From the series: MATLAB and Simulink Basics
Joachim Schlosser, MathWorks
Brad Hieb, MathWorks
Shaun Kalinowski, MathWorks
Christoph Hahn, MathWorks
Is your team working with large Simulink models? Are you wondering how industry professionals deal with such complex issues? If so, this episode is perfect for you. Shaun Kalinowski, Brad Hieb, and Joachim Schlosser introduce you to model structuring with Simulink. They’ve all worked in the automotive industry for years and share a passion for racing. Focusing on the three main modeling principles; function, readability, and performance, they provide an insight to industry-relevant models, they touch on strategies such as subsystem modeling and signal routing and share their best practices.
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MATLAB and Simulink Racing Lounge: Design Optimization - What’s Behind It? Sarah Drewes and Christoph Hahn of MathWorks set up an optimization task for a suspension assembly in Simulink Design Optimization. They look at the mathematics involved and share best practices to obtain optimal results in an efficient manner.
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