Mathematica 5.2, the 64-bit multicore release, brings 64-bit technology
to all supported platforms--an industry first. More than 4.3GB of memory
(the 32-bit address limit) can now be addressed, and high-precision or
large numbers are processed in 64-bit rather than 32-bit digit chunks
for faster computation.
Wolfram Mathematica CalcCenter
Characterized as having "the power of Mathematica, the ease of
a calculator," Mathematica CalcCenter 3 offers an award-winning
interface--getting users up and running in as little as 10
minutes--while delivering industrial-strength performance and
gridMathematica 2 harnesses Mathematica's many powerful new
capabilities and is optimized for virtually all Top 500 supercomputers,
heterogeneous grids or clusters, and personal workstations.
webMathematica 2.2 capitalizes on the recent improvements in
Mathematica--especially for working with large-scale, diverse types of
data--to provide expanded web-development options for creating powerful
Parallel Computing Toolkit 2
Parallel Computing Toolkit 2 is a versatile parallel computing
solution for anyone with access to more than one processor. This Mathematica application
package enables users to tackle large-scale problems and build
platform-independent parallel programs with their existing
Analog Insydes 2.1
Analog Insydes is a Mathematica application package for
the modeling, analysis, and design of analog electronic circuits, tailored
specifically for industrial applications. This version adds new
interfaces for Spectre, an extended device model library, and full
integration of high-performance MathLink binaries on Mac OS X.
MathCode F90 is a powerful tool for developing highly optimized
Fortran 90 applications directly in Mathematica. It provides a
platform for the rapid development of production-quality code for
heavy simulations and other expensive computations. The automatic code
generation of MathCode F90 is also a safeguard against the
typing errors and associated bugs encountered when using conventional
methods for prototyping and implementation.
MathOptimizer Professional enables the global and local
solution of a general class of continuous optimization problems, and
now supports Linux and several new compilers. It combines the power of
Mathematica with the established LGO (Lipschitz Global
Optimizer) solver suite to offer sophisticated application development
tools and solver functionality.
Operations Research 3.1
Operations Research works with Mathematica to solve
problems in linear optimization, quadratic programming, shortest path,
and combinatorial optimization and heuristics. It solves a broad range
of typical problems encountered in university courses and in daily
practical work, and can model and solve optimization problems in a
very convenient and interactive manner.
UnRisk PRICING ENGINE 2.2
UnRisk PRICING ENGINE combines speed with precision in the
analysis of financial derivatives. By integrating
Mathematica with optimized C++ libraries, it provides an
extremely reliable ready-built solution that offers both the
flexibility of a high-level programming language and the speed
necessary for production use.
Updates for Mathematica Compatibility
Many other Mathematica application packages have been updated
for compatibility with the latest versions of Mathematica. These
updates are free to registered users of the packages, and
are ready for immediate download.