Simulink Coder

Simulink Code generates and executes C and C++ code from Simulink diagrams, Stateflow charts, and MATLAB functions. The generated source code can be used for real-time and nonreal-time applications, including simulation acceleration, rapid prototyping, and hardware-in-the-loop testing. The Simulink Coder is a platform for the individual to develop, compile, indent the code and create a suitable assembly language equivalent, often done by means of another platform. Simulink Coder provides user-selectable options to facilitate execution of generated code in desktop and simulation environments. The MATLAB coder is a later-generation tool, built to assist the user in simplifying the process of composing a code for a particular task. Simulink Coder enables you to define and control how the model data appears in the generated code. 

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  • External C Functions
  • Configure Data Interface                        
    • Data Objects for Generated Code
    • Declaration of  Data    
    • Effects of Simulation on Data Typing                                  
    • New Data Objects                                                        
    • Model and Test Environment               
      • Adverse Conditions and Code  
      • Code for the Model        
      • Executable          
      • Functional Design of the Model
      • Generation Settings       
      • Model configuration for Code Generation      
      • Simulation Test Environment   
      • Subsystems         
      • Top Model