Webinar: Custom Libraries in AnyLogic – Enabling Model Building at Scale for Enterprise Simulation

Date: December 1, 4 – 5 pm UTC (convert to your local time)

Attendance: free

Language: English

In this webinar, we'll show how AnyLogic's custom libraries can be used to employ a "develop once, use indefinitely" approach to simulation modeling. With custom libraries, you can create custom objects in AnyLogic from a mix of out-of-the-box creation tools such as flowchart blocks, state charts, or even pure logic. These assets can then be exported as an object library, possibly shared with the rest of the modeling team for use in future projects, and can be directly integrated into the software alongside the built-in libraries.

The topics will start out high level, covering the benefits that development into custom libraries can offer any modeler – whether you're a single user or part of a growing team.

As we go on, topics will get increasingly technical. You'll see both how easy it is to get started and how deep and nuanced the possibilities are!

Webinar Agenda:

  • Using custom libraries for scaling the model building workflow within a team
  • Demystifying custom libraries, showcasing their surprising simplicity
  • How custom libraries play a role in larger model development
  • Use cases for types of custom model assets
  • Workflow tips for building effective custom libraries
  • Live Q&A

Webinar Host

Dr. Arash Mahdavi

Dr. Arash Mahdavi is The AnyLogic Company's AI & Simulation Program Manager in North America. He is the author of the textbook “The Art of Process-Centric Modeling with AnyLogic” and has trained hundreds of professionals and faculty members from Fortune 100 companies and elite research universities. Arash holds a PhD degree in civil engineering from Purdue University.

Webinar Speaker

Tyler Wolfe-Adam

Tyler Wolfe-Adam works as a Simulation Modeling Specialist, providing technical support and helping to advance the AnyLogic AI initiative. He was a co-author of the AnyLogic white paper on AI and Simulation and is the developer of the Pypeline and Alpyne libraries. He received his degree in Computer Science from DePaul University.