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Verify Fixed-Point Conversion

Compare fixed-point and floating-point model behavior

After you have completed the steps described in Convert to Fixed Point, compare the simulation behavior of the fixed-point version of your model with the floating-point baseline you collected at the start of the workflow to determine if the conversion was successful.


DataTypeWorkflow.Converter Create fixed-point converter object
DataTypeWorkflow.Result Object containing run result information
DataTypeWorkflow.DiffRunResult Results from comparing two simulation runs
DataTypeWorkflow.DiffSignalResult Results from comparing two signals


Verify New Settings

Final step in autoscaling workflow.

Debug a Fixed-Point Model

Describes a method for debugging a fixed-point model

View Simulation Results

Use the Simulation Data Inspector to view simulation results and compare runs to verify your fixed-point design.

Model Multiple Data Type Behaviors Using a Data Dictionary

Learn how to use referenced data dictionaries to store multiple sets of data types for a model. This example also shows how to change the data types by switching the referenced data dictionary.

Viewing Results With the Simulation Data Inspector

How to use the Simulation Data Inspector to examine simulation data and verify your fixed-point design.


Data Type Propagation Errors After Applying Proposed Data Types

Under certain conditions, the Fixed-Point Tool may propose a data type that is not compatible with the model.

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