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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... read more >>

Communicating with an External Application for Co-Simulation 7

Today I am describing an example that I recently submitted to MATLAB Central and GitHub with the help of my colleague Haihua Feng: Example implementation of Co-simulation using Simulink.
In case you...

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... read more >>

Simulating The 2016 Baseball Season 6

A few weeks ago, Matt, Corey and I had a conversation about the rise of sabermetrics and sports analytics. With the baseball season opening on April 3rd we decided to apply the power of MATLAB and... read more >>

Speeding up Initialization for Accelerator Mode 6

Some time ago, I wrote a post about Getting the most out of Rapid Accelerator mode. That post describes how to use the RapidAcceleratorUpToDateCheck = 'off' option to skip the initialization... read more >>

Simulink and MATLAB objects 4

Recently, I spoke with a user who needed to interface a Simulink model with an external flight simulator implemented as java classes. He was able to exchange data with his simulator at the MATLAB... read more >>

Accessing Block Data During a Simulation 12

This week I discovered that event listeners also work with bus signals! You might be saying: "What is an event listener?" In this post, I will describe how to register an event listener for a bus... read more >>

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... read more >>

THE Most Useful Command for Debugging Variable Step Solver Performance 2

Today I want to share a trick I often use to determine if a variable step simulation runs as fast as it should. Visualizing the steps taken by a model To begin, save the simulation time data.... read more >>

Applying Motion to SimMechanics Models 12

One of the features I like about SimMechanics is the ability to specify the motion of a system without having to think about the forces involved. This can simplify testing a model so you don't have... read more >>

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