Simulink

Simulink, a toolbox of the MATLAB programming environment, is an interactive, graphical environment for simulation and model-based development of dynamic and embedded systems.

Learn more about Simulink in our:

  • Basic Course
  • Advanced Course

Basic Course

  • 2 Days
  • Seminar
  • Up to 12 Participants

Participants will learn the basic operation of the software in this two-day seminar. Using an example of a simple physical system, modeling procedures as well as the arithmetic operation of Simulink simulations are illustrated. 

After attending the seminar, participants can:

  • Configure, start, record and evaluate simulations
  • Create and manage high-quality models with moderate complexity
  • Independently detect and resolve model errors
  • Create, maintain and mask subsystems
  • Create and manage Simulink libraries

Content Focus

  • Introduction to Simulink Development Environment
  • Fundamentals of Simulation
  • Modeling of dynamic systems
  • Interaction between Simulink and MATLAB
  • Hierarchical Model Design
  • Troubleshooting and Debugging
  • Style guides for good modeling
  • Masking of subsystems
  • Creating and Using Libraries

Intended Audience

The seminar is aimed at developers who have a basic knowledge of MATLAB and want to use Simulink as a tool for the following applications:

  • Modeling and Offline Simulation
  • Hil and Real-Time Simulation
  • Code Generation in Function Development

Requirements

Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required for this seminar.

Advanced Course

13. - 14.09.2016 | Stuttgart

  • 2 Days
  • Seminar
  • Up to 10 Participants

Participants of this two-day seminar will receive a detailed insight into creating their own function blocks in Simulink. Using examples that are implemented hands-on during the seminar, the communication modes of Simulink are illustrated. Students will also learn C-code generation using Graphical Programming with a sample model. 

After attending the seminar, participants can:

  • Embed functions in MATLAB-Simulink models
  • Understand, create and maintain S-functions
  • Understand the basics of graphical programming in Simulink
  • Configure and use Lookup-Tables
  • Generate generic C-Code using model-based design

Content Focus

  • Embedded MATLAB
  • MATLAB S-Functions
  • C S-Functions
  • Variants & Model Referencing
  • Control Flow
  • Performance Simulation
  • Tables
  • Code Generatoin
  • Model Advisor

Intended Audience

The seminar is aimed at developers who have a basic knowledge of MATLAB and want to use Simulink as a tool for the following applications:

  • Modeling and Offline Simulation
  • Hil and Real-Time Simulation
  • Code Generation in Function Development

Requirements

Basic knowledge of MATLAB is required for this seminar.

 

 

 

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