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Can I run the same Simulink model in different Matlab sessions at the same time? Or would they get mixed up?

Asked by Ana Guerra Langan on 15 Nov 2019 at 15:19
Latest activity Answered by Mark McBroom on 17 Nov 2019 at 21:58
I would like to run my Simulink model on different Matlab sessions/computers so as to get all my results quicker. My question is, since they are al opening the same model and changing parameters in it, are simulations going to get mixed up or does each individual Matlab or computer save the model in memory and runs that without affecting the rest?
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Answer by Mark McBroom on 17 Nov 2019 at 21:58
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Each session will be completely independent. The only way to have the sessions interact with each other is if you change the Simulink model in one MATLAB session. If you are using the same model but simply changing workspace parameters in each session, the models will be completely independent.

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Answer by ME
on 15 Nov 2019 at 15:27
Edited by ME
on 15 Nov 2019 at 15:28

I can't specifically answer for Simulink because I've never used it but standard Matlab scripts would be fine with this. I imagine that means Simulink would be okay as well.

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Yea, I'm doubting because I change initial conditions and Simulink block parametrs on each run... so not sure if once I change these on the second or third session it will affect the rest
If it’s anything like standard Matlab then that definitely won’t be a problem as each instance of MATLAB works independently of the others. One would assume that Simulink would be the same.
Of course, if you aren’t convinced then you could test it with something simple.

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