Guy on Simulink

Simulink & Model-Based Design

다음에 대한 결과: History

What Is Simulation? 5

This week we are taking a break from Simulink features and capabilities to take a step back and look at the history of simulations. What Is Simulation? Sometimes it is good to take a step back... 더 읽어보기 >>

Frames… from signals to blocks 5

Today I want to talk about an important topic for DSP System Toolbox and Communications Toolbox users: Frame-Based Processing Beginning in R2010b, MathWorks started to significantly change the... 더 읽어보기 >>

How Many Blocks are in that Model? 20

My colleague Sam and I wanted to find an example model with about 10,000 blocks.  I suggested the HL-20 model from the Aerospace Blockset, asbhl20.mdl.  Sam decided to measure the total number of... 더 읽어보기 >>

Better Bus Modeling (How to remove Bus/Mux confusion) 6

Earlier this week, Guy and I were discussing the sometimes-strange behavior of mux and bus signals.  Sometimes people find a Mux block in their model that appears to output a bus signal.  In this... 더 읽어보기 >>

The Answer for Large Scale Modeling: Model Reference 21

Your model is someone else’s component.  The Model block
allows you to treat a Simulink model as a component within a larger system.  In this
post I will discuss the basic concepts of model
reference... 더 읽어보기 >>

R2008b Simulink: Sample Time Colors 6

Simulink models present a schematic layout of your algorithm.  The diagram encodes information about the system in the form of block icons, data type annotations, and sample time colors.  In... 더 읽어보기 >>

A Historical Tour of the Library Browser 20

When I started using Simulink, the libraries were organized a little differently than they are today. There were fewer blocks and no such thing as a Library Browser. Take a look at Simulink 1.3c... 더 읽어보기 >>