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Hi thanks for joining this virtual conference My name is Jan Brugard, and I am the manager of the development team of SystemModeler. In this virtual conference, you will learn the basics of SystemModeler It will be dived into four separate sessions In this, the first session, I will introduce the basic concepts of the tool It will give you an idea of how you could be using the product In the following three sessions, my colleague, Patrik Ekenberg will take you step-by-step from learning how to simulate ready-made models, to creating your own models using drag-and-drop Taking you from the level of model consumer, to model developer This part will be more hands-on and you will be able to follow along if you have SystemModeler installed on your computer and repeat what Patrik is doing During all of the sessions you will be able to ask questions through the chat and Patrik and I will be replying them directly in the chat, or orally in-between sessions depending on the question The world of system modeling is huge, and modeling can mean many different things You might use pen and paper to draw a model of something, use some CAD tool, or even a 3D printer, or you might be developing mathematical models of different kinds The method will depend on the type of system you are studying and the task at hand So let us look at what SystemModeler focuses on SystemModeler is developed to study the dynamics of systems or even systems of systems The system can be something relatively simple such as a pendulum, or may be something more complicated like an aircraft or a propulsion We start by looking at the aircraft example We might want to study its flight dynamics Or in the case of life science, we might want to look at the population and see how sickle cell disease is spreading through a population we distinguish between two different types of usage as a model developer you either develop models for your own use, or for someone else to consume As an example you might be teaching population dynamics and would the like your students to be able to explore how different traits effect a population then you can develop a virtual lab consisting of a model with user interface that allows the students to explore the traits Here we can see how we are step-by-step, through drag-and-drop building up a model for studying of sickle cell anemia

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Language: English
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Posted by: wolfram on Jun 19, 2018


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