An Intelligent Mathematical Modelling System - Mathmodel
Final rept. 1 Aug 1988-31 Mar 1989
COMPUTER COMMAND AND CONTROL CO PHILADELPHIA PA
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A system, called MATHMODEL was developed by X. Ge in his research at the University of Pennsylvania. It is a very complex and large multi-phase system. It consists of 142 modules and 60,000 lines of PL1 code. MATHMODEL is based on an old 1984 version of MODEL system, which automatically translates equational specifications into highly efficient programs in PL1. Computer Command and Control Company CCCC has a much more advanced and reliable version of MODEL that generates programs in several languages PL1, C and Ada and that runs on several computers IBM and Digital. It also generates programs that can be executed in parallel on distributed computers. Most important, CCCCs MODEL contains many more operations useful in mathematical modelling e.g. matrix algebra, relational algebra, etc. This version is much more reliable and robust and is well documented. The project has merged MATHMODELs capabilities with those of CCCCs MODEL and has transformed MATHMODEL into a greatly more effective tool for mathematical modelling than any system developed to date.
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