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"Multimethod Modeling" - a new chapter of "The Big Book of AnyLogic" is out 07.02.2013 Andrei Borshchev

Some citations: "Frequently, the problem cannot completely conform to one modeling paradigm. Using a traditional single-method tool, the modeler inevitably either starts using workarounds (unnatural and cumbersome language constructs), or just leaves part of the problem outside the scope of the model (treats it as exogenous). If our goal is to capture business, economic, and social systems in their interaction, this becomes a serious limitation."
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AnyLogic team welcomes a New National Director in the US 04.02.2013 Alena Beloshapko

AnyLogic Company welcomes a new team member - John Yedinak (he's the guy in the photo!). John has joined us as a New National Director in the US and will be responsible for all operations in AnyLogic North America office. You can contact him with any sales, training or consulting inquiry. John’s previous experience includes more than 25 years in the Software and Automation industries, most recently leading a global team for Panasonic Factory Solutions Manufacturing Software Systems. We are looking forward to John leveraging his experience with goals to drive AnyLogic North America to great heights. Please feel free to reach out John via his LinkedIn account or at +1 908 387 72 99!
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AnyLogic training sessions: facts, figures and faces 15.01.2013 Alena Beloshapko

How to learn multi-paradigm modeling? “In AnyLogic training classes!” is an answer from 200 simulation practitioners who chose our courses in the year 2012. For the past months AnyLogic team delivered trainings to twelve cities in USA, France, Japan, Germany, South Africa, Russia, India and China. We are most proud of our students. The 2012 AnyLogic classes brought together researchers, consultants, academics from 48 organizations. PWC Consulting, AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals, The United States Military Academy, Toyota, Keio University, BHP Billiton, GE, IBM to name a few. That’s how they replied to the question why to attend AnyLogic training course:
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AnyLogic 6.9 is released 09.01.2013 Sergey Suslov

AnyLogic 6.9 has been released! All AnyLogic users with valid maintenance are welcome to upgrade! We continue working on Pedestrian Library: in the new version you will see such new features as density map, collecting statistics on pedestrian flows, new behavior of pedestrian groups in services, area throughput definition. We added a number of new examples and made some other changes. Please upgrade to the latest AnyLogic version.
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Working schedule in the begining of January 29.12.2012 Sergey Suslov

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! Here at AnyLogic HQ we use the Orthodox calendar and celebrate after New Years'. During the Holidays we will be prioritizing and answering customer requests with a reduced staff and will be back to full strength on Wednesday, January 9th. We will answer technical questions via normal channels, please allow for a little extra time.
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We Wish you Happy Holidays! 24.12.2012 Alena Beloshapko

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The first materials from WinterSim and AnyLogic Conferences are published! 24.12.2012 Alena Beloshapko

In December 2012 two remarkable simulation events took place in Berlin – Winter Simulation Conference 2012 and the first AnyLogic Conference on multimethod modeling. Both events attracted a lot of attention and we would like to share with you the materials we received during the conferences.
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The AnyLogic roadshow in China 21.11.2012 Alena Beloshapko

This November the AnyLogic team completed a roadshow to several Chinese universities and research institutes. The visit was organized by our partner in China, Beijing Carila Tech. This roadshow allowed AnyLogic users to interactively communicate with the developers. The agenda included a training course, workshop and several presentations.
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Good news about "AnyLogic 6 in Three Days" book 13.11.2012 Ilya Grigoryev

Two editions of the "AnyLogic 6 in Three Days" book are available now: Full color, 8.5 x 8.5" (21.6 x 21.6 cm) and Black and white, 7.5 x 9.25" (19 x 23.5 cm). You can find the full price information at our web site: http://www.anylogic.com/anylogic-in-3-days More good news! The book is available at amazon.ca and amazon.co.jp now.
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CeMAT Asia 2012 in Shanghai 03.11.2012 Timofey Popkov

The AnyLogic Company and SimPlan China participated in the CeMAT Asia 2012. This is one of the biggest tradeshows in Asia on material handling, automation, transport and logistics – more than 400 exhibitors, thousands of visitors from multiple countries.
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