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Eric zouania

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Block error Solver Configuration simulink Not enought input derivatives were...
Posted: Nov 11, 2012 11:59 AM
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Good moning,

When i play electrical gate simulation. Simulink show simulation diagnostics with this message.

Not enough input derivatives were provided for one or more Simulink-PS Converter blocks associated with the highlighted Solver Configuration block, for the solver chosen. Implicit solvers (ode23t, ode15s, and ode14x) typically require fewer input derivatives than explicit solvers, and local solvers never require any. You can provide more input derivatives by selecting different options (including turning input filtering on or increasing the number of user-provided input derivatives) on the Input Handling tab of Simulink-PS Converter blocks linked below:

I try to read this page:
http://www.mathworks.fr/support/solutions/en/data/1-H0CP1L/index.html?product=SS&solution=1-H0CP1L
But i anderstand nothing

Can you help me?

Thanks



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