Close allocation set
Close Allocation Set Without Saving
Create two new models with a component each.
mSource = systemcomposer.createModel("Source_Model_Allocation"); systemcomposer.openModel("Source_Model_Allocation"); sourceComp = addComponent(get(mSource,"Architecture"),"Source_Component"); mTarget = systemcomposer.createModel("Target_Model_Allocation"); systemcomposer.openModel("Target_Model_Allocation"); targetComp = addComponent(get(mTarget,"Architecture"),"Target_Component");
Create the allocation set
allocSet = systemcomposer.allocation.createAllocationSet("MyNewAllocation",... "Source_Model_Allocation","Target_Model_Allocation");
Get the default allocation scenario.
defaultScenario = getScenario(allocSet,"Scenario 1");
Allocate components between models.
allocation = allocate(defaultScenario,sourceComp,targetComp);
Close the allocation set without saving.
Open the Allocation Editor.
An allocation establishes a directed relationship from architectural elements — components, ports, and connectors — in one model to architectural elements in another model.
Resource-based allocation allows you to allocate functional architectural elements to logical architectural elements and logical architectural elements to physical architectural elements.
An allocation scenario contains a set of allocations between a source and a target model.
Allocate between model elements in an allocation scenario. The
default allocation scenario is called
|Systems Engineering Approach for SoC Applications|
An allocation set consists of one or more allocation scenarios that describe various allocations between a source and a target model.
Create an allocation set with allocation scenarios in the Allocation Editor. Allocation sets are saved as MLDATX files.
Introduced in R2020b