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Unifying MATLAB and Simulink: A User Story Part 2 4

In my previous post, I described how to parameterize a Simulink model using MATLAB objects. To be honest, there is nothing magic or revolutionary to that in itself. The reason why I decided to cover... 更多内容 >>

COVID-19: Using Parallel Simulations to Study the Infection Spread 1

In a previous post, I introduced a model simulating the exponential spread of a phenomenon like COVID-19. With more and more talks in the news about deconfinement plans, I thought it would be... 更多内容 >>

A New First Order Hold! 8

If you are attentive to details, you might have noticed that in MATLAB R2019b, we removed the First-Order Hold block from the Discrete section of the Simulink Library browser.
At the same time, we... 更多内容 >>

MATLAB Online, MATLAB Mobile, MATLAB Drive… and Simulink 4

I have never written about these topics on this blog because this is not specific to Simulink, but... I am a big fan of MATLAB Online and MATLAB Drive. Today I will describe how I use these and... 更多内容 >>

New in MATLAB R2017b: The Simulation Manager 1

MATLAB R2017b has recently been released. For this first post about R2017b, I want to highlight a feature that I think most of you will find very useful: The Simulation Manager
The Simulation Manager... 更多内容 >>

Improved Behavior of Auto Tolerance in R2017a

Are you familiar with the meaning of auto for the Absolute tolerance of Simulink variable-step solvers?
In R2017a, we decided to change the meaning of auto for the Absolute Tolerance... If your model... 更多内容 >>

Simulating models in parallel made easy with parsim 22

Some time ago, I wrote a series of posts to highlight the different factors to take into account when trying to run simulations in parallel. In R2017a, we are making it significantly easier with the... 更多内容 >>

Offload work from your computer by running simulations on a remote cluster

Recently, I noticed that when I right-click on a MATLAB script in the Current Folder Browser, there is an option to run the script as a batch job.

As you can guess, the first thing that when through... 更多内容 >>

Simulation Data Inspector inside parfor

Last week I presented a few tips to run simulations in parallel, and received an interesting comment asking how to use the Simulation Data Inspector in that context.
So let's take a... 更多内容 >>

Tips for simulating models in parallel 7

Update: In MATLAB R2017a the function PARSIM got introduced. For a better experience simulating models in parallel, we recommend using PARSIM instead of SIM inside parfor. See the more recent blog... 更多内容 >>

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