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Topic: Strategy for interfacing c-mex s-function with external model
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Kate J.

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Re: Strategy for interfacing c-mex s-function with external model
Posted: Jan 9, 2012 6:05 PM
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>> If you already have the model as a DLL, then use that:

Just to be clear, what I currently have is:
~ a Simulink model
~ a c-mex s-function, which gets called as a block within my Simulink model
~ a biomechanical model block within my Simulink model
~ a separate biomechanical model .dll that contains a function that I can theoretically call, to perform the same function as the biomechanical model block that's currently in my Simulink model -- BUT all of this .dll code is written in C++, and might require conversion to C.

Do you still recommend using the call to the biomechanical model function, if the .dll *isn't* yet compatible with my c-mex s-function? Thanks.



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