The Mathematica Journal
Volume 10, Issue 2


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Wolfram Workbench
Wolfram Workbench is the new state-of-the-art integrated development environment (IDE) that incorporates Mathematica technologies.

webMathematica 2.3
webMathematica 2.3 features the 64-bit performance of Mathematica 5.2, capitalizing on increased memory and CPU availability across all major platforms.

Mathematica Applications

Cluster Integration Package
The new Cluster Integration Package is a free add-on that enables out-of-the-box operation of gridMathematica on Microsoft Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003. It provides a direct interface to cluster management systems from within gridMathematica and allows compute kernels to be administered with a single one-line command.

GeometricalGeodesy provides a comprehensive framework for solving fundamental geodesy and analytical cartography problems. It computes coordinates in various data and coordinate systems, contains algorithms for classical forward and inverse problems, and enables computations with a wide variety of methods.

Global Optimization 5.2
Global Optimization adds enhanced power and reliability for solving constrained and unconstrained nonlinear problems, including those with non-real regions. It is now twice as fast for constrained problems and can solve problems with over 20,000 variables.

KNITRO for Mathematica
KNITRO, the industry-standard software for large-scale nonlinear optimization, is now available for Mathematica. KNITRO for Mathematica solves general nonlinear constrained, linear programming, quadratic programming, unconstrained, and least-squares problems, as well as systems of nonlinear equations.

LensLab is an entry-level ray tracing package ideal for developing equipment and experimental setups to determine optical component specifications and system layouts.

machine learning framework 1.5
machine learning framework now includes new features for multi-method data mining projects and improves existing methods and cross-validation techniques. The new version supports the Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X platforms.

MathCode C++ 1.3
MathCode C++ now supports Fourier and InverseFourier as well as complex functions, complex arrays, and a Complex data type. Using MathCode C++, programmers can prototype their software in Mathematica and automatically translate the code to stand-alone C++.

MathCode F90
Expanded functionality makes it easy to develop applications based on Fortran 90 code in Mathematica. The new version supports the seamless integration of image processing code.

Mathematica Link for LabVIEW 2.1
Mathematica Link for LabVIEW allows users to control a LabVIEW Virtual Instrument (VI) from within Mathematica or to call the Mathematica kernel from within a LabVIEW VI, such as those used for data acquisition and control. The new version supports LabVIEW 8.0.

Polynomial Control Systems
Polynomial Control Systems works with the Control System Professional application package to offer new tools for the modeling, analysis, and design of linear control systems described by polynomial matrix equations or by matrices with rational polynomial elements.

Rayica 2
Rayica gives scientists fine granularity and control for modeling innovative optical instruments, including aspherical lenses, optical fibers, resonating cavities, and custom surfaces. The package features over 6800 predefined commercial optical parts, which can be used to define new elements with their own symbolic equations.

Statistical Inference Package
Statistical Inference Package leverages Mathematica's capabilities for numerics and symbolics, graphics, and programming to provide a seamless environment for doing classical-likelihood-based statistical inference.

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