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MathWorks announces new Simulink version

Posted: 12 Jul 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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The MathWorks announced the immediate availability of Simulink 6, its software for simulation and embedded system development.

According to the company, Simulink 6 brings model-based design to complex projects encompassing large models and multiple design teams and improves the process for design, implementation and verification within and across workgroups.

"With support for larger models, integration of control and signal processing design, and new capabilities for design, implementation, and verification, Simulink 6 represents the most comprehensive platform for model-based design and system simulation," said Jim Tung of The MathWorks.

New features of the software enable faster development cycle times, eliminate manual coding errors, and facilitate innovation and exploration in control, signal processing and communication system development.

With new component-based modeling and unified data-dictionary management capabilities, teams can build and share multiple configurations and subsystems design efficiently within and across organizations. This new capability also provides enhanced performance for engineers integrating, simulating and optimizing large models containing hundreds of thousands of parameters and blocks.

The new version of Simulink also enables engineers to model, simulate, and implement more types of real-time systems and components, including RF electronics for wireless systems, and video and image processing systems. It can also be used in modeling and simulating drivelines for automotive, aerospace and industrial equipment. Additionally, the new version enables Simulink users to write algorithms using a subset of the MATLAB language and automatically generate embeddable C code using MathWorks Real-Time Workshop.

Simulink 6 is available for Windows, Unix/Linux and Macintosh systems. Pricing starts at $2,800.

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