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Topic: Parser for Simulink Model
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Bernd Heiming

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Parser for Simulink Model
Posted: Aug 5, 1996 3:11 AM
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Hi all,

is here anybody who has written his own 'parser' (or whatever it is called)
for a simulink block model ?

I need for my special purposes only the structure of the block model.
For every block I have to know, from which other block the input arcs
come from, and to which other blocks the output arcs go.

Or does anybody know another tool (front end) for constructing a block model
and then do my own things with the structure of the model ?

Thanks in advance

Bernd

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B. Heiming
Institute of Control Eng.
Technical Universiy Hamburg-Harburg
Germany
email: heiming@tu-harburg.d400.de





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