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MathWorks - Simulink Control Design  
Simulink Control Design provides advanced functionality for performing linear analysis of nonlinear models. You can extract linear approximations of a model to analyze characteristics such as time and frequency responses and pole-zero dynamics. A graphical user interface (GUI) and programming capabilities reduce the complexity and time required to develop the linearized models.
Submitted: Jun 21, 2004
MathWorks - SimPowerSystems  
SimPowerSystems models and simulates electrical power systems within the Simulink environment. It has powerful capabilities for modeling the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power, especially when designing associated control systems.
Submitted: Jan 12, 2003
MathWorks - SimMechanics  
With SimMechanics, you can directly model mechanical components (bodies and joints), simulate their motion, and analyze the results all within the Simulink environment.
Submitted: Oct 24, 2003
MathWorks - Simulink  
Simulink is an interactive tool for modeling, simulating, and analyzing dynamic, multidomain systems. It lets you accurately describe, simulate, evaluate, and refine a system's behavior through standard and custom block libraries. Simulink integrates seamlessly with MATLAB, providing you with immediate access to an extensive range of analysis and design tools. These benefits make Simulink the tool of choice for control system design, signal processing system design, communications system design, and other simulation applications.
Submitted: Jul 05, 1999
MathWorks - Simulink Parameter Estimation  
Simulink Parameter Estimation is a tool that helps you calibrate the response of your Simulink model to the outputs of a physical system, eliminating the need to tune model parameters by trial and error or develop your own optimization routines.
Submitted: Jun 21, 2004
MathWorks - SimDriveline  
SimDriveline extends Simulink® with tools for modeling and simulating the mechanics of driveline (drivetrain) systems. These tools include components such as gears, rotating shafts, and clutches; standard transmission templates; and engine and tire models.
Submitted: Aug 06, 2004
MathWorks - Stateflow  
Stateflow is an interactive design tool for modeling and simulating event-driven systems. Tightly integrated with Simulink and MATLAB, Stateflow provides an elegant solution for designing embedded systems that contain control, supervisory, or mode logic. Its combination of graphical modeling and animated simulation brings system specification and design closer together.
Submitted: May 28, 2000
MathWorks - Simulink Verification and Validation  
Expands the Simulink development environment by measuring test completeness. It enables requirements-based testing of your designs and lets you identify inadequate requirements, unnecessary constructs, and design flaws.
Submitted: Jun 01, 2004
MathWorks - Simulink Response Optimization  
Simulink Response Optimization is a tool that helps you tune design parameters in Simulink models by optimizing time-based signals to meet user-defined constraints. It optimizes scalar, vector, and matrix-type variables and constrains multiple signals at any level in the model.
Submitted: May 06, 2001
MathWorks - Simulink Accelerator  
The Simulink Accelerator increases the simulation speed of your model by accelerating model execution and using model profiling to help you identify performance bottlenecks.
Submitted: Jun 21, 2004
MathWorks - Stateflow Coder  
Available separately for use with Stateflow, Stateflow Coder generates highly efficient integer or floating-point C code for stand-alone targets.
Submitted: May 06, 2001
MathWorks - Simulink Fixed Point  
Simulink Fixed Point enables the intrinsic fixed-point capabilities of the Simulink product family, letting you design control and signal processing systems that will be implemented using fixed-point arithmetic.
Submitted: Jun 21, 2004
Simulink & Modeling M-files  
Collection of user contributed files from the MATLAB Central File Exchange.
Submitted: Apr 18, 2000
Simulink Induction MAchine Model  
This page includes detailed information on the Simulink Induction Machine model that was published at IEMDC 2003.
