Configure block parameters, signal ranges, initial
states, data types, sample time
You can configure the behavior of a model by adjusting settings
for block parameters, signals, states, and the entire model. You can
use these settings to:
Control mathematical model behavior.
Simulate system behavior on computer hardware.
Control the rate of block execution and the numerical
accuracy of simulation.
Simulate different initial conditions.
Customize block behavior by setting block parameters
Configure signal ranges and dimensions, initialize
signals and discrete states
- Units in Simulink
Unit specification and unit conversion functions for Simulink® signals
Assign variable values using model workspace, symbols,
data objects, and data classes
- Sample Time
Control block execution rates, assign discrete, continuous,
or hybrid sample time
- Data Types
Assign specific data types to signals and block parameters,
- Model, Block, and Port Callbacks
Execute code for modeling events such as opening a
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