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Rand Model Designer 7.1.4

Rand Model Designer - A comprehensive piece of software that works as an integrated environment for modelling complex dynamical systems

Rand Model Designer is a robust application that enables you to create and run numerous models of dynamical systems in an integrated environment.

From the plain UI you can access the Project Manager, Class Identifier and Behavior Charts in their dedicated panels. This way, it is possible to view your project and also edit properties.

To start a new project you will need to enter its name and the folder where it should be saved. Then, you can select the model type, which can be block diagram, continuous elementary object and general.

The program allows you to add icons and superclasses, save the model as class, create new parameters and convert an item into a hybrid object, isolated system or compound object. Furthermore, Rand Model Designer makes it possible to insert new constants, functions, variables and procedures.

You can also input the mathematical calculations required to create the model from the app’s equation editor.

Rand Model Designer 7.1.4 is licensed as Trial for the Windows operating system / platform. Rand Model Designer is provided as a free to try download for all software users (Trial).

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