Model dynamic startup and shutdown behavior by adding custom routines to the default model initialize and terminate methods. During simulation, control when the methods execute with events. Create functions to reinitialize blocks with initial values.
|Parameter Writer block validation
|Globally or locally enable parameter validation (Since R2023a)
- Using Initialize, Reinitialize, Reset, and Terminate Functions
Set the state of a block with an initialize function-call event. Reset block states with a reinitialize or reset function-call event. Save the state of a block with a terminate function-call event.
- Initialize, Reset, and Terminate State of Simulink Block
This example shows how to use the Initialize Function, Reset Function, and Terminate Function blocks to respond to events in a Simulink model.
- Create Test Harness to Generate Function Calls
Schedule initialize, reset, and terminate function-call events.
- Initialize and Reset Parameter Values
Use the Parameter Writer block to change block parameter values during model simulation.
- Working with the Reinitialize Function Block
This example shows how to use a Reinitialize Function block to reset the initial condition of a Discrete-Time Integrator block for every function-call event received by a subsystem.
- Initialize, Reinitialize, Reset, and Terminate Function Limitations
Determine whether Initialize Function, Reinitialize Function, Reset Function, or Terminate Function blocks support a block, feature, or modeling pattern.
- Prepare Sensor and Controller Models in a Distributed Monitoring System for Code Generation
Prepare models to generate code for deployment on target hardware platforms.
- Use Parameter Writer Block to Change Block Parameters
This example shows how to use the Parameter Writer block to change the values of block parameters.
- Use Connectors Tool to Visualize Connections Between Blocks
This example shows how to use the Connectors tool to visualize the connections between blocks.
- Access Data Store at Higher Level in Model Hierarchy
Access data store defined at a higher-level in the model hierarchy.