Submitted: Jul 14, 2005
Working Model 2D - Software for motion simulation and analysis of mechanical systems on desktop computers  
Working Model 2D is an award-winning motion simulation package that allows engineers, designers, and animators to build and analyze mechanical systems quickly on desktop computers. Users can import geometries from popular CAD systems or draw them in Working Model 2D. Click the Run button and watch your designs spring to life. Interface MATLAB to Working Model 2D and start simulating how your control systems behave when driving a real mechanical system. Working Model 2D communicates with MATLAB in real time, so your control system can receive measurement information from Working Model 2D and send control signals back while you watch the mechanical system move on your PC.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
Dymola™ - Dynamic Modeling Laboratory  
Dymola™ is an object-oriented language and a program for modeling large systems. Reuse of modeling knowledge is supported by use of libraries containing model classes and through inheritance. The user need not convert the equations to assignment statements. This is done symbolically by Dymola. Matrix equations facilitate convenient modeling of 3-D mechanical systems, control systems, etc. Discontinuous equations and instantaneous equations are supported to model friction, impact and difference equations. Dymola automatically generates the needed time and state events.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
ADAMS/Plant and ADAMS/Controls - Easy integration of mechanical system simulation and control system  
ADAMS/Plant and ADAMS/Controls help control system developers eliminate the need to write complex equations of motion for mechanical plants. The software enables users to graphically model mechanical systems, containing a variety of constraints and force types as well as parts of arbitrary shape, then directly integrate their Simulink - developed control system models within these mechanical system designs. Users can then simulate their systems' full-motion behavior from within the Simulink environment and visualize the results using animations and plotting. Application Areas: Aerospace; Automotive; Control system design/analysis; Global Positioning Systems; Heavy machinery; Materials research; System identification;Test equipment/instruments; Thermodynamics.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
IDCON - Identification of continuous-time dynamic systems  
IDCON provides powerful and industry-proven methods for experimental modeling, i.e., for identification of dynamic systems based on measured data especially with arbitrarily varying input signals or frequency response data. Additionally, IDCON provides functions for filtering noisy signals and calculating pure time-delay approximations and graphical filter design. The filter characteristics for filter design may be determined easily via graphical definition of the desired amplitude response. The resulting mathematical models describe the system in frequency domain as a transfer function. The use of IDCON is not limited to any application area.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
MECHMACS­Mechanical Macros - A library of mechanical building blocks for use with Simulink  
Each of these building blocks consists of several components and a dialog box for the block parameters, which describes the dynamic behavior of the system under induced displacements, velocities, and external forces. By connecting these blocks in Simulink, it is easy to build complex mechanical chain structures and analyze the resulting system in the time domain.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
Ptolemy Simulation Engine  
Ptolemy Simulation Engine - Ptolemy Simulation Engine - Ptolemy is a full simulation suite and code generation tool from UC Berkeley. Ptolemy Classic, written in C/C++, can incorporate MATLAB tools as needed. Ptolemy II, written in Java, has an interface to MATLAB.
Submitted: Apr 11, 2000
Verification, Validation (V and V) and Test in Model-Based Design  
Continuous test and verification is a cornerstone of Model-Based Design [http://www.mathworks.com/applications/controldesign/description/mbd.html]. 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: Dec 18, 2007
Consulting and Model Development - Multi-disciplined model development  
MPR can develop and validate models of any equipment or system used in electrical generating stations (diesel, combustion turbine, steam cycle, combined cycle, and others), chemical process plants, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, and marine installations. We can develop these models as part of your modeling efforts, develop the complete model for distribution within your organization, or develop the model and perform the analysis. We also build complete user interfaces for your application, making the detailed code user-transparent. We have extensive experience with compiling MATLAB/Simulink codes as well as a vast library of existing models. Finally, MPR produces software-based "trainers" used to train operators on equipment operation and tuning.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
Simulation of Electric Machine and Drive Systems  
This package presents computer models of electric machines based on the space vector formulation leading to the assessment of the dynamic performance of open- and closed-loop ac and dc drive systems. The Simulink/Matlab implementation is adopted because of its inherent integration of vectorized system representations in block diagram form, of numerical analysis methods, of graphical portrayal of time evolutions of signals combined with the simple realization of the functionality of controllers and power electronic excitations. The development of Simulink models of drive assemblies is a relatively simple task consisting of combining input-output block representation of the various components making up the system; these blocks can readily be reused (utilizing standard copy-and-paste techniques) to modify the system components or the configuration of the system. This approach provides a powerful design tool because of the ease of observing the effects of parameters modifications and of differing system configurations and control strategies.
Submitted: Dec 12, 2007
Active-HDL to MATLAB®/Simulink® Interface  
Active-HDL provides an interface to MATLAB ver. 6.5 and Simulink ver. 5.0 simulation environment, which allows co-simulation of functional blocks described by using mathematical formulas, behavioral models and hardware description languages.
Submitted: Aug 30, 2004
DUBSI, a Simulink Blockset  
The Dutchroll Blockset for Simulink (DUBSI), version 1.0, is a generic blockset with a number of useful Simulink blocks. Included are several source signals, switches, new To Workspace blocks, variable gains, rotations, a useful Moving Average filter and a 'soft limiter', plus detailed HTML documentation.
