Berkeley Madonna
Berkeley Madonna
8.3.22

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Berkeley Madonna

8.3.22
16 September 2008

Differential equation solver.

Overview

Berkeley Madonna is arguably the fastest, most convenient, general purpose differential equation solver available today. Developed on the University of California at Berkeley campus under the sponsorship of NSF and NIH, it is currently used by academic and commercial institutions for constructing mathematical models for research and teaching.

Berkeley Madonna individual licenses cost $299 per user. Quantity discounts are available for 5 to 14 licenses ($199 per user) and 15 or more licenses ($129 per user).

Student licenses are available to those attending accredited academic institutions for $99 per user. Quantity discounts are available for 5 to 14 licenses ($69 per user) and 15 or more licenses ($49 per user).

Competitive upgrades are offered for $99 to licensed owners of the following products on a one-for-one basis:

  • ModelMaker
  • SAAM II
  • STELLA/ithink
  • PowerSim

Version upgrades are offered to owners of Berkeley Madonna 7.x or Madonna 6.0 individual licenses for $49 per license. Site license holders should contact us for upgrade information.

What's new in Berkeley Madonna

Version 8.3.22: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

4 Berkeley Madonna Reviews

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Anonymous
09 September 2004

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Developed with the sponsorship of NSF and NIH. And $299 for individual licenses? Oh, sure. I bet UCB is grabbing bank on this one, too. These are desperate times indeed. These guys are a strange amalgam of Democrat and Republican. Though I like the idea, I withhold my full approval pending court challenges. Why don't they let me to send my $299 directly to the NSF? Or, for that matter, UCB. This just mixes together public and private money too much for my taste. If these brilliant (but kinda wooly) mathematicians want to make a living at this, they should get out into the real world and try to make a living there.
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Version 8.1b10
ConfusedGuy
08 May 2008
I downloaded 8.3.21 today, running Leopard (10.5.2). I'm having all kinds of problems - not only does the flowchart option not work (this is flagged on the BM website), but neither does HELP, I'm having problems with graphs, nothing seems to work. Overall, it appears that BM 8.3.21 and OS 10.5.2 are not compatible. If this is so, why were we not warned? Anyone else have similar problems? Thanks.
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Version 8.3.21
paul-72
19 January 2007
Yeah, it seems the BSD license would be appropriate... guess that's too "old-school" though.
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Version 8.3.18
Anonymous
09 October 2005
Indeed both NSF and NIH are funded by tax dollars, and in both cases underfunded. It is interesting that software resulting from many NSF sponsered projects remains in the public domain, as it should be. At the same time Fed's push for tech-transfer and the commercialization of research is seen as an economic stimulus. This product, however, is not tech transfer, but simply a wrapper for basic mathematics. It does appear to be an unethical if not egregious violation of the intent of those Federal funds.
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Version 8.1b13
Anonymous
09 September 2004
Developed with the sponsorship of NSF and NIH. And $299 for individual licenses? Oh, sure. I bet UCB is grabbing bank on this one, too. These are desperate times indeed. These guys are a strange amalgam of Democrat and Republican. Though I like the idea, I withhold my full approval pending court challenges. Why don't they let me to send my $299 directly to the NSF? Or, for that matter, UCB. This just mixes together public and private money too much for my taste. If these brilliant (but kinda wooly) mathematicians want to make a living at this, they should get out into the real world and try to make a living there.
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Version 8.1b10
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  • Mac OS X 10.1.5 or later
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