XMLlab-1.4 final release

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  1. XMLlab-1.4 final release is out !

    XMLlab is an XML-based simulation authoring environment. The proposed
    description language allows to describe mathematical objects such as
    systems of ordinary differential equations, systems of non-linear
    equations, partial differential equations in two dimensions, or simple
    curves and surfaces. It also allows to describe the parameters on which
    these objects depend. This language is independent of the software and
    allows to ensure a relative perennity of authors work, as well as
    collaborative work and content reuse.

    The simulation is written in XML, according to the DTD file, then
    transformed into a Scilab-executable file (Scilab is a Matlab-like
    software, free scientific software package, produced by the INRIA).

    Many examples/screenshots at http://xmllab.org

    S.
     
    =?ISO-8859-1?Q?St=E9phane_Mottelet?=, Sep 26, 2005
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