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connecting matlab m file to simulink
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Posted by pinky on 26 June, 2009 - 7:23 am
[moderator's note: See thread http://www.control.com/thread/1245689960]

as a part of my project, i need matlab m file programm as a block in simulink. there are some user defined functions in simulink like sfunction. embedded matlab function blocks are available and i wrote the programs but shows some error... if any body can help me plz... i am doing simulation in simulink and to reduce the complexity. i thought of writing progms in m file but i failed to make it as a simulink block.. if anybody knows the way of using embedded matlab function plz

my email id is pinky1766 [at] gmail.com


Posted by sershap on 28 June, 2009 - 5:14 pm
Hi,

MATLAB has well-documented help and examples concerning S-Functions. Visit following folder in Simulink Library Browser: [Simulink->User-Defined Functions->S-Function examples] system for more information
Also, there is one more way to include m-file calculations into Simulink: write a general m-file function and use it within [Simulink->User-Defined Functions->MATLAB Function] library block

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Serg
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