Conference materials about Wolfram technologies: Wolfram Language, Mathematica 10, SystemModeler 4, Wolfram Cloud

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In November 2014, a tour called “Wolfram Technology Era” took place, which was jointly conducted by Wolfram Research and Softline.

As part of the tour, a large number of organizations were visited in Moscow, Kazan and Tbilisi: RANEPA, MSTU. N. E. Bauman, MGUPI, MIEM NRU HSE, LANIT, ITIS KFU, Innopolis University, Tbilisi State University, Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.

You can learn more about these events in the community of Russian-speaking support Wolfram Mathematica VKontakte.

Below are links to conference materials.

Roman Osipov "A detailed review of Mathematica 10 and the Wolfram Cloud"

Presentation is available here .

The presentation and video talk about both the Mathematica system and the Wolfram Language programming language in general, as well as the many innovations that appeared in the recently released 10th version of Wolfram Language ( Mathematica ):

- fundamental language structures - associative arrays, databases, effective ways Code freezes, time series, HTML templates, lines, documents;
- integration with the Wolfram Cloud;
- built-in geometric sublanguage;
- built-in sublanguage of geographical calculations;
- centralized access to Wolfram | Alpha databases and new curated databases;
- Built-in parsers and semantic data interpretation tools;
- functions for the numerical and analytical solution of differential equations (analytical solution of differential equations with a delayed argument, the finite element method for solving the PDE for areas of arbitrary shape, etc.);
- machine learning functions;
- functions of working with dates and time;
- An overview of other built-in functions of a very different orientation: from generating and recognizing QR codes to shortening URLs and building Mandelbrot sets.

The Wolfram Programming Cloud is described in more detail in the video:

Andrey Makarenko “What is Wolfram Mathematica ? And what can she give you personally? ”

Presentation is available here .

The report focuses on effective roadmaps for using Mathematica in research and engineering. A systematic view of the technical positioning of the product relative to other solutions is proposed. The material presented will be useful for beginners and professional users of Mathematica : the first - as a "coordinate system", the second - as "ideas for reflection." Unlike the widespread approach, the report does not discuss the unique Mathematica technologies , but an attempt is made to orient potential users regarding the choice of Wolfram Mathematica as the main computing tool.

Maxim Sakharov "SystemModeler 4"

Presentation is available here .

From the presentation you will learn about:
- a brief history of SystemModeler and its place in the market;
- The main innovations of SystemModeler 4;
- integration with the Wolfram Mathematica 10 system;
- Find examples of creating models.

Resources for learning Wolfram Language (Mathematica) in Russian:

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