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Topic: MathWorks Webinar: Teaching State Machines and Control Logic with Simulink and Stateflow
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Marc Ricci

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MathWorks Webinar: Teaching State Machines and Control Logic with Simulink and Stateflow
Posted: Mar 22, 2010 10:20 AM
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Join us on 3/23 at 9:00 am (U.S. EDT) for a free webinar:
"Teaching State Machines and Control Logic with Simulink and Stateflow"

Register here: http://bit.ly/bTihIc
This is Part 1 of a three-part webinar series intended for faculty and students involved in teaching and research on:
• Reactive control systems
• Control system logic
• Finite state machines
• Scheduling
• Fault detection
• Event driven systems

Stateflow is a popular tool for modeling and simulating these types of systems in industry. Common uses include diagnostics testing for automotive; guidance, navigation and control for aerospace; and machine logic for industrial robotics.

As a teaching tool Stateflow can be useful to teach concepts such as digital logic, fault management, and path planning found in robotics and mechatronics.

In Part 1, we begin by discussing the foundational elements of Stateflow: states and transitions. We then move onto additional features, such as state entry actions, subcharts, and graphical functions. Parts 2 & 3 will be available as recorded webinars.

A Q&A session will follow the presentation and demos.

Presenter: Michael Carone, MathWorks product marketing manager for Stateflow

Register here: http://bit.ly/bTihIc



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