Chapter 13. Release notes

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1. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.7
1.1. Highlights
1.2. Compilers
1.2.1. Support for mixed systems of equations
1.2.2. Support for tearing
1.2.3. Improved Modelica compliance
1.2.4. Function inlining
1.3. Python
1.3.1. New package structure
1.3.2. Support for shared libraries in FMUs
1.4. Simulation
1.4.1. Simulation of hybrid systems
1.5. Optimization
1.5.1. A novel CasADi-based collocation algorithm
1.6. Contributors
1.6.1. Previous contributors
2. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.6
2.1. Highlights
2.2. Compilers
2.2.1. Index reduction
2.2.2. Modelica compliance
2.3. Python
2.3.1. Graphical user interface for visualization of simulation and optimization results
2.3.2. Simulation with function inputs
2.3.3. Compilation of XML models
2.3.4. Python version upgrade
2.4. Optimization
2.4.1. Derivative- free optimization of FMUs
2.4.2. Pseudo spectral methods for dynamic optimization
2.5. Eclipse Modelica plugin
2.6. Contributors
2.6.1. Previous contributors
3. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.5
3.1. Highlights
3.2. Compilers
3.2.1. When clauses
3.2.2. Equation sorting
3.2.3. Connections
3.2.4. Eclipse IDE
3.2.5. Miscellaneous
3.3. Simulation
3.3.1. FMU export
3.3.2. Simulation of ODEs
3.3.3. Simulation of hybrid and sampled systems
3.4. Initialization of DAEs
3.5. Optimization
3.6. Contributors
3.6.1. Previous contributors
4. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.4
4.1. Highlights
4.2. Compilers
4.2.1. Enumerations
4.2.2. Miscellaneous
4.2.3. Improved reporting of structural singularities
4.2.4. Automatic addition of initial equations
4.3. Python interface
4.3.1. Models
4.3.2. Compiling
4.3.3. initialize, simulate and optimize
4.3.4. Result object
4.4. Simulation
4.4.1. Input trajectories
4.4.2. Sensitivity calculations
4.4.3. Write scaled simulation result to file
4.5. Contributors
4.5.1. Previous contributors
5. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.3
5.1. Highlights
5.2. Compilers
5.2.1. The Modelica compiler
5.2.2. The Optimica compiler
5.3. JModelica.org Model Interface (JMI)
5.3.1. The collocation optimization algorithm
5.4. Assimulo
5.5. FMI compliance
5.6. XML model export
5.6.1. noEvent operator
5.6.2. static attribute
5.7. Python integration
5.7.1. High-level functions
5.7.2. File I/O
5.8. Contributors
5.8.1. Previous contributors
6. Release notes for JModelica.org version 1.2
6.1. Highlights
6.2. Compilers
6.2.1. The Modelica compiler
6.2.2. The Optimica Compiler
6.3. The JModelica.org Model Interface (JMI)
6.3.1. General
6.4. The collocation optimization algorithm
6.4.1. Piecewise constant control signals
6.4.2. Free initial conditions allowed
6.4.3. Dens output of optimization result
6.5. New simulation package: Assimulo
6.6. FMI compliance
6.7. XML model export
6.8. Python integration
6.8.1. New high-level functions for optimization and simulation
6.9. Contributors
6.9.1. Previous contributors