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Referencing Configuration Sets for Model Reference

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Referencing Configuration Sets for Model Reference A few weeks ago I described the possibility of storing more multiple configuration sets in a single model. Today we will do the opposite: Sharing one configuration set among multiple models. Reference Configuration Set By default, in Simulink, the configuration of a model is stored in the model file itself. However when you have... read more >>

Quickly Switching Model Configuration Sets 6

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Quickly Switching Model Configuration Sets During the life of a model, you will very likely need to change many configuration parameters to complete different tasks. For example, when debugging you want to enable many run time diagnostics to catch modeling errors. When the model is well tuned and you want to use it for a... read more >>

Automatic Refresh of Links and Model Blocks 2

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Automatic Refresh of Links and Model Blocks The first time I tried editing models componentized with library blocks and referenced models in R2012a, I noticed something was different... ... and I really like that change! What's new In R2012a, Simulink automatically refreshes links and model blocks. Yes, you heard me, no longer need to manually select Edit > Links and... read more >>

Model-Based Design Dilemma 15

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Model-Based Design Dilemma I am currently working on a model and I have a dilemma. There are two ways I could model my system. I need you to tell me which approach is best and why. I need your help! The Goal I am building a model to drive a small robot made of Lego blocks.... read more >>

Generating Code for Real-Time Multicore Systems 2

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Generating Code for Real-Time Multicore Systems Do you generate code to be executed on a multi-core processor? Wouldn't it be cool if you could decide which part of the model will execute on which core? Modeling Concurrent Execution This week, my friends Teresa and Tunc, will be introducing a new feature in R2011b designed especially for... read more >>

Asynchronous Function-Call Inputs to Models 2

Posted by Guy Rouleau,

Asynchronous Function-Call Inputs to Models In Simulink R2011a, it is possible to pass asynchronous function-call signals through Inports of a model. This enables the asynchronous function call to cross the bounary of Model block. Such function-call signals are typically used in Simulink models to capture interrupt-driven processing that is asynchronous with the time-driven processing in... read more >>

R2010b is here! 5

Posted by Seth Popinchalk,

R2010b is here! MathWorks released R2010b on September 3rd, and it has been live on the downloads page since then. While there are many features I could highlight in this post, I would like to focus on two that I have been excited about for a long time. (Of course, there are more... read more >>

Model Reference Variants 13

Posted by Seth Popinchalk,

Model Reference Variants  By Guy Rouleau In a previous post, Seth introduced the concept of Model Reference and the advantages it brings for dealing with large models. Since MATLAB R2009b, Model Reference Variants make it easy to reconfigure your model for different design variants. What are Model Reference Variants? In Model-Based Design, you... read more >>

New Stuff – Simulink R2009b 8

Posted by Seth Popinchalk,

New Stuff – Simulink R2009b Last week the MathWorks released the R2009b family of products.  There are many new capabilities in the latest release and with this blog post, I want to highlight a some of the features in Simulink I’m really excited about.  While you read this, start installing the latest products from the downloads area (login and... read more >>

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