Nondirect feedthrough mixin class
matlab.system.mixin.Nondirect is a class that
to process nondirect feedthrough data through a System object™.
For System objects that use direct feedthrough, the object's
input is needed to generate the output at that time. For these direct
feedthrough objects, running the System object calculates the
output and updates the state values. For nondirect feedthrough, however,
the object's output depends only on the internal states at
that time. The inputs are used to update the object states. For these
objects, calculating the output with
separated from updating the state values with
If you use the
and include the
stepImpl method in your class definition
file, an error occurs. In this case, you must include the
The following cases describe when System objects in Simulink® use direct or nondirect feedthrough.
System object supports code generation and does
not inherit from the
Propagates mixin — Simulink automatically
infers the direct feedthrough settings from the System object code.
System object supports code generation and inherits
Propagates mixin — Simulink does
not automatically infer the direct feedthrough settings. Instead,
it uses the value returned by the
System object does not support code generation
returns false, indicating that direct feedthrough is not enabled.
To override the default behavior, implement the
in your class definition file.
Nondirect mixin to allow a System object to
be used in a Simulink feedback loop. A delay object is an example
of a nondirect feedthrough object.
To use this mixin, you must subclass from this class in addition
to subclassing from the
matlab.System base class.
Type the following syntax as the first line of your class definition
ObjectName is the name of your object:
classdef ObjectName < matlab.system &... matlab.system.mixin.Nondirect
|isInputDirectFeedthroughImpl||Direct feedthrough status of input|
|outputImpl||Output calculation from input or internal state of System object|
|updateImpl||Update object states based on inputs|