ScicosLab

Summary

ScicosLab
ScicosLab 4.4b7 Screenshot.PNG
Screenshot of ScicosLab 4.4 beta 7 running under Windows 7
Developer(s)Metalau Project-team and ENPC
Stable release
4.4.2 / October 3, 2015; 6 years ago (2015-10-03)
Operating systemLinux, Windows, Mac OS X
TypeTechnical computing
LicenseScilab License
Websitewww.scicoslab.org

ScicosLab is a software package providing a multi-platform environment for scientific computation. It is based on the official Scilab 4.x (BUILD4) distribution, and includes the modeling and simulation tool Scicos and a number of other toolboxes.

The latest stable version of ScicosLab is ScicosLab 4.4.2.[1]

It is possible that Scilab/Scicos is currently the most complete alternative to commercial packages for dynamic systems modeling and simulation packages such as MATLAB/Simulink and MATRIXx/SystemBuild."[2]

Features

ScicosLab runs, and is available in binary format, for the main available platforms like Unix/Linux workstations, Microsoft Windows, and MacOSX. Scicoslab was based in Scilab and Scicos, but it was forked from them. Currently it is separated from the new versions evolution in order to maintain compatibility among them.

See also

External links

  • ScicosLab Homepage
  • Scilab License
  • Scicos Homepage
  • Maxplus Homepage
  • Scicos-FLEX Homepage - Scicos-FLEX is a toolbox for code generation for embedded microcontrollers
  • E4Coder: The toolset based on ScicosLab for simulation and code generation for embedded devices

References

  1. ^ "ScicosLab Download". ScicosLab. Retrieved 2016-05-27.
  2. ^ Campbell, Stephen L.; Chancelier, Jean-Philippe; Nikoukhah, Ramine (2010). Modeling and Simulation in Scilab/Scicos with ScicosLab 4.4 (Second ed.). Springer Science+Business Media. p. V. doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-5527-2. ISBN 978-1-4419-5527-2.