Mastering Simulink 4
For courses in Control Theory and Operational Amplifiers.Simulink is a programming language specifically designed for simulating dynamical systems using standard block diagram notation. Therefore students should have the appropriate mathematical preparation including a good understanding of the fundamental concepts from introductory courses such as calculus and differential equations. The text presents detailed coverage of programming using Simulink. Beginning with a block diagram tutorial, the book presents an overview of Simulink and describes in detail the procedures for building, editing, and running a Simulink model. The book also provides explanations for debugging techniques, including the interactive debugger. The text concludes with an introduction to Stateflow (TM), a Simulink extension that adds the capability to model finite state machines subsystems using a variant of the popular Statecharts formalism.
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 178.8 x 235.2 x 16.8mm | 607.82g
- 05 Apr 2001
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 2nd edition
Table of contents
1. Introduction. 2. Block Diagrams. 3. Quick Start. 4. Model Building. 5. Continuous Systems. 6. Discrete-Time Systems. 7. Subsystems and Masking. 8. Simulink Analysis Tools. 9. Callbacks. 10. S-Functions. 11. Graphical Animations. 12. Debugging. 13. Numerical Issues. 14. Introduction to Stateflow.
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