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Design patterns for single- or multi-system execution at specific times


Schedule Execution of Simulink Subsystems

Describes three design patterns for scheduling algorithms in your state machine

Schedule Multiple Subsystems in a Single Step

The ladder logic scheduler design pattern allows you to specify the order in which multiple Simulink® subsystems execute in a single time step.

Schedule One Subsystem in a Single Step

With the loop scheduler design pattern, you can schedule one Simulink subsystem to execute multiple times in a single time step.

Schedule Subsystems to Execute at Specific Times

The temporal logic scheduler design pattern allows you to schedule Simulink subsystems to execute at specified times.

Schedule Function Calls

You can schedule calls to Simulink and MATLAB® functions by using conditional and time-based logic in Stateflow®.

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