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What is the Mathematica equivalent of Matlab's Simulink? I want something that lets me build a discrete event simulation.

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The equivalent product for Mathematica is the SystemModeler (also see the wiki page).

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+1 You hardly ever see any perfect 1 word answers. Excellent! – DaveParillo Oct 2 '09 at 4:12
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He's indeed very right, but I wouldn't link to the wikipedia page if there is a regular site with much more info. Still +1 – Ivo Flipse Oct 2 '09 at 5:35
    
I chose to link to the Wikipedia page because I thought it did a better job of explaining how MathModelica could be integrated with Mathematica, but I'm fine with the edit. – las3rjock Oct 2 '09 at 5:40

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