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CyberUnits curated by SciCrunch

CyberUnits has been curated by SciCrunch.

SciCrunch, a "cooperative and collaborative data and resource discovery platform for scientific communities", is a key tool of the Resource Identification Initiative, which aims at a better reporting of scientific projects and enhanced repeatability and reproducibility of experiments. Authors can now easily cite CyberUnits by adding its RRID to their papers.... read more

Posted by Johannes W. Dietrich 2016-04-19 Labels: SciCrunch Academic citation

CyberUnits compatible with Free Pascal 3.0 and Lazarus 1.6

In the past weeks, both Lazarus and Free Pascal have received major upgrades.

We are happy to announce that the CyberUnits Bricks library has been tested with Free Pascal 3.0 and Lazarus 1.6RC1, and that it works without any issues with the new versions. Lazarus 1.4.x and FPC 2.6.x continue to be supported.

Posted by Johannes W. Dietrich 2015-12-30 Labels: FPC 3.0 Lazarus 1.6 Bricks

Bricks presented at GeneSEES Biocybernetics Workshop

CyberUnits was presented to an international audience at the GeneSEES 2015 Biocybernetics Workshop held on September 7th, 2015 in Krefeld, NRW, Germany. It was demonstrated how simple cross-platform simulation programs for nonlinear biological feedback loops can be developed in a few minutes with the Bricks unit.

See http://www.lifescience.net/events/188/genesees-2015-biocybernetics-workshop-loss-of-cont/ and http://www.lifescience.net/abstracts/3/advanced-methodology-and-clinical-application-in-h/ for details.

Posted by Johannes W. Dietrich 2015-09-15 Labels: Bricks Science Technology Research

Announcing CyberUnits Bricks 1.0

We are pleased to announce Bricks 1.0, the first component of the CyberUnits repository. Bricks is a class library for Object Pascal that facilitates rapid programming of high-performance computer simulations in life sciences, technical cybernetics and related fields. It supports numeric simulations in time domain and characterisation of systems or subsystems in frequency domain. Additionally, it contains a powerful Systems Diagram unit that provides classes for drawing block diagrams of feedback loops and other information processing structures, ready for integration in new or existing programs.... read more

Posted by Johannes W. Dietrich 2015-09-04 Labels: Bricks Systems Diagram Announcements