Methods for Interfacing Common Utility Services in Simulink Models Used for Production Code Generation

Jeffrey M. Thate, Robert A. Kagy, Robyn A. Jackey, Roger Theyyunni, Jagadish Gattu
2009 SAE Technical Paper Series   unpublished
Traditionally, code generated from Simulink models has been incorporated into production applications in a manner similar to hand-written code. As the size of the content created in Simulink has grown, so has the desire to do more integration in Simulink. Integrating content from C/C++ calling environments directly into Simulink blocks rather than just calling external legacy code prevents errors and preserves signal flow visibility in the Simulink models.
doi:10.4271/2009-01-0155 fatcat:apmqmivlzvgltlygde2qcm67oy