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About Scilab

Scilab is now part of ESI Group. It develops open-source analytical computational software. The company offers numerical analysis, scientific programming, algorithm and application development, toolboxes management, training, and support services. It is based in Rungis, France.

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3 bis rue Saarinen

Rungis, 94528,


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Scaling measurement patterns thanks to genetic algorithms

Jan 24, 2023

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    Scilab's headquarters is located at 3 bis rue Saarinen, Rungis.

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