In December 2012 two remarkable simulation events took place in Berlin – Winter Simulation Conference 2012 and the first AnyLogic Conference on multimethod modeling. Both events attracted a lot of attention and we would like to share with you the materials we received during the conferences.
This November the AnyLogic team completed a roadshow to several Chinese universities and research institutes. The visit was organized by our partner in China, Beijing Carila Tech. This roadshow allowed AnyLogic users to interactively communicate with the developers. The agenda included a training course, workshop and several presentations.
Two editions of the "AnyLogic 6 in Three Days" book are available now: Full color, 8.5 x 8.5" (21.6 x 21.6 cm) and Black and white, 7.5 x 9.25" (19 x 23.5 cm). You can find the full price information at our web site: http://www.anylogic.com/anylogic-in-3-days More good news! The book is available at amazon.ca and amazon.co.jp now.
In addition to the traditional System dynamics toolset, AnyLogic offers several important extensions. The first part of the new chapter, which is already available on the website, explains the techniques and specialties of building system dynamic models in AnyLogic environment.
The Big Book of AnyLogic has been recently updated! The chapter "How to build agent based models. Field service example" considers the design process of an agent based model at a very detailed level; from conceptual design to animation and optimization experiments.
AnyLogic developers don't need to envy iOS developers since they can now generate apps - unlimited runtime licenses - as easy as: file/save as. That's right, you can create a fully independent, self-running application on any OS that requires NO activation or registration on the part of your customers or co-workers. They don't need AnyLogic... just the ability to double-click! These apps include all the controls you designed for experiments as well as the ability to read/write data from external sources.
Meet the XJ Technologies development team! Normally we don't let them out much (that's why they're squinting in this unaccustomed daylight scene). We like to keep them in their chairs. Working long quiet hours. Not bothering anybody much. Every once in a while we give 'em a free t-shirt.