Complex query object for finding specific blocks in linearization results
CompoundQuery query object for finding all the blocks in a
LinearizationAdvisor object that have a specified number of
When you linearize a Simulink® model, you can create a
LinearizationAdvisor object that contains diagnostic information about individual block linearizations. To find block linearizations that satisfy specific criteria, you can use the
find function with custom query objects. Alternatively, you can analyze linearization diagnostics using the Linearization Advisor in the Linear Analysis Tool. For more information on finding specific blocks in linearization results, see Find Blocks in Linearization Results Matching Specific Criteria.
To create a
CompoundQuery object, combine other query objects using
&), OR (
|), and NOT
~) logical operations. For example, see:
QueryType— Query type
Query type, specified as a character vector. By default,
QueryType is constructed using logical operators
QueryType properties of the queries used to
create the compound query. For example, suppose that you create a compound
query for finding all SISO blocks:
qIn = linqueryHasInputs(1); qOut = linqueryHasOutputs(1); qSISO = qIn & qOut;
'(Has 1 Inputs & Has
You can modify
QueryType for your application. For
qSISO.QueryType = 'SISO Blocks';
Description— Query description
''(default) | character vector
Query description, specified as
'' by default. You can
add your own description to the query object using this property.
|Find blocks in linearization results that match specific criteria|
CompundQuery object for finding any blocks that linearize to zero or any non-SISO blocks that are on the linearization path.
Create a query object for finding all non-SISO blocks.
qNotSISO = ~(linqueryHasOutputs(1) & linqueryHasInputs(1));
Create a query object for finding all blocks on the linearization path.
qOnPath = linqueryIsOnPath;
Create a query object for finding all blocks that linearize to zero.
qZero = linqueryIsZero;
To create a query for finding any blocks that linearize to zero or any non-SISO blocks that are on the linearization path, combine the other query objects.
query = (qNotSISO & qOnPath) | qZero
query = CompoundQuery with properties: QueryType: '((~((Has 1 Outputs & Has 1 Inputs)) & On Linearization Path) | Linearized to Zero)' Description: ''
Load the Simulink model.
mdl = 'scdspeed'; load_system(mdl)
Linearize the model and obtain the
opts = linearizeOptions('StoreAdvisor',true); io(1) = linio('scdspeed/throttle (degrees)',1,'input'); io(2) = linio('scdspeed/rad//s to rpm',1,'output'); [sys,op,info] = linearize(mdl,io,opts); advisor = info.Advisor;
Create compound query object for finding all blocks with one input and one output.
qSISO = linqueryHasInputs(1) & linqueryHasOutputs(1);
Find all SISO blocks using compound query object.
advSISO = find(advisor,qSISO)
advSISO = LinearizationAdvisor with properties: Model: 'scdspeed' OperatingPoint: [1x1 opcond.OperatingPoint] BlockDiagnostics: [1x10 linearize.advisor.BlockDiagnostic] QueryType: '(Has 1 Inputs & Has 1 Outputs)'
You can also create custom queries for finding specific blocks in linearization results using the Linearization Advisor in the Linear Analysis Tool. For more information, see Find Blocks in Linearization Results Matching Specific Criteria.