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CAN Network Communication
Learn how to send and receive data from a CAN network using MATLAB and Simulink. Resources include examples and documentation on data transfer over CAN bus.
Submitted: October 18, 2011
Software Quality Objectives for Source Code  
Software quality objectives for automotive systems involve a variety of techniques and measurements, including gathering code metrics, enforcing coding rules, and proving the absence of run-time errors. Learn more through videos, application guidelines, and documentation focusing on Polyspace code verification products.
Submitted: April 22, 2011
Verification, Validation (V and V), and Test in Model-Based Design  
Continuous test and verification is a cornerstone of Model-Based Design. Early verification and validation, also known as V and V, enables you to find errors early in the development process, when they are less costly to fix. One way that Model-Based Design achieves this efficiency is through simulation and testing.
Submitted: April 22, 2011
Automotive  
Automotive business in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Submitted: Oct 12, 2008
Modelling guidelines for Automotive  
Model driven development is drawing great number of automotive OEM's and TIER - I companies to MATLAB products. This link give an update of all the latest activities going on in this direction. There are conference papers, guideline docs etc prepared by the best in the industry.
Submitted: Feb 07, 2006
Automotive  
Using MATLAB® and Simulink®, automotive engineering organizations speed up embedded controller development and calibration, and deliver vehicles that meet market requirements for safety, comfort, functionality, fuel economy, and vehicle performance.
Submitted: Mar 29, 2010
Vehicle Network Toolbox 1.1  
Vehicle Network Toolbox™ lets you send and receive CAN packets directly from MATLAB® or Simulink®. It enables encoding, decoding, and filtering of CAN messages and lets you work with industry-standard CAN database files.
Submitted: Feb 24, 2010



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