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R2010b is here! 4

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... read more >>

Model Reference Variants 14

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New Stuff – Simulink R2009b 9

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... read more >>

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... read more >>

Parallel Computing with Simulink: Model Reference Builds 6

Have you seen the MATLAB Channel on YouTube??  I like the way you can express an idea using video, describe how things work, and then watch it work.  That is why I asked my friend Doug to help me... read more >>

New Release – Simulink R2009a 9

Continuing the semi-annual tradition, I am excited to announce the latest release of MATLAB and Simulink, R2009a.  Check out the Simulink release notes to get the full details of the release.  Here... read more >>

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...

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