System Modeling Overview
Models of dynamic systems are an important tool for understanding, design and analysis in many domains, including mechanical systems, electrical systems, information systems, industrial systems, life sciences, social sciences and many more. Furthermore, most real-world applications include multiple such domains in the same system, interacting dynamically over domain boundaries. The system modeling functionality in the Wolfram Language provides powerful tools for simulation, analytics and programmatic model creation capabilities. The wide array of algorithms available in the Wolfram Language allows seamlessly switching between easy-to-use functions and building your own advanced custom workflows. The Wolfram SystemModeler product provides an interactive graphical interface for model creation, exploration and simulation. With shared state and seamless switching, the two user interfaces complement each other with fully integrated workflows.
SystemModelExamples — explore simulation-ready examples
SystemModelSimulate — simulate a model
SystemModelParametricSimulate — simulate for parameter variation, optimization, etc.
SystemModelPlot — plot simulation results
SystemModel — find detailed properties for models and components
CreateSystemModel — create models from differential and algebraic equations
SystemModelCalibrate — calibrate model parameters with measurement data
"MO" — Import Modelica models
SystemModeler — start SystemModeler modeling and simulation environment