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Topic: Way to quickly find numbering of states in Simulink?
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Mark David Anderson

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Way to quickly find numbering of states in Simulink?
Posted: Jun 21, 1996 12:18 PM
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I am wondering if there is an easy way to determine the state numbering
that Simulink does, so that initial conditions may be set and the
model run from the command line. It seems that any time an integrator
is added the states are often renumbered, and in no meaningful way,
so it then becomes tedious to try and determine what the new numbering
is. Any help is appreciated,
Mark Anderson





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