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I can no longer perform coverage analysis, what could be the problem?

Apart from selecting "Enable coverage analysis", it is needed to specify one out of: Entire System, Referenced Models, Subsystem...

I can no longer perform coverage analysis, what could be the problem?

Apart from selecting "Enable coverage analysis", it is needed to specify one out of: Entire System, Referenced Models, Subsystem...

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fixed point number conversion

You might try the command fi For example, converting the value 1.5 to fixed-point signed, with wordlength 10 and fraction lengt...

fixed point number conversion

You might try the command fi For example, converting the value 1.5 to fixed-point signed, with wordlength 10 and fraction lengt...

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set_param() - programmatically change param of multiple blocks of the same type (for-loop)

ThatÂ´s a good solution. For any other case, you might try to first use the command find_system, to then look for the blocks you ...

set_param() - programmatically change param of multiple blocks of the same type (for-loop)

ThatÂ´s a good solution. For any other case, you might try to first use the command find_system, to then look for the blocks you ...

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getting error while using feedback

You need to work with model objects, they must be either continuous os discrete with identical sample times. Here, please read ...

getting error while using feedback

You need to work with model objects, they must be either continuous os discrete with identical sample times. Here, please read ...

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How to avoid duplicate functions in generated code with embedded coder?

Apart from setting the function packaging to 'Reusable function', could you set the Function name option to 'User specified' and...

How to avoid duplicate functions in generated code with embedded coder?

Apart from setting the function packaging to 'Reusable function', could you set the Function name option to 'User specified' and...

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Solve a System of Linear Equations

*Example*: If a system of linear equations in _x₁_ and _x₂_ is: 2 _x₁_ + _x₂_ = 2 _x₁...

7 months ago

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integral sequre error (ISE) via Simulink

Hi Hussein, I think you should take the very final value. For example, if the simulation stops at T=10, go to the row when time...

integral sequre error (ISE) via Simulink

Hi Hussein, I think you should take the very final value. For example, if the simulation stops at T=10, go to the row when time...

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Configuring the output of an S-Function

Hi Vagner, I think it is exactly you already have. Since you put x(1) and x(2) in the S-function output, and these are the unkn...

Configuring the output of an S-Function

Hi Vagner, I think it is exactly you already have. Since you put x(1) and x(2) in the S-function output, and these are the unkn...

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How do I convert descriptor state-space to transfer function?

I think you can just take the A,B,C,D matrices and use ss2tf command to convert it to transfer function. Please look at this do...

How do I convert descriptor state-space to transfer function?

I think you can just take the A,B,C,D matrices and use ss2tf command to convert it to transfer function. Please look at this do...

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How do i programmatically set parameter override sets to different test iterations for a single test case in MATLB?

About overriding parameters programmatically, you could check the content described in this link: Override Model Parameters in ...

How do i programmatically set parameter override sets to different test iterations for a single test case in MATLB?

About overriding parameters programmatically, you could check the content described in this link: Override Model Parameters in ...

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Can i run Matlab simulink in windows command line ?

Hi Sreenath, You could start by checking this example shows how to create a test harness programmatically: Programmatically Cr...

Can i run Matlab simulink in windows command line ?

Hi Sreenath, You could start by checking this example shows how to create a test harness programmatically: Programmatically Cr...

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how to generate 100 random numbers between 5 and -5?

Hey Rayhan, You can try with these lines of code: a = -5; b = 5; N = 100; r = a + (b-a).*rand(N,1); Hope it helps!

how to generate 100 random numbers between 5 and -5?

Hey Rayhan, You can try with these lines of code: a = -5; b = 5; N = 100; r = a + (b-a).*rand(N,1); Hope it helps!

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How do I use LHS(Latin Hypercube Sampling)?

You could try with: lb = [-5 0]; ub = [10, 15]; x = bsxfun(@plus, lb, bsxfun(@times, X, (ub-lb)); %new sample distribution z...

How do I use LHS(Latin Hypercube Sampling)?

You could try with: lb = [-5 0]; ub = [10, 15]; x = bsxfun(@plus, lb, bsxfun(@times, X, (ub-lb)); %new sample distribution z...

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Runge Kutta 4 ODE

Hi Valeria, I don't see any system of ODEs (ordinary differntial equations) in equations 4 to 6. For solving ODEs you can foll...

Runge Kutta 4 ODE

Hi Valeria, I don't see any system of ODEs (ordinary differntial equations) in equations 4 to 6. For solving ODEs you can foll...

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Synchronize Two Timetables (observation and simulation)

Hey Ali, I think so too. I guess you included the folloinwg lines of code to define obs and model timetables before using synch...

Synchronize Two Timetables (observation and simulation)

Hey Ali, I think so too. I guess you included the folloinwg lines of code to define obs and model timetables before using synch...

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Error in port widths or dimensions

If Output port 2 goes to Input port1, then you have a conflict due to the dimensions. Including a signal specification will not ...

Error in port widths or dimensions

If Output port 2 goes to Input port1, then you have a conflict due to the dimensions. Including a signal specification will not ...

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How to programmatically pause and resume UUT Simulation in Test Sequence Block ?

Maybe you can add one or more breakpoints in different steps so to pause in the moment you prefer. Here I include documentation ...

How to programmatically pause and resume UUT Simulation in Test Sequence Block ?

Maybe you can add one or more breakpoints in different steps so to pause in the moment you prefer. Here I include documentation ...

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How to change C and D matrices of a state-space model?

What about: sys2 = ss(A, B, sys2_C, sys2_D, 'StateName', sys1.StateName)

How to change C and D matrices of a state-space model?

What about: sys2 = ss(A, B, sys2_C, sys2_D, 'StateName', sys1.StateName)

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Simulink simulation too slow

Hey Fadi, There are several reasons that can slow down your simulation. Here I include few possible causes: Speed Up Simulatio...

Simulink simulation too slow

Hey Fadi, There are several reasons that can slow down your simulation. Here I include few possible causes: Speed Up Simulatio...

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How to control Inputs in Test Manager

Hey, The following link shows an example of how to add excel data to Inputs selection https://www.mathworks.com/help/releases/...

How to control Inputs in Test Manager

Hey, The following link shows an example of how to add excel data to Inputs selection https://www.mathworks.com/help/releases/...

12 months ago | 0

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Add the positive numbers

Add only the positive numbers of x example: x = [-2 -1 0 1 2 3] the positive numbers are: 1 2 3, so their sum is 6

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Replace all odd numbers with NaN

Replace all odd numbers in the vector or matrix with NaN. For example, if x = [1 3 4 5 8 11]; then return y = [NaN Na...

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