Guy and Seth on Simulink

Accelerating the Simulink Debugger

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Accelerating the Simulink Debugger This week I want to share a useful trick to save debugging time: Using the Simulink Debugger in Accelerator Mode. Simulink Debugger in Accelerator Mode Did you know that the Simulink Debugger can run in Accelerator Mode? If you need to investigate a problem that happens late in a simulation, this can... read more >>

Social Collaboration: Using Git for Model-Based Design 2

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Social Collaboration: Using Git for Model-Based Design This week, Matt Brauer is back to talk about Git Integration in Simulink Projects, and how he used it to share his Hyperloop simulation on GitHub. Simulink Projects Git Integration Simulink Projects was introduced in R2011b to support effective collaboration across teams. Until now, the focus has been teams within an organization.... read more >>

How Polyspace could have detected the vulnerability in Apple’s iOS 1

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

How Polyspace could have detected the vulnerability in Apple’s iOS Many users of Simulink and Embedded Coder target their applications to embedded systems. Embedded systems require high levels of integrity in their operation, and increasingly, these systems are being connected to networks to enable new functionality and provide monitoring capabilities. These extensions to embedded systems raise concerns about... read more >>

Welcome R2014a! 3

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Welcome R2014a! MathWorks just released MATLAB R2014a! (Licensed users can download R2014a here.) Here is a quick look at the new Simulink features I find the most interesting: Diagnostic Viewer In R2014a, the Diagnostic Viewer has been completely re-engineered. This new interface can store the diagnostics from multiple past simulations, and offers filtering capabilities.... read more >>

The Simulink Curling Simulator… we did it! 3

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

The Simulink Curling Simulator… we did it! After I published my post on simulating figure skating in Simulink, my colleague Corey Lagunowich and I discussed what other Olympic sports would be fun to model in Simulink. We settled on one of his favorites: curling. We got completely hooked on this challenge and before we knew it, we... read more >>

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