AnyLogic Conference 2021おいて、PythonをAnyLogicの2番目のネイティブスクリプト言語にするために、現在進行中の技術開発について、AnyLogicの上級ソフトウェアエンジニアであるNikolay Churkovが発表しました。
The videos of the presentations and workshops from AnyLogic Conference 2019 are online. A diverse cross-section of organizations presented insightful and inspiring examples of simulation at work, highlighting the broad adoption of simulation modeling for commercial and industrial interests.
If you know what you want to see, jump straight to the playlist. Otherwise, here is a brief overview of the themes and some content pointers.
The AnyLogic Conference 2019 made clear how simulation modeling continues to empower all kinds of industries from all around the world. The exciting progress being made in machine learning and its strengthening relationship with simulation also featured strongly throughout the event.
Here we have gathered the presentations for download and also posted some photos!
The format for the AnyLogic Conference, this April 17-18 is slightly different for 2019 and includes a panel discussion in addition to the more familiar presentations and workshops.
Also, ticket prices will go up in price on April 5th, so get them now for the best deal and join us in Austin, Texas! Here’s why you should!
Reinforcement Learning, that’s where all the action is these days says Lyle Wallis, Advisory Analytics Director at PwC. It is also what connects Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Simulation. How so? And why is this important?
In a presentation at the AnyLogic Conference 2018, Lyle explained the various uses of simulation in artificial intelligence as well as its importance. Read on and find out more...
In response to changes in industry, there are changes to this year’s AnyLogic Conference. In a way, this mirrors the relationship developing between simulation and machine learning – each benefiting from the input and feedback of each other.
Read on for the conference low-down...
Benjamin Schumann is an experienced AnyLogic practitioner, with many years of experience simulating business problems. At the AnyLogic Conference he shared his best practices. Built on almost ten years of commercial and academic simulation modeling with AnyLogic, the presentation is specially designed to provide invaluable information for beginners, advanced users, and experts.
Many interesting talks were given at the AnyLogic Conference, here they are, captured on video. Topics include: Industry 4.0, artificial intelligence, and digital twins, to name just a few. There is also a detailed introduction to the new Material Handling Library and best practices for Beginner, Advanced, and ‘Crack’ AnyLogic users.
These videos illustrate how AnyLogic simulation software is being applied across multiple industries to solve real-world problems and deliver the latest advances most effectively.