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How to use syms inside a function that is called in simulink?
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littleboydan on 27 Mar 2020
Answered: Divya Yerraguntla on 30 Mar 2020
I have an Extended Kalman Filter in which I have written Matlab functions for jacobians.
I have used syms from symbolic toolbox in order to compute the jacobians. However I get the error message "Function 'syms' not supported for code generation." when I run the Simulink Function.
How do I avoid this error and compute the jacobians ?
The following is my jacobian function which I use in the EKF block.
function Jss = stateTransitionJacobian(X,U)
syms x [3 1];
syms y [3 1];
syms z [4 1];
syms a [3 1];
syms b [3 1];
ge=[0; 0; 9.81];
Qplus=[z1 -z2 -z3 -z4; z2 z1 -z4 z3; z3 z4 z1 -z2; z4 -z3 z2 z1];
Qminus=[z1 -z2 -z3 -z4; z2 z1 z4 -z3; z3 -z4 z1 z2; z4 z3 -z2 z1];
I34=[0 1 0 0; 0 0 1 0; 0 0 0 1];
% Xdot=[p1; v1; q1];
Js=jacobian([x; y; z]+[x1; y1; z1]*deltat,[x; y; z]);
Jss=subs(Js,[x; y; z; a; b],[p; v; q; fm; omegam]);
Divya Yerraguntla on 30 Mar 2020
As the error describes the syms function is not supported for Code Generation. So a possible workaround in your case would be to use matlabFunction function in order to convert your symbolic expressions to function handle. This eliminates the dependency on Symbolic Math Toolbox and hence facilitates Code Generation.
Workflow to use matlabFunction:
Have a look at matlabFunction for examples on function usage.
Hope it helps!
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