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Title

Principles of Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1
Author

Peter Fritzson
Organization: MathCore Engineering AB
Book information

Publisher: IEEE Press (New Jersey)
Copyright year: 2004
ISBN: 0471471631
Medium: Paperback
Pages: 897
Out of print?: N
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Contents

Introduction to Modeling and Simulation | A Quick Tour of Modelica | Classes, Types, and Declarations | Inheritance, Modifications, and Generics | Components, Connectors, and Connections | Literals, Operators, and Expressions | Arrays | Equations | Algorithms and Functions | Packages | Annotations, Units, and Quantities | System Modeling Methodology and Continuous Model Representation | Discrete Event, Hybrid, and Concurrency Modeling | Basic Laws of Nature | Application Examples | Modelica Library Overview | A Mathematical Representation for Modelica Models | Techniques and Research | Environments | Appendix A: Modelica Formal Syntax | Appendix B: Mathematica-Style Modelica Syntax | Appendix C: Solutions to Exercises | Appendix D: Modelica Standard Library | Appendix E: Modelica Scripting Commands | Appendix F: Related Object-Oriented Modeling Languages | Appendix G: A Modelica XML Representation | References | Index
Description

Designed for students, researchers, and engineers familiar with basic programming concepts, this book gives a basic introduction to the concepts of modeling and simulation, the basics of object-oriented component-based modeling for the novice, and a comprehensive overview of modeling and simulation in a number of application areas. It provides a tutorial and reference for the Modelica 2.1 (including some anticipated extensions) complete with a comprehensive overview of application model libraries from many domains. Executable examples are included from many areas--physics, mechanics, electrical systems, thermodynamics, flow systems, computer science, concurrent and real-time processes, biology, ecology, chemistry, economy, etc.

Samples of executable models, teaching material, interactive tutorials, and recent book updates are available at the book's website, http://www.mathcore.com/drmodelica.
Subjects

*Applied Mathematics > Visualization
*Engineering
*Engineering > Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
*Engineering > Control Theory
*Engineering > Electrical Engineering
*Engineering > Mechanical and Structural Engineering
*Mathematica Technology > Application Packages > Additional Applications > MathModelica
*Mathematica Technology > Front End > Notebook Manipulation
*Mathematica Technology > Programming > Packages and Contexts
*Mathematica Technology > Programming > Symbolic Computation
Keywords

Modeling, simulation, object-oriented
URL

http://www.mathcore.com/drmodelica
http://www.modelica.org