Wolfram Research moves into opticaldesignsoftware market

Wolfram Research Inc. (Champaign, IL) recently introduced Optica, an opticaldesignsoftware package utilizing Mathematica as both programming language and operator interface. Developed by Donald Barnhart of the University of Illinois (Champaign, IL), Optica is part of the Mathematica Applications Library Developer Series. Its release marks the entry of Wolfram Research into the opticaldesignsoftware market. The company estimates a total of 250,000 current Mathematica users. With Optica it hopes t

Wolfram Research Inc. (Champaign, IL) recently introduced Optica, an opticaldesignsoftware package utilizing Mathematica as both programming language and operator interface. Developed by Donald Barnhart of the University of Illinois (Champaign, IL), Optica is part of the Mathematica Applications Library Developer Series. Its release marks the entry of Wolfram Research into the opticaldesignsoftware market. The company estimates a total of 250,000 current Mathematica users. With Optica it hopes to address the needs of optical

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