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Riccardo Spica


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Report Generator; how to deal with special characters & indenting
Hi Petra, for your first question, you could exploit the sprintf function. You can refer to the "Special Character" section o...

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Simulink File Comparison Custom Filters
Hello, I am trying to set up a custom comparison filter in order to ignore any changes to blocks of type 'simulink/Model-Wide U...

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Log a Subset of Signals using fast restart
Hello, I am trying to log a subset of signals in a model by specifying a DataLoggingOverride in a Simulink.SimulationInput obje...

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Bus input/output in c s-function and rapid accelerator mode
Hello, I am trying to develop an s-function with a bus signal as output. I managed to do that using the sfunction builder. I...

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Buses as inputs/outputs in C MEX S-Functions
Hello, I am trying to develop an s-function with a bus signal as output. I managed to do that using the sfunction builder. I...

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Unable to determine if rapid accelerator target for 'model' started successfully
Hallo, I have a simulink model containing (among other blocks) some s-functions. The model runs fine in 'normal', 'accelerator...

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How can I separate source files and mex files in a simulink s-function library for use with simulink coder?
After struggling for a while I found the answer myself. Apparently I had to properly write a rtwmakecfg.m file and put it in m...

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How can I separate source files and mex files in a simulink s-function library for use with simulink coder?
Hallo, I am trying to create a simulink library which mainly contains some s-function blocks. I would also like to use this ...

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