Module connects graphical modeling with mathematical software

Jan. 26, 2010
Module connects graphical modeling with mathematical software

The updated MapleSim Connector works with hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) products from National Instruments such as LabView and VeriStand to help users quickly develop complex engineering models in MapleSim's intuitive graphical modeling environment. The software optimizes model code for high-speed real-time simulation.
Maplesoft, 615 Kumpf Dr., Waterloo, Ont., Canada, N2V1K8, (8000 267-6583, www.maplesoft.com

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