Rapid Prototyping and Real-Time Simulation
Choose from several deployment approaches based on application requirements, prototyping or production environment, and your current phase of the development process. If real-time response is critical, build and deploy an executable program. Build the program from a component that controls a system or from a model that represents a system being controlled. In the component case, you build, deploy, and tune code as it runs on a real-time simulator or microprocessor. For a test environment, you build and download an executable program to a model to a hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulation platform. After setting up the environment, run the executable program to validate the system or control unit in real time.
- Deploy Algorithm Model for Real-Time Rapid Prototyping
Deploy algorithm model for testing in real time.
- Deploy Environment Model for Real-Time Hardware-In-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation
Deploy environment model for testing in real time.
- Untrusted Custom Code, Custom Targets, and Callbacks
Use of untrusted custom code entails risk.
- Use S-Function Target for Model or Subsystem
Use a shared library generated from a model or subsystem that you can load dynamically into another application.