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Scaling AnyLogic Models for Mass Runs and Sub-Second Responses


Scaling AnyLogic Models for Mass Runs and Sub-Second Responses

More runs, more users, and more model. More and more is demanded of simulation models as clients analyze greater numbers of scenarios, expand user access, and model in greater detail. How to scale and meet these demands?

PwC emerging technology senior manager Sindy Ma is an expert on scaling simulations. Her presentation at the AnyLogic Conference 2021 showed three real-world case studies of projects that met the challenge of scaling simulations for more scenarios, more users, and more model. Find out more...

Don’t try deep reinforcement learning without this


Don’t try deep reinforcement learning without this

Automated systems have reached their limits and companies wanting to further enhance business processes are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) technologies like machine learning (ML). In an AnyLogic workshop, Microsoft Autonomous Systems Principal Program Manager Kence Anderson explored the advanced decision-making possibilities of ML and showed how Microsoft’s machine teaching concept is achieving faster training times.

The easily accessible workshop session provides a high-level overview of AI’s state of the art with examples from Microsoft and DeepMind research, as well as illustrative Karate Kid analogies.

What happened at the AnyLogic Conference 2021?


What happened at the AnyLogic Conference 2021?

The AnyLogic Conference 2021 was online and presented a record number of cutting-edge simulation models from world-leading organizations to 2000 participants from over 100 countries. Starting in the Tokyo morning and continuing non-stop to the Californian afternoon, for 24 hours, on September 23 the conference followed the sun and gave simulation modelers around the world an opportunity to connect and learn simulation modeling at the cutting-edge.

Here are the presentation slides and recordings...

Python scripting in AnyLogic


Python scripting in AnyLogic

At AnyLogic Conference 2021, Python came to the fore in a presentation by Principal Software Engineer Nikolay Churkov. He informed attendees about ongoing research into making Python a second native scripting language in AnyLogic.

Presently in a preview state, the experimental version of AnyLogic 8 is available for a limited number of users. If you are interested in taking part in the trials of using Python as the scripting language for user code fields, read on!

Be a presenter at The AnyLogic Conference 2020


Be a presenter at The AnyLogic Conference 2020

Did you or your team help solve a major business problem using AnyLogic products? We invite you to submit an abstract to be considered to present at The AnyLogic Conference 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee! Previous presenters featured projects from simulation specialists in Consulting and Strategy as well as industries such as Finance, Manufacturing, Aerospace, Artificial Intelligence, and so many more.

Read on, get the details, and join us in Nashville!

Video: simulation and reinforcement learning – panel discussion


Video: simulation and reinforcement learning – panel discussion

The concepts and the business case for using simulation with reinforcement learning are highlighted by the panelists as they discuss a series of questions from Dr. Anand Rao, PwC Partner and Global AI Lead. With commercial examples that highlight the successes and the challenges of working with the technologies, the participants demonstrate that simulation and deep reinforcement learning are especially suited.

Here is the recording of the session from the 2019 AnyLogic Conference. It’s not the shortest video on our YouTube Channel but it is interesting and informative – cast it to a big screen if you can! Enjoy!

Simulation presentation videos from AnyLogic Conference 2019


Simulation presentation videos from AnyLogic Conference 2019

The videos of the presentations and workshops from AnyLogic Conference 2019 are online. A diverse cross-section of organizations presented insightful and inspiring examples of simulation at work, highlighting the broad adoption of simulation modeling for commercial and industrial interests.

If you know what you want to see, jump straight to the playlist. Otherwise, here is a brief overview of the themes and some content pointers.