Configure Models

Configure block parameters, signal ranges, initial states, data types, sample time

You can configure the behavior of a model by adjusting settings for block parameters, signals, states, and the entire model. You can use these settings to:

  • Control mathematical model behavior.

  • Simulate system behavior on computer hardware.

  • Control the rate of block execution and the numerical accuracy of simulation.

  • Simulate different initial conditions.

  • Blocks
    Customize block behavior by setting block parameters
  • Signals
    Configure signal ranges and dimensions, initialize signals and discrete states
  • Variables
    Assign variable values using model workspace, symbols, data objects, and data classes
  • Sample Time
    Control block execution rates, assign discrete, continuous, or hybrid sample time
  • Data Types
    Assign specific data types to signals and block parameters, define enumerations
  • Model, Block, and Port Callbacks
    Execute code for modeling events such as opening a model
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