Scilab takes part in European project named
funded by FP6 call5 Embedded Systems. hArtes aims to lay
the foundation for a new holistic (end-to-end) approach
for complex real-time embedded system design, with the
latest algorithm exploration tools and reconfigurable
From the application point of view, the complexity of
future multimedia devices is becoming too big to design
monolithic processing platforms. This is where the hArtes
approach with reconfigurable heterogeneous system becomes
Investments in industries and research labs are done too many times in the
scientific computing area. Therefore,
will propose to build up the
necessary frame to make it easy through interoperability, open standards
(for open or commercial applications) and using some Open Source easy-to-use
Scientific Computing has to enter the world of industrialized solutions.
Shared standards and interoperability should be the rule, no the exception any.
This is the aim of the SCOS project: make the scientist's life easiest, sharing
tools and results with its colleague when needed.
The Multidisciplinary Optimization project
is an initiative gathering
public laboratories and companies around the optimization of complex systems.
This project is supported by the participants and the National Agency of French
Research / National Network of Software Technologies (ANR/RNTL).
Exploratory project OMD proposes the development of tools for collaborative
optimization and robust. These tools will be validated on three real cases
of the aircraft, space and automobile industries. They will be joined together
in free Scilab software platform.
Scilab used in Eurocodes
Harmonised technical rules for the design of construction throughout Europe.
of the French Ministry of Equipment.
Scilab - LabVIEW™ Gateway
Connecting LabVIEW with Scilab … and getting Scilab’s power through LabVIEW.
Download Scilab - LabVIEW Gateway. LabVIEW is a trademark of National Instruments.
Scilab is an open source software. There are many ways to contribute to Scilab,
and users are invited to share their experience of Scilab by submitting their
own functions, toolboxes, introduction to Scilab, user guides, translations etc.
Your contribution to Scilab is welcome.
See the dedicated web pages.
Scicos: Scilab's block diagram modeler/simulator
Developped by Metalau research-team, from
Rocquencourt Research Unit, Scicos is a graphical dynamical system
modeler and simulator toolbox.
Scicos is used for applications in control, communication, signal processing,
queuing systems, electromechanical, physical and biological systems.
With Scicos you can create block diagrams to model and simulate the dynamics
of hybrid dynamical systems and generate standalone C source code.
Note that Scicos is delivered into Scilab.
For more details, read Scicos web site…
Numerical Mathematics Consortium
News release - Oct. 2, 2006
Numerical Mathematics Consortium Updates Open Standard for Algorithm Development.
Revised Specification Addresses New Functions and Lays Foundation for Active Involvement.
See the Press release
Find the European site of the NMC, the press releases and the works in
progress about development of the semantics of the mathematical functions.