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Topic: Simulink integrators with accelerated functions?
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Matt Feinstein

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Simulink integrators with accelerated functions?
Posted: Jul 9, 1996 11:36 AM
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Simulink supplies a suite of 'integrator' functions to integrate
S-functions-- we find these functions real useful for 'batching'
Simulink runs. However, the Simulink documentation doesn't say how to
use the integrators on functions that have been accelerated-- our
experience is that even if you specify an accelerated function, the
unaccelerated one is the one that runs. Is there some option flag
that will make this work, or is it something that just doesn't work
the way we'd like it to..????

Matt Feinstein
mfein@aplcomm.jhuapl.edu





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