Short: An Analog Computer/Simulator for the Amiga.
Author: erb@telerama.lm.com (Robert Berkey)
Uploader: erb telerama lm com (Robert Berkey - Geri Guinto)
Type: misc/sci
Version: 1.1
Requires: 0.5 MEG, WB 1.3 or greater.
Architecture: m68k-amigaos
ACES - Analog Computer Emulator System Version 1.1
ACES is a program, designed for the AMIGA, to emulate the operation of
an analog computer system. ACES permits solving small systems of
differential equations commonly found in the engineering and scientific
disciplines. ACES uses a simple block-oriented language to implement the
system equations in analog format. There is a one-to-one coorespondence
between the instantaneous values of the mathematical equations and the
output of the implemented analog element blocks. ACES is only an emulator
and does not really solve all system equations in parallel but comes
very close to emulating a parallel analog system in continous time.
ACES features an analog-style control panel, a simulated X-Y
plotter,and an on-screen data editor. Good quality plotted output can be
obtained by exporting the plot data to several external plotting
programs. ACES is designed to execute on any Amiga with 500K or more
memory and AmigaDos Version 1.3, or greater, operating system.
ACES is freely distributable as Giftware. All rights, to the program,
are reserved by the author. It is asked that all files in the
distribution be kept intact. The "Analog_Emulator" drawer can be copied
to and everything executed from a hard drive.
Binary only. Author: Robert Berkey