Analytica Specifications
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4.6 • 5.0 • 5.1 • 5.2 • 5.3 • 5.4 • 6.0 • 6.1 • 6.2 • 6.3 • 6.4 |
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Hardware and Software
CPUs supported Intel and AMD processors. System Software Any Windows 7 or higher or Server 2003 or higher. Memory requirements 512 MB (2GB+ recommended). Application size Approximately 210 MB Maximum memory usable by
Analytica process
Determined by the specific edition of Windows (e.g., 192GB in Windows 7 Professional+, 512GB in Windows 10 Professional+) and your page file settings. Maximum number of threads during model evaluation Free edition: 1 (single threaded)
Computers with 64 or fewer logical processors:
- Number of logical processors in your CPU.
Computers with more than 64 logical processors:
- Number of logical processors in a processor group
- N = # logical processors
- G = # groups = [math]\displaystyle{ \lfloor (N-1)/64 \rfloor }[/math]
- MaxThreads = N / G
- 32[math]\displaystyle{ \lt\mbox{MaxThreads}\le }[/math] 64
- Number of logical processors in your CPU.
Objects
Number of system objects About 1600 Maximum user-defined objects In Free edition: 101
All other editions: >60,000Maximum number of local variables No fixed limit
Uncertainty
Probability methods Random Latin HyperCube
Median Latin HyperCube
Monte Carlo
Sobol samplingMaximum sample size Analytica Professional,Enterprise, Optimizer, Power Player, and ADE:
2,147,483,646Free edition: 32,000 limited by available memory
Random sampling methods Minimal Standard (default) L’Ecuyer
Knuth
Numbers and arrays
Number precision 15 significant digits for floating-point numbers
12 digits to the left and 6 digits to the right of the decimal for (exact) fixed-point numbers.
18 digits for integers
6 significant digits for floating point imaginary and complex numbers
Maximum elements in a dimension Analytica Professional,Enterprise, Optimizer, Power Player, and ADE:2,147,483,646 Free edition: 32,000
Maximum dimensions in an array 24
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