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This article describes a workflow for building a component model from requirements, simulating the component model, and then connecting it to a system-level model for further simulation and testing.
ene 2014
This paper outlines the requirements and considerations for developing and deploying physical system models.
ene 2014
A MATLAB and Simulink workflow for developing a desktop or lab dynamometer capable of running at lower DC bus voltages.
dic 2013
Using industry-standard tools such as MATLAB and Simulink, and low-cost hardware such as Arduino, Beagleboard, LEGO MINDSTORMS, and Raspberry Pi, students tackle real engineering problems and acquire the skills they will need for careers in industry.
oct 2013
Third-party products help developers prototype and deploy human machine interface (HMI) applications with integrated graphics and multi-touch and voice input using Model-Based Design.
oct 2013
Engineers and scientists connect MATLAB and Simulink to FPGAs, microprocessors, cameras, instruments, and other hardware to design, test, and verify systems that combine hardware and software components.
oct 2013
A novel combination of the extended Kalman filter (EKF) algorithm, a two-RC-block equivalent circuit, and the coulomb counting method facilitates runtime SOC evaluation for commercial high-power LFP cells.
abr 2013
Use a layered approach to break the parameter estimation problem into a subset of data and parameter values so that the optimizer can focus on a specific problem.
abr 2013
With a custom rapid control prototyping platform and Model-Based Design, Hella engineers produce a real-time prototype incorporating 80% of the final product’s functionality in a few months.
mar 2013
Using Simulink, BPG engineers can simulate aspects of the Uno dicycle that would be too costly, dangerous, or time-consuming to experiment with on the actual hardware.
ene 2013
Use the Model Advisor exclusion capability to speed up verification of Simulink and Stateflow models.
ene 2013
An interview with a senior Simulink development team lead and an example showing how Simulink R2012b simplifies model navigation, simulation analysis, and model editing.
ene 2013
Model-Based Software Design, an elective course for fifth-year students, prepares future engineers by combining lectures and practical exercises with seminars conducted by local industry experts.
dic 2012
To improve code quality, development teams complement traditional software verification activities with static code analysis using Polyspace code verifiers, which use formal methods with abstract interpretation to verify C, C++, or Ada code.
dic 2012
Simulations in MATLAB and Simulink enable Johnson Matthey engineers to understand the complex interactions taking place within a catalyst, see which parameters most affect the output, and make design trade-offs based on the results.
nov 2012
A discussion of the evolution of AUTOSAR and its implication for embedded design.
nov 2012
From simulation and early verification to real-time testing, Model-Based Design results in shorter, less costly design cycles and helps designers create more robust, higher-performing control systems for motor control applications.
oct 2012
Automating the transition from Simulink models representing analog and digital components to HDL descriptions using HDL Coder.
may 2012
This paper describes the interoperability of tools that support Model-Based Design. It focuses on mechanisms defined by AUTOSAR, and outlines how to verify and validate designs at different stages in the workflow.
may 2012
NASA Langley’s MATLAB based control system fully automates the welding process and produces complex components from a 3D CAD representation.
may 2012
This paper describes how it is impossible to use traditional testing methods in order to test complex software systems. It shows how engineers can use formal methods to specify the full range of data in the calibration tables and verify software.
abr 2012
TNO's shockwave-damping software helps ensure smooth traffic flow after sudden braking incidents.
abr 2012
By using Model-Based Design with Simulink, the team created a novel pump design and reduced development time by 50%.
ene 2012
With accurate vehicle simulation models enable engineers to quantitatively determine the optimal tradeoff between the conflicting demands of vehicle performance and fuel economy.
nov 2011
Examples show how Model-Based Design enables organizations worldwide to cut development time by 50% or more.
oct 2011
Balance speed and accuracy by using Simscape to configure your model for real- time simulation.
oct 2011
Polyspace identified the 97% of code that was free of certain run-time errors, enabling Elektrobit to focus code reviews on the remaining 3%.
jun 2011
This paper describes the tool classification and qualification approach of ISO/FDIS 26262 “Road Vehicles - Functional Safety” and summarizes the authors’ firsthand experiences with implementing this approach for development and verification tools.
abr 2011
University of Delaware researchers to identify the best combination of performance and efficiency.
mar 2011
Using an automotive CD player system as an example, this article demonstrates a workflow for verifying system behavior in the presence of communication latencies.
dic 2010
Mercedes engineers use a custom calibration tool to extract the highest possible performance from AMG powertrains.