Submitted: Jun 28, 2002
Transient Performance Advisor™ - The master modeling and simulation software  
Transient Performance Advisor™ (TPA) provides the user with a wide variety of pre-defined and validated models which cover a broad range of disciplines. TPA is available as individual blocksets or custom-configured with a user interface for your specific system design. Three of the biggest strengths of TPA are validation, first principles models, and diversity. All libraries in TPA are validated over all expected ranges of operation by industry-recognized experts. MPR uses a first-principles approach for all models, minimizing the use of approximations and look-up tables and allowing you to study many second- and third-order effects. TPA also contains models from a wide variety of disciplines.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
SLATE - Product development automation software  
SLATE (System Level Automation Tool for Engineers) is computer-aided engineering groupware for system designers. SLATE accelerates the design process by managing the entire design life cycle, from pre-proposal and proposal through implementation. SLATE's life cycle management functions include facilitating the major design tasks such as design capture, decomposition, partitioning, performance allocation and analysis, verification and simulation, requirement capture and tracking, document generation as well as supporting multiple design objectives (such as cost, reliability, and safety) required for a successful product.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
Altia Design - Optimize the value of your simulation models  
Altia Design is simulation graphics software that helps engineers quickly build a real-time, interactive control, and visualization graphical user interface (GUI) for their Simulink, Stateflow, and dSPACE models. This GUI, which looks and behaves like the product's real user interface, makes model design, debug, and test significantly more accurate, efficient, and easy to communicate. Altia graphics can be connected to simulators covering a wide range of engineering disciplines, from control systems modeling to software engineering and industrial design.
Submitted: Apr 07, 2000
EuroSim®  
EuroSim® allows the user, by means of an extensive Graphical User Interface, to define and create simulation models, scan ANSI-C and F77 source code for global data variables, and translate the simulation models into an executable simulator. The simulator can then be used to perform simulations with man-in-the-loop in non-real time and hardware-in-the-loop in real time.
Submitted: Apr 05, 2000
Simulink - 仿真和基于模型的设计  
Simulink 是一个用于对动态系统进行多域建模和模型设计的平台。它提供了一个交互式图形环境,以及一个自定义模块库,并可针对特定应用加以扩展。
Submitted: Nov 12, 2008
TTP-Calibrate - TTP calibration and monitoring tool  
TTP-Calibrate is a powerful tool for calibrating and monitoring distributed real-time systems that are executed on several control units in a network. TTP-Calibrate works directly from the Simulink model and has the potential to run on any time-triggered architecture as well.
Submitted: Jul 01, 2004
DECOMSYS  
Simulink blocksets used by control engineers to design and simulate communication systems. They contain blocks for triggered protocol TTP and include support for reading and writing messages of simulated communication systems, allowing users to develop distributed applications that use a specified protocol.
Submitted: Oct 15, 2002
Simulink - 시뮬레이션 및 모델기반설계를 위한 플랫폼  
Simulink는 다이나믹 시스템의 멀티도메인 시뮬레이션 및 모델 기반 설계를 위한 플랫폼입니다. Simulink는 대화식 그래픽 환경 및 사용자 정의 가능한 블록 라이브러리 세트를 제공하고 • 특화된 애플리케이션으로의 확장이 가능합니다.
Submitted: Nov 12, 2008
robsim - A simple MATLAB simulation for camera based control of mobile robots  
This small set of MATLAB m-scripts can be used to learn about camera controlled mobile robots and linear estimation. The central simulation is robsim, a GUI based m-script which gives access to all available elements of the simulation environment. The simulation robsim has been written to assist students of robotics and mechatronics degrees in developing algorithms for the control of mobile robots based on visual feedback from a ceiling mounted camera. The simulation provides a virtual environment, which closely resembles the real environment of the laboratory. Replacing the live stream of images from the camera by simulated images, the students can develop their robot control algorithms off-line, without the need for access to the actual hardware such as the camera and/or other laboratory equipment. The resulting algorithms can then be verified using real robots. The seamless integration of robsim with the camera control toolbox FireWire VisionTools, ensures a close match between simulation and the real application. In fact, the image processing algorithms developed off-line should perform much the same as when applied to a stream of live images from the real camera. A number of callback functions have been implemented for the definition of a robot model, an optional on-line parameter estimator as well as the actual controller algorithm. These callback functions are called at various stages of the main simulation loop. The use of callback functions has the advantage of separating the code of the control algorithm (to be written by the students) from the code of the simulation itself (remains unaltered).
Submitted: May 23, 2008
Bond Graphs - the add-on library BG V.2.1 for graphical programming of Bond Graphs by means of Simulink  
Power flow oriented modeling of dynamical systems by means of Bond Graphs - an Simulink add-on library with bidirectional conjugated power variables. Nine blocks ensure all essential modes via mask input, e.g. causality changes, nonlinearities, initial values, vectorial operation, power outputs or protection of settings. More then 50 examples describe the different usage as for process modelling, control loops or energy efficiency computation.
Submitted: Jul 21, 2008



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