Model systems with a finite number of states. Use states to graphically denote the modes of the system. Conditional transitions provide pathways between these modes. Control the behavior of your system through actions in states and on transitions.
|Create Simulink model that contains an empty Stateflow block|
|Open Stateflow block library|
|Open Stateflow block library and create Simulink model that contains an empty chart|
|Open Simulink model|
|Close Stateflow chart|
|Save Simulink model|
|Print Stateflow charts|
|Open Stateflow documentation in Help browser|
|Open Breakpoints and Watch window|
|Open Model Explorer|
|Set user preferences in Stateflow charts|
Model finite state machines by using Stateflow® charts.
- Model Reactive Systems in Stateflow
- Overview of Stateflow Objects
- How Stateflow Objects Interact During Execution
- Specify Properties for Stateflow Charts
Create states to describe the operating modes of a reactive system.
- Eliminate Redundant Code by Combining State Actions
- Record State Activity by Using History Junctions
- Monitor State Activity Through Active State Data
Use conditional transitions as pathways between states.
Create decision points in transition paths.
Efficiently model charts by using states, transitions, and events.
Reserved keywords, name length restrictions, and naming limitations.
Program a chart based on the operating modes of a feeder system.