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Model-Based Design

Simulation Software
Simulation software is used to simulate dynamic behavior of a system that is represented by a mathematical model.
Variant Configuration
Create and manage multiple design variant configurations, for more modular system design.
Modeling and Simulation
Modeling and simulation help you to understand the behavior of a dynamic system and how the various components of that system interact with one another.
State Machine - Stateflow - Simulink
Stateflow® is an environment for modeling and simulating combinatorial and sequential decision logic based on state machines and flow charts. Use Stateflow to design logic for supervisory control, task scheduling, and fault management applications.
Mécatronique
Découvrez comment optimiser grâce à la mécatronique la conception, la modélisation et la simulation de systèmes complexes (vidéos, exemples…)
Model Based Testing
Model-based testing lets you generate test cases from models of system behavior. Learn more through videos, examples, and webinars.
Submitted: September 27, 2012
Simulink Target Hardware
Simulink targets are low-cost hardware solutions, including LEGO MINDSTORMS NXT and BeagleBoard, that useful for prototyping, testing, and running models on hardware directly from Simulink.
Submitted: September 27, 2012
Simulink Projects
Learn how to use Simulink Projects to manage your project files and connect to source control software. Resources include videos and examples on how teams can collaborate with Model-Based Design.
Submitted: September 27, 2012
State Chart
Learn how to model state charts with Stateflow. Resources include videos, examples, and documentation covering a general introduction of state charts, design patterns, and other topics.
Submitted: September 27, 2012
Queuing Theory
Explore Queuing Theory with MATLAB, Statistics Toolbox and SimEvents to answer questions about scheduling, resource allocation and traffic flow. Resources include examples and documentation covering different queuing theory systems, such as an M/M/1 and G/G/1 systems and Little’s Law.
Submitted: March 09, 2012
Requirements Traceability
Requirements traceability lets you trace your model elements, tests, and code to external requirements. It helps analyze and manage change in your design.
Submitted: Dec 12, 2011
Formal Verification
Formal verification methods help you confirm your MATLAB and Simulink models, Stateflow charts, and C/C++ code behave correctly.
Submitted: Dec 12, 2011
Finite State Machine
Learn how to model finite state machines with Stateflow. Resources include videos, examples, and documentation covering a general introduction of finite state machines, design patterns, and other topics.
Submitted: Sep 9, 2011
State Diagram
Learn how to model state diagrams with Stateflow. Resources include videos, examples, and documentation covering a general introduction of state diagrams, design patterns, and other topics.
Submitted: Sep 9, 2011
Control Logic
Learn how to model control logic with Stateflow. Resources include videos, examples, and documentation covering a general introduction of control logic, design patterns, and other topics.
Submitted: Sep 9, 2011
MathWorks - Simulink Report Generator  
MATLAB and Simulink Report Generator creates customized reports in multiple output formats from your MATLAB, Simulink, and Stateflow data and models. You can automatically document your large-scale systems, as you create a set of reusable and extensible templates that facilitate the transfer of information across departments.
Submitted: Jul 19, 2002
Physical Modeling  
Accelerate system-level analysis and control design with accurate and intuitive models of your physical system

The design of engineering systems requires tight integration of many engineering disciplines. To be successful, teams of engineers must collaborate using a wide array of diverse technologies. Software, in the form of control algorithms and signal processing algorithms, plays an ever increasing role in these systems. Developing software alongside the physical system results in optimized designs and the detection of errors earlier in the design process.

Submitted: Mar 19, 2008
Getting Started with Simulink Demo Video  
This video demo gets you started with Simulink. It takes you through many key concepts in building and simulating a model. We will build up a model from scratch while taking you through a number of features of Simulink.
Submitted: Apr 14, 2008
DUBSI - the Dutchroll Blockset for Simulink  
The Dutchroll Blockset for Simulink (in short: DUBSI) is a collection of several general-purpose Simulink blocks. The blockset is also available as the blocklibrary BLOCKLIB_MISC of the Flight Dynamics and Control Toolbox; DUBSI is the stand-alone version of that blocklibrary.
Submitted: Dec 18, 2007
Model-Based Design  
Model-Based Design ist ein effizienter und kostengünstiger Weg um Embedded Systeme zu entwickeln.
Submitted: Dec 18, 2007



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