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Class: DataTypeWorkflow.Converter
Package: DataTypeWorkflow

Simulate converter’s system


simOut = converter.simulateSystem()
simOut = converter.simulateSystem(Name,Value)
simOut = converter.simulateSystem(ParameterStruct)
simOut = converter.simulateSystem(ConfigSet)


simOut = converter.simulateSystem() simulates the converter’s selected system.

simOut = converter.simulateSystem(Name,Value) uses additional options specified by one or more Name,Value pair arguments. This method accepts the same Name,Value pairs as the sim function.

simOut = converter.simulateSystem(ParameterStruct) simulates the converter’s selected system using the parameter values specified in the structure, ParameterStruct.

simOut = converter.simulateSystem(ConfigSet) simulates the converter’s selected system using the configuration settings specified in the model configuration set, ConfigSet.


  • The SimulationMode property must be set to normal. The Fixed-Point Designer™ software does collect simulation ranges in Rapid accelerator or Hot restart modes.

  • The SrcWorkspace parameter must be set to either base or current.

Input Arguments

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Structure with fields that are the names of the configuration parameters for the simulation. The corresponding values are the parameter values.

Data Types: struct

Configuration set, specified as a Simulink.ConfigSet, containing the values of the model parameters.

Output Arguments

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Simulink.SimulationOutput object containing the simulation outputs: logged time, states, and signals.


  • To correspond your simulation to a specific run name, before simulation, change the CurrentRunName property of the DataTypeWorkflow.Converter object.

  • DataTypeWorkflow.Converter.simulateSystem provides functionality similar to the sim command, except that simulateSystem preserves the model-wide data type override and instrumentation settings of each run.