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Create Linearization I/O Sets

This example shows how to create a linearization input/output set in the Response Optimization tool or Sensitivity Analysis tool.

You create a linearization input/output set using the Create Linearization I/O Set dialog box. This dialog box may be accessed in two ways:

  • In a requirement dialog box, in the Select Systems to Bound area, click .

  • In the Response Optimization tool, select Linearization I/Os in the New drop-down list.

Create Linearization I/O Set

To create a new linearization I/O set:

  1. In your Simulink® model, select one or more signals that you want to define as a linearization input or output point.

    The selected signals appear in the Create linearization I/O set dialog box under Currently selected signals.

  2. In the Create linearization I/O set dialog box, click a signal name under Currently selected signals.

  3. Click Add. The signal appears in the list of Analysis I/Os.

  4. Select the linearization point type for a signal from the Configuration drop-down list for that signal. For example:

    • If you want the selected signal to be a linearization output point, select Output Measurement.

    • If you want the signal to be an open-loop output point, select Open-loop Output.

  5. Repeat steps 1–4 for any other signals you want to define as linearization I/O points.

      Tip:   To highlight in the Simulink model the location of any signal in the current list of analysis I/O points, select the I/O point in the list and click Highlight.

  6. After you define all the signals for the I/O set, enter a name for the I/O set in the Variable name field located at the top-left of the window.

  7. Click OK.

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