The Almost Real-Time Target is a target definition to Real-Time
Workshop from Mathworks. It is called almost real-time, because it
simply sleeps the running process a complete step size. The actual
step size of the model execution is therefore the step size plus the
execution time, hence the name Almost Real-Time.
It is a quick way to test the code, and interface it in real-time from
Simulink in external mode, and it is compatible with multiple
platforms, and easy to use.
Dan Bhanderi (2020). Almost Real-Time Target v2.0 (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/5517-almost-real-time-target-v2-0), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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