This version of Stateflow for Logic-Driven System Modeling is for automotive engineers looking to model and simulate event-driven and logic systems. This two-day course offers hands-on automotive examples and exercises that apply basic techniques to realistic problems in the automotive industry. Topics include:
|Day 1 of 2|
|Modeling Flow Charts||
Objective: Implement decision flows with flow charts.
|Modeling State Machines||
Objective: Implement state machines with state transition diagrams.
|Hierarchical State Diagrams||
Objective: Implement hierarchical diagrams to improve the clarity of state machine designs.
|Parallel State Diagrams||
Objective: Implement parallel states to model multiprocessing designs.
|Day 2 of 2|
|Using Events in State Diagrams||
Objective: Use events within a Stateflow diagram to affect chart execution.
|Calling Functions from Stateflow||
Objective: Create functions in a Stateflow chart out of Simulink blocks, MATLAB code, and flow charts.
|Truth Tables and State Transition Tables||
Objective: Create flow charts and state transition diagrams in tabular form.
|Design Considerations in Stateflow||
Objective: Reuse Stateflow designs, constrain chart semantics, and interact with structured Simulink data.
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23 Oct 2017-
24 Oct 2017
|US, Michigan, Novi||English||USD 1,300|
26 Oct 2017-
27 Oct 2017
|Japan, 名古屋市||Japanese||JPY 110,000|
21 Nov 2017-
22 Nov 2017
|Japan, 東京都||Japanese||JPY 110,000|
07 Dec 2017-
08 Dec 2017
|Germany, Leinfelden-Echterdingen (Stuttgart)||German||EUR 1,200|
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