Altair Compose provides engineers, scientists, and product creators with a high level, matrix-based language as well as an interactive & unified programming environment for all types of math operations.
Whether you’re looking to solve matrix analysis, differential equations, perform signal analysis or robustly study control design, Compose not only offers its users a modern, comprehensive set of tools to enable rapid development, but also offers a powerful engine and an interactive debugging environment for streamlined troubleshooting.
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Compose provides a best-in-class, modern user experience including:
- High-level matrix-based interpreted language for numerical computing
- Integrated development environment for authoring and debugging all types of math, including multi-language support
- Algorithm development
- Language compatible with industry standards
- Built-in connectivity to pre/post-process Engineering and Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) data
- Extensive math libraries:
- Statistical data analysis & visualization
- Matrix analysis & number theory
- Signal processing
- Interactive 2D & 3D plotting
- Differential equations
- Interactive command line interface
- Batch oriented language
One Product For All Types Of Math
The base product provides all the math functionality. No need to purchase any additional toolboxes for signal analysis, control design, robust design, etc.
Develop Algorithms Rapidly
A comprehensive toolset for rapid development of custom numerical code. Develop solutions faster than with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages such as C/C++
Robust Design Exploration & Verification
Compose’s Open Matrix Language (OML) is incredibly easy-to-use and compatible with Industry standard numerical math languages (eg: Octave). The Interactive Development Environment (IDE) lets you quickly debug code for streamlined troubleshooting of errors
CAPABILITIES OF ALTAIR COMPOSE
Powerful and Flexible Programming
Matrix Based Data Structure
Compose open matrix language (oml) provides a matrix based, fully interpreted data structure including literals, data types, strings, variables and assignments, indexing, operators, expressions & statements, flow of control & looping, workspace & scoping rules, functions, error & warning I/O.
Compatible with Octave
Compose’s OML is compatible with Industry standards such as Octave. The language is extremely easy to learn and can also be used for batch mode execution.
Integrated Development Environment
Modern script editor with syntax highlighting, smart indentation, collapsible sections including code folding, bookmarking, searching and toggling to display on/off line numbers. Script editor also allows you to split the screen into multiple views for more interactive authoring and execution.
A fully featured command window with command completion, code editing and display print command outputs during script execution from the editor allowing for visual and interactive code inspections during runtime.
Variable browser displays all the user-generated and global workspace variables including their name, value, type and scope. Options to easily monitor variable values during debugging.
Powerful debugger with options to easily monitor variable values via watch window, track paths traced while executing scripts via call stack window and display all breakpoints in the debugging session via the breakpoints window.
Extensive Math Libraries
And many more math libraries!
WHAT’S NEW IN COMPOSE 2017
Support for Linux OS
Compose 2017 is now available on Linux platforms such as Red Hat/CentOS 6.6 & 7.2 as well as Suse 12 SP1
Edit, Execute & Debug Python Scripts In Compose!
Compose 2017 Integrated Development Environment (IDE) supports Python as a new scripting language. This allows you to easily edit, execute and debug Python scripts directly within the Compose user environment
Support for GUI Commands
Compose 2017 offers new GUI commands to create interactive UI directly from Open Matrix Language (OML) scripts. Standard GUI components (button, entries, list box, etc.) can be arranged and connected to user functions for interactive data processing