oct 2010
We performed coupled electro-mechanical finite element analysis of an electro-statically actuated micro-electro-mechanical (MEMS) device.
jul 2010
This article provides brief profiles of 7 customers who use parallel computing to solve computationally intensive problems: Max Planck Institute, EIM Group, Argonne National Laboratory, C-COR, MIT, Univ of London, Univ of Geneva.
nov 2009
Outlines the challenges involved in the manual translation from MATLAB to C, demonstrates how to use the Embedded MATLAB subset for automatic translation, and provides best practices for coding your MATLAB algorithm to improve the generated C code.
nov 2009
By enabling C-code generation directly from MATLAB algorithms, the Embedded MATLAB language subset closes the gap between exploration and implementation.
nov 2009
Model-Based Design enabled IAV to reduce their mass-production ECU development process from three years to just 18 months.
nov 2009
Using a do-while loop as an example, this article demonstrates how modeling design patterns can be used to generate efficient C code from algorithm models.
sep 2009
Using an aerospace system model as an example, this article describes the parallelization of a controller parameter tuning task using Parallel Computing Toolbox and Simulink Design Optimization.
may 2009
When Tesla Motors developed the world’s first all-electric product sports car, they used Model-Based Design to model the entire vehicle and its major subsystems, run detailed simulations, analyze performance, and evaluate design trade-offs.
ene 2009
This article shows how engineers who use Simulink and Stateflow within Model-Based Design can integrate state machines and control logic designed with Stateflow with Simulink blocks, subsystems, and components.
ene 2009
Using a fault-tolerant fuel system model as an example, this article describes tools and a workflow for converting models from floating- to fixed-point for production code generation. The approach described uses two tools in Simulink Fixed Point.
nov 2008
BMW developed a motion-stereo system that constructs a 3-D model of the area around the car from 2-D images generated by a single side-view camera.
nov 2008
Article Reprint from The MathWorks News & Notes, 2008: MATLAB based algorithms translate the millions of drive files accumulated by test vehicles into reports on vehicle performance and refueling infrastructure.
sep 2008
Software systems deployed in safety-critical applications in aerospace and other industries must satisfy rigorous development and verification standards.
may 2008
This article describes methods for modeling and simulating continuous and hybrid continuous-locking mechanical friction using Simulink, Simscape, SimDriveline, and SimMechanics. It is co-authored by Caterpillar and The MathWorks.
may 2008
This paper describes how John Deere adopted Model-Based Design for commercial vehicle development and discusses the benefits and lessons learned.
dic 2007
Using disparate tools and languages to develop analog mixed-signal ICs makes the design process prone to error, time-consuming, and complicated. Model-Based Design addresses these problems by completing all design stages in MATLAB and Simulink.
sep 2007
Automated model checks help ensure that standards are correctly implemented in your Simulink model.
jun 2007
This paper introduces Model-Based Design, highlights some of its benefits, and discusses 10 best practices for adopting a Model-Based Design culture across an organization.
abr 2007
This paper discusses the challenges of performing configuration management of the models and associated files central to Model-Based Design for use in a production environment.
abr 2007
Researchers at the University of Michigan–Dearborn study the feasibility of using plug-in series hybrid technology to extend the range of electric vehicles.
abr 2007
This article describes a process for creating a parameterized battery model capable of providing accurate simulation results and fast simulation speed.
abr 2007
An accurate system model is one that performs as expected and produces the desired results. To achieve this level of accuracy you must have a clear modeling goal.
nov 2006
System engineers streamline the workflow with Model-Based Design and a virtual breadboard.
oct 2006
All but the simplest rigid-body machines are designed to operate within kinematic constraints that restrict the motion of machine components independently of the forces imposed upon them.
sep 2006
Engineers and scientists use a variety of approaches to improve or design quality into products.
jul 2006
SimMechanics and Simulink combine to form an efficient tool for simulating rigid-body mechanical systems, especially in control systems applications.
may 2006
Electronically controlled automotive safety systems contribute significantly to vehicle safety, and they present a unique set of engineering challenges as well.
mar 2006
Automotive engineers have developed lane tracking and departure warning systems that use a small camera to transmit video information about lane markings and road conditions.
ene 2006
PC-based rapid prototyping within Model-Based Design is widely recognized as a quick, efficient way to test ideas and experimental solutions early in development, when they are easier and less costly to fix.
ene 2006
The need to bring innovative, high quality products to market faster is driving the increased use of models during the design and realization process in industry.
nov 2003

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