAB code. SIMULINK for Windows is priced at $3,995 in the U.S. and educational discounts are available. The MathWorks, Inc., based in Natick, develops and markets high- performance interactive engineering and scientific software for numeric computation, visualization and system simulation. The MathWorks' products are distributed worldwide. -0- 6/29/92 /CONTACT: Joanne Dawson of The Mathworks, 508-653-1415, or Mary Maguire of Rourke & Company, 617-267-0042, for The Mathworks/ CO: The MathWorks, Inc. ST: Massachusetts IN: CPR SU:
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