Hello!

Is JuliaSimCompiler currently meant to work with arrays? I would like to create a symbolic model that does the same thing a bunch of different times (eventually with different data inputs). I am aware of `EnsembleProblems`

etc., but let’s assume those options won’t work in this case. Here the the problem:

```
using ModelingToolkit, OrdinaryDiffEq, DomainSets
using BenchmarkTools
using JuliaSimCompiler
using Plots
N = 5
@parameters x[1:N] = ones(N)
@parameters t
@variables C(t)[1:N] = ones(N)
Dt = Differential(t)
eq = Dt(C[1]) ~ C[1]
eqs = [substitute(eq, Dict(x[1] => x[i], C[1] => C[i])) for i in 1:N]
@named sys = ODESystem(eqs, t, [C], collect(x), tspan=(0.0, 1.0))
# Try the normal way to show that it works:
prob = ODEProblem(structural_simplify(sys), [], (0, 1.0))
sol = solve(prob)
plot(sol)
```

The code above works fine, however the compile time will presumably scale quadraticly with the number of equations, which my understanding is a problem JuliaSimCompiler is meant to fix:

```
# Try with JuliaSimCompiler
isys = IRSystem(sys)
iisys = structural_simplify(isys)
ODEProblem(iisys, [], (0, 1.0))
```

The above code, however, gives the error ` ArgumentError: Collection has multiple elements, must contain exactly 1 element`

.

So my question is, is this something that should work but I’m maybe doing it wrong, or this type of workflow not supported yet? Thanks for any help!