WinSAAM: Application and Explanation of Use
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The WinSAAM modeling software is an integrated package of mathematical, simula-tion, and graphical tools for analysis of biokinetic data. WinSAAM is the Windows version of SAAM, the Simulation, Analysis, and Modeling computer program. SAAM, a collection of scientific subroutines, was created in the 1950s by Dr. Mones Berman to meet the mathematical needs of his research program. Over the decades, SAAM has been continually developed and enhanced (Berman and Weiss, 1978; Boston et al., 1981), and today, WinSAAM is an elegant and powerful tool for mathematical and compartmental modeling.